military books by servicemembers.

 

MILITARY BOOKS

Paul Corrigan

Home | United States Army | United States Marine Corps | United States Navy | United States Coast Guard | United States Air Force | Subject | Rank | Articles, Stories and Poetry | Contact Us | FAQs | Site Map

Captain Paul Corrigan, USN (ret.) is the author of Last of the Aerial Gunfighters. According to the book description, “A story of air combat in Korea and the experiences of a young fighter pilot and his wife as Ensign John Sullivan flies jets first off the obsolete straight-deck aircraft carriers, and then joins his USAF comrades to engage the Russian pilots in MIG Alley over North Korea. He becomes an Ace with five kills but is shot down over enemy territory on his 100th mission.

 

Last of the Aerial Gunfighters is an epic, earthy story of fighter pilots. The stark reality of living in harm's way make the novel an excellent read for those who want to relive or examine what makes pilots tick. It puts the reader in the cockpit in the early days of jets when pilots still flew the airplane - and not the computer.   A love story is woven around the combat events as lonely separation tempts both John and his wife, Sylvia. On R & R in the Japanese Alps, John meets Sandra, a nurse from Tokyo. Its love at first sight, but Sandra won't sleep with a married man. Later Sandra saves his life after he escapes from North Korea.”


Last of the Aerial Gunfighters
Paul Corrigan  More Info

2006 - 2017 Hi Tech Criminal Justice