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"'I've read In the Company of Heroes and I think it's stunning. It's my objective opinion that Army helicopter pilots, especially Warrant Officer pilots, are some of the best and bravest pilots who ever flew, and this book proves it. In the Company of Heroes is moving, enlightening, fast-paced and exciting. An excellent read'" (Robert Mason, author of Chickenhawk)
The gripping memoir of a Black Hawk pilot shot down in Mogadishu, his capture, torture and fight for survival.See all Product Description
A terribly written and edited book by a remarkable and resourceful man. I do hate to hate this book as the aurthor does come across as a really nice guy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by pat
Excellent read and much more interesting than the Blackhawk down story in as much as this really makes you feel empathy for everyone involved not just the author.Published 13 months ago by duncan
Great to read about Durant's back story and experiences that led him to Mog, his emotions while a PoW and the intricate details of what he went through. Couldn't put it down!Published on 20 Nov. 2012 by Stewie
A fascinating story about the pilot of one of the blackhawks downed in Mogadishu. The book written in the first person doesn't find the author just talking about his experience... Read morePublished on 18 Oct. 2011 by robadin
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. I would recommend it to those who have seen the film.Published on 10 Jan. 2010 by A. K. Burke
This book was a great find, not only does Mike Durant tell about his captivity but he also tells about his military career and a wee bit of history about the nightstalkers. Read morePublished on 13 Jun. 2006 by Avid reader
This is a compelling story about a mission that went terribly wrong, and of the subsequent suffering of one man who came to survive it. Read morePublished on 6 Sept. 2004 by Glynford