|Statement||by Francis Haines.|
|LC Classifications||E99.N5 H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. ℗ ., ix-xi p., 1 ℗ ., 361 p.|
|Number of Pages||361|
|LC Control Number||39017745|
The book gives the history of the Red Eagles squadron from the view of the people working within the squadron. However, it does not give much information about the policy behind this squadron. Even the general who had to close the squadron did not know why it was shut down/5(). Red eagles of the Northwest. (Book, )  Get this from a library! Red eagles of the Northwest. Red Eagles of the Northwest: The Story of Chief Joseph and His People by Francis Haines (, Hardcover). Red eagles of the Northwest; the story of Chief Joseph and his people, by Francis Haines.
Red Eagles tells the story of this squadron from the first tests of MiGs following the Vietnam War when the USAF had been woefully/5(21). An early David Downing before he hit the jackpot with the 'station' series, Red Eagles is a Second World War story about goodish Germans and a US defector to the Soviet Union combing to steal uranium en route to Los Alamos/5(26). This book tells the fascinating story of the Red Eagles, using recently declassified information and firsthand accounts from the pilots who took part in the program. From the mids until the end of the Cold War, the United States Air Force acquired and flew Russian-made MiG jets, eventually creating a secret squadron dedicated to exposing. This book tells the fascinating story of the Red Eagles, using recently declassified information and firsthand accounts from the pilots who took part in the program.4/5(1).
Table of Contents Dedication 6 Acknowledgments 7 Foreword 10 Introduction 12 Part 1 Acquiring "The Assets" 15 Chapter 1 HAVE MiGs, 16 Chapter 2 A Genesis for the Red Eagles, 21 Part 2 Laying the Ground Work 49 Chapter 3 Constant Peg and Tonopah, 50 Chapter 4 The Red Eagles' First Days and the Early MiGs 78 Chapter 5 The "Flogger" Arrives, Chapter 6 Gold . Get this from a library! Red eagles of the Northwest: the story of Chief Joseph and his people. [Francis Haines]. Red Eagle can be encountered in Rebel's Cairn at the conclusion of this quest, which is initiated by reading the book The Legend of Red Eagle. Approaching the coffin at the back of the room will cause Red Eagle to rise up along with four skeletal archers at different points around the room. Praise for The Red Eagles "All sorts of fresh twists lift this thriller above the pack A richly intricate plot, offbeat characters, and surprising locations should satisfy all but the most jaded thrill-seekers." —Kirkus Reviews "Unusual fiction about espionage derring-do." .