First Blue details the epic journey of an unassuming man whose strong character and desire to fly launched him into a life of drama, heroism, and accomplishment unique in his field.
A rare account of the Blue Angels in the late 1940s. Readers will experience the stress of practice and the exhilaration of air shows as Armstrong takes them inside Dusty’s cockpit during the era when the Blues first found fame, perfecting their trademark formations and maneuvers.
Leading the Angels is Johnny Magda's story pieced together from a collection of his letters, magazine articles, interviews, internet recollections, and his pilot log book.
This book profiles Harley Hall, a commander of the famed Blue Angels and last American pilot shot down before the Vietnam War cease fire;
STORIES OF SURVIVAL AND SPIRITUAL REBIRTH...By the Grace of God, chronicles the life experiences of the author which on several occasions, could have resulted in his death.
Boss Denny Wisely, former Flight Leader of the Blue Angels and the first to shoot down two enemy airplanes during three Vietnam combat deployments aboard USS Kitty Hawk.
The Navy combat pilot and Blue Angel describes the challenges and dangers faced during his career, and explains how his Christian faith offers him far more fulfillment.
From the Prairie to the Pacific is the story of one man's journey from rural North Dakota to the cockpits of U.S. Navy jet fighters and ultimately Captain of a flagship aircraft carrier.
A rare behind-the-scenes look at duty with the Navy’s precision flying team, the Blue Angels, with a generous amount of color photographs to support the text. Written from a revealing insider’s perspective.
A comprehensive written and photo history of the first 60 years of the Blue Angels.
This first-ever book explores the history, development and evolution of the United States Navy Blue Angels flight helmets, from the team's inception in 1946 to present day. Book by Jeff Guidry.
The inaugural volume of Blue Angels Decades - Volume One - covers the Team from its inception in 1946 through the 1955 season.
For years, photographer Laura Bogan has been chronicling the Blues as they return to Pensacola, the team's beautiful seaside home on Florida's Gulf Coast. Through moments both triumphant and poignant, Bogan has captured stunning scenes that, until now, have only been enjoyed by those lucky enough to be there. This is Homecomings.