Dagger Four Is OK: Brigadier General Norman C. Gaddis POW Memoir

Dagger Four Is OK Brigadier General Norman C Gaddis POW Memoir At the age of eighteen armed with a dream of flying and the desire to serve his country Norman Gaddis enlists in the Army Air Corps in the months following the bombing of Pearl Harbor After twenty f

  • Title: Dagger Four Is OK: Brigadier General Norman C. Gaddis POW Memoir
  • Author: Bill Norris
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • At the age of eighteen, armed with a dream of flying and the desire to serve his country, Norman Gaddis enlists in the Army Air Corps in the months following the bombing of Pearl Harbor After twenty four years of service and seventy two combat missions, he is shot down while in flight in an F 4 Phantom over Hanoi He spends the next 2,124 days as a prisoner of war in theAt the age of eighteen, armed with a dream of flying and the desire to serve his country, Norman Gaddis enlists in the Army Air Corps in the months following the bombing of Pearl Harbor After twenty four years of service and seventy two combat missions, he is shot down while in flight in an F 4 Phantom over Hanoi He spends the next 2,124 days as a prisoner of war in the infamous Hoa Lo Prison, better known as the Hanoi Hilton This true story follows Retired Brigadier General Norman C Gaddis through his journey as he endures a thousand days of solitary confinement, physical and mental torture and nearly six years held captive as a POW Relying on skills gained through his years of training and his love of and faith in both family and country he not only survives, but maintains his sanity and his honor This is a story of strength, integrity and patriotism a tale of a truly great American.

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    1. This is a review that my husband wrote who is also a Viet Nam vet.I thoroughly enjoyed reading another one of Bill Norris’s books. This is the second book that he has written on what happened to the good stand-up people that served our country when many chose to look the other way. These soldiers of Vietnam were shunned during the conflict, spat upon when they returned and forgotten after. Their concerns and issues placed in the lowest echelon of social awareness and government assistance. The [...]

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