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The darkest days in American history began when the United States agreed to enter the Vietnamese Civil War. The result of the war would leave Americans with a bitter taste of war for several years. A pilot is making his final approach on the target, he drops his payload and then the plane is hit by a surface to air missile. The plane has been crippled and the pilot realizes he is going down behind …

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