Whispering Death Tuag Nco Ntsoov : Our Journey with the Hmong in the Secret War for Laos
Whispering Death is a shattering account of an eighteen-year-old aviator from the streets of America to Vietnam, into the Macomb world of a Secret War run by the CIA, fought with clandestine forces, the Hmong hill people, and a vast and varied air armada.
"I highly recommend this book to be read for knowledge of how the Secret War in Laos was fought and why we owe the Hmong so much."
Brigadier General Harry C. Aderholt, USAF, Ret.
"A superb tale of aviation adventure in the combat skies of Southeast Asia woven with extraordinary skill. This is a gripping, personal story from a new perspective. A must-read for fans of military aviation during the Vietnam War era."
Larry Sanborn-Raven FAC-call sign: Sandy
"Whispering Death is one of the most comprehensive and fascinating books ever written about America's most covert war. It embodies the desperate fight for freedom these Americans and Hmong faced together, bound as eternal brothers and sisters. And in the end how an American government left my people to die alone."
Yang Chee, President, Lao-Hmong American Coalition
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September 14, 2004
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