Launch the Intruders: A Naval Attack Squadron in the Vietnam War, 1972

Launch the Intruders A Naval Attack Squadron in the Vietnam War Carol Reardon chronicles the operations of Attack Squadron the Sunday Punchers and their high risk bombing runs launched off the U S S Saratoga during the famous Linebacker campaigns Based on acc

  • Title: Launch the Intruders: A Naval Attack Squadron in the Vietnam War, 1972
  • Author: Carol Reardon
  • ISBN: 9780700613892
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Carol Reardon chronicles the operations of Attack Squadron 75, the Sunday Punchers, and their high risk bombing runs launched off the U.S.S Saratoga during the famous Linebacker campaigns Based on access to crew members and their families, her book blends military and social history to offer a look at the air war in Southeast Asia.

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  • My uncle, Robert Graustein, was KIA on December 21, 1972. This is the story of his squadron's combat cruise on Yankee Station from May 1972 to Feb 1973. My aunt Duddie is quoted in it. As I was only 2 when he died, this book gave me some idea of what type of man he was. If you're at all interested in understanding men in combat, I recommend this read.


  • Very well-written and -researched account of VA-75's Vietnam deployment during the Linebacker operations. If you're interested in Naval Aviation, the A-6 Intruder, or what it's like to serve aboard a carrier in combat, you'll find this an interesting read.


  • I enjoyed this book. I gave good insite to what a pilot thought during the war, especially the frustration they felt as decisions were made by poloticians and not military people.



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