This is Minuteman: Two-Three... Go!: Memoirs of a Helicopter Pilot in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan

This is Minuteman: Two-Three... Go!: Memoirs of a Helicopter Pilot in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan

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“This book is OUTSTANDING! The Author has seen some really exciting times in his life, in addition to some WOW flight hours. I read this in two days, and didn't want it to end. A VERY GREAT READ!” —Mike

Relive six decades of flying helicopters including an extended tour in Vietnam and the mountains of Afghanistan, with a little Iraq, Kuwait, and National Guard thrown in. This is Minuteman: Two, Three… Go! recounts Wayne Chasson’s times, from the early, young, and dumb days to a more seasoned pilot of Huey and other helicopters in three American wars and the National Guard here at home. From the tragic to the ridiculous, it’s all here in refreshing candor and lifelike detail, and told in the voice of the author. Chasson relives it all for us in this gritty and honest memoir—with humility, humor, and gratitude—as he himself is still trying to figure out how he made it through alive.

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    This is Minuteman: Two-Three... Go!: Memoirs of a Helicopter Pilot in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan Reviews

  • Randall Parker

    A good book by a US Army Vietnam pilotI have read many books on the Vietnam War and probably a dozen by pilots who fought in that war. This one further helped fill out my understanding. The emotional ...

  • Don Williams

    A fast mover...My reason for choosing this book was to connect some of the experience of our youngest son that we had not been aware of. Of course we understood the desire of our soldier to shield the...

  • J Leslie Turner

    [email protected] I rarely Wright (can't spell either), a review, even though I read three or four books a week. This one hit a little close to home. I was there at the time you were there. I was M...

  • Ronnie Friedman

    There are many memoirs of combat helicopter pilots from the Vietnam. There are many that are by far better written, better detailed in terms of narrative (i.e. 19 Minutes to Live by Lew Jennings). Thi...

  • Carl Nurick

    Chopper Fever I chose this rating because the technical aspects of flying a helicopter were extremely interesting to me.. Nevertheless, the literary flow of information was sometimes confusing . Conce...

  • Nathanael Keeler

    Privilege to readI was honoured to read of the service of the author. The tale is told with simplicity and grace as much for his family than a random reader like myself. This account is less exciting ...

  • Judith Sentyz

    WHAT A BOOK!I can only say...what a book. Mr. Chassis writes his life story so that people who are not not have been in the Military can understand it. He is humorous. I really enjoy his style of writ...

  • Ray York

    Minuteman two-threeWayne, I enjoyed reading this book very much and your writing style. I found your writing to be very reflective for me as we served during the same time frame, though I did not serv...

  • Kenneth Simmons

    Hell of a Career Good story telling and well written. I have read 4books about Vietnam army pilots and this is the best and I believe the most honest or at least the only one that acknowledges that se...

  • Linda Knight

    I enjoyed the honesty and writing style of this book. This was beyond anything one person should experience, yet too many did. I thank him for his dedication and conviction to his fellow soldiers, his...