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Author: Lewis, Damien. Publication year: Language: English. Edition: hbk. Classification: ISBN: It tells the story of a pair of aircraft - with the call sign 'Ugly' - and their four aviators who were at the heart of a series of intense combat missions. Audience: Teen readers. Additional information: p.
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Stock Image. Apache Dawn. Apache Dawn takes the reader with them on a series of unrelenting and brutally intense combat missions, from daring, edge-of-the-seat rescues to dramatic close-air support in the white heat of battle. Bestselling author Damien Lewis has been given unprecedented access to these heroic aircrews and to the men on the ground whose lives they saved. It is an astounding story of bravery, skill and resilience in the face of unbelievable odds.
And it is the story of the Apache itself - the ultimate fighting machine. Veteran war correspondent Lewis Bloody Heroes chronicles the dramatic story of two Apache attack helicopters in Afghanistan in this intense and sobering narrative. Lewis focuses on the four pilots of a single flight identified by its radio call sign, Flight Ugly of the British Army Air Corps's Squadron as they deployed to Afghanistan's remote and rugged Helmand Province for a day tour in the summer of