Review of the Book by Igor Sikorsky
Life Inside the Dead Man’s Curve – The Chronicles of a Public Safety Helicopter Pilot by Kevin McDonald
Review of the Book by Igor Sikorsky:
After reading Life Inside the Dead Man’s Curve, Igor Sikorsky, noted aviation historian and son of the man who invented the helicopter, had this to say:
“Kevin’s work is a warm, compassionate story of helicopters in rescue missions. I only wish my father could have read it, as it brought Father’s passion for the helicopter as an instrument for saving lives into reality. The author spent thirty-five years and logged more than eleven thousand hours of flight time as a naval aviator and public-safety helicopter pilot. Kevin’s is an admirable story of a life well lived.”
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