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April 1, at 9: I visited my brother in New Mexico awhile back. My sister in law was away to a family funeral in The quad cities area of Iowa. She got home and laid a book on the table about the Vietnam war.
I asked her where she got it, and she told me her uncle had written it. All my friends are Nam vets, so I read a lot books on the war and I asked her if I could read it while I was visiting.
As I read the book, something seemed very familiar about what I was reading. There was a lot of talk of Stagecoach and Falcons. When I got back to Minnesota I went to one of my best friends and told him about the book.
When I asked him if he had ever heard of LZ Kate he was amazed. He said that was one of the first missions that he was involved in when he got to Nam.
I gave him a copy of the book and after he read it he said that most of the time they flew the missions that they were assigned but really had no idea what was going on. He actually had flown over the LZ Kate after the battle had taken place and had pictures of the site after the AF had arc lighted the place.
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Last week we had some gorgeous days in the 70s and this weekend we got a foot of snow! Hold the Roto-Copter by the paper clip. Throw it like a baseball, as high and far as you can. It will spin to the floor.
You can also stand on a chair or on the stairs and drop it.