Life Inside the Dead Man's Curve

Life Inside the Dead Man's Curve

The Chronicles of a Public-Safety Helicopter Pilot

Kevin McDonald, George Galdorisi

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“A warm compassionate story of helicopters in rescue missions” (Igor Sikorsky Jr., aviation historian).
 
Travis County STAR Flight, in Austin, Texas, is recognized as one of the premier public-safety helicopter programs in the United States. Life Inside the Dead Man’s Curve is a firsthand account of the tragedy and triumph witnessed by STAR Flight crews as they respond to a myriad of emergencies, everything from traumatic injuries to rescues―and more. The author, Kevin McDonald, recounts how he turned his passion for flying into an extraordinary career filled with real-life twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. From his early days as a naval aviator, to his twenty years as a STAR Flight pilot, Kevin takes the reader on a powerful, emotional roller coaster ride. Even if you’re not an aviation enthusiast, you need to strap in for this read. This is more than a book about flying helicopters―it’s a book about life, life inside the dead man’s curve.
 
“A delightful, informative homage to a life of flight.” —Kirkus Reviews


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