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Defelice, Jim. Even in the dark, the scrubby vegetation wouldn’t provide much cover, but it was better than nothing. They didn’t seem to have been followed, and as far as BJ could tell the hill was unoccupied. They didn’t seem to have been followed, and as far as BJ could tell the hill was unoccupied as lower than the hill opposite to the northwest, with occasional rock outcroppings and jagged terrain, difficult for the anti-air vehicles to climb. Or at least Dixon assumed. The boy had recovered from his panic, or maybe he was just too tired to do much of anything- he sat on the ground next to his rescuer, knees pulled up in front of his chest.
As Saddam Hussein plans to load a fleet of Scud missiles with chemical weapons and launch them against thousands of innocent civilians. James Ferro is the author of Hogs Going Deep. He lives in New York City. Series: Hogs (Book 4). Mass Market Paperback: 272 pages.
2001) (The fifth book in the Hogs series) A novel by James Ferro. Used availability for James Ferro's Target: Saddam. When they hear that Saddam Hussein is headed for a village right behind enemy lines, the A-10A Warthogs head into enemy territory to take out the Iraqi leader, rescue one of their pilots who is on the ground in the vicinity, and stop the Gulf War with a single operation.
Hogs 05: Target: Saddam. I thought hogs was an excellant book I liked it and it captured my attetion almost immediately It was the first time I ever read a war book I definitely going to read the other books i hope they are just as goodthe book shows how much the a-10 can withstand and what it can do It is action packed and has.
Saddam (Hogs, 5). by James Ferro. Published July 10, 2001 by Berkley Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with
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Book in the Hogs Series). by James Ferro and Jim DeFelice.
The last DO, Major James Mongoose Johnson, had been sent home after being shot down, injured, and rescued.
Hog drivers also carried old-fashioned paper maps, though by now Doberman and A-Bomb had so much experience flying over northern Saudi Arabia and Iraq that they could almost tell where they were by looking at the dunes. The last DO, Major James Mongoose Johnson, had been sent home after being shot down, injured, and rescued. Doberman had never gotten along with him; from his point of view, Johnson tended to be a bit of a prig and was always on his butt for little bullshit things.