* Elaborate, colourful, and often comical se art inspired by Sixties and Seventies pop culture, music, cartoons and comics, psychedelia, and politics, as well as sex and booze *Features Hueys, Chioks, and more *Artwork captures a slice of the Vietnam experience and will appeal to Vietnam officianados, modellers, and avaition enthusiaists Carrying on from the bomber artwork of the Second World war, Vietnam War Helicopter Art: U.S. Army Rotor Aircraft shows in full colour the huge range of artwork from the traditional unit markings right the way through to scantily clad women. Author John Brennan brings his experience as a Vietnam veteran of the 114th Assault Helicopter Company to add authority to the contents, including anecdotes such as that of a helicopter called the Strawberry Bitch which had to have the name changed to Strawberry Blonde as it was thought inappropriate to use rude words...
John Brennan, a Vietnam veteran of the 114th Assault Helicopter Company, is also the author of U.S. Army Helicopter Names in Vietnam. He lives in San Lorenzo, California.
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Stackpole Military Photo Series
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black & white illustrations, colour illustrations, black & white halftones, colour illustrations