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Retired USN flight engineer with 43 years service. Started writing while in the USN Public Information Office -articles for major media releases and Stars & Stripes and Station paper ( North Islander)Worked as corporate exec up to 2001 then sold corporation and started writing. Action adventure fiction with two series in print as of this date. When not traveling and giving motivational lectures to recovering cancer survivors ( which Addison is ,) he lives with wife in Texas and Mexico. Most avid hobby for available free time is flying space available with the military.
on May 05, 2014 :
As a retired Operations and Intelligence officer with 23 years service in the U.S. Air Force, I can vouch for the authenticity of the flight planning,scheduling, fuel loads and take-off weight described by Mr. Gast. His attention to detail is spot on as well as the agencies and command units involved in this scenario. The situations in his narrative are riveting as well as realistic. I recommend reading this book.
Lt Colonel,USAF (ret)
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on May 01, 2014 :
Very interesting and just what could have happened to the Malaysian 300. I really read almost every word till I finished this book. I enjoyed it very much.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on April 26, 2014 :
So THAT is the way you disable a black box? I must say, if the story is fiction it is right out of the news of the day. Many theories and several professional aeronautical engineers have tried to explain in the news how this airliner might have been hijacked but not as detailed and how as the author has written here. I read one of his other books Interdict and the use of the airborne laser was described in there as well. The reason given for the attack and the upcoming date of May2, will tell if that part of the story is right. I gave it five stars for the intrigue and detail.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on April 23, 2014 :
Amazing detail in the description of events. At this point all the probable answers are guesswork but the author goes into great detail to let the reader know what each of the airplane items of electronics do to make the aircraft stay on course. The story is also interesting in that it is most likely exactly what took place for the flight to be completely missing without a trace .Five stars for sure. I'll want to get the complete novel when it is available
(review of free book)