The time - January 1991. The place - the skies over Baghdad. Around the world, people are glued to their TV screens as, for the first time in history, CNN takes readers live to the battlefield. Blobs of green light -antiaircraft fire - reach into the sky trying to bring down the attacking aircraft. Crosshairs settle on the door of a bunker, soon to be followed by an explosion. In the middle of this battle was the US Air force's F15E "Strike Eagle". This book takes readers with the pilots into the skies over Iraq. Filled with war stories, it is written by a pilot who writes for the non-aviator. It's a story of men at war that enables the reader to relive the Gulf War. William L. Smallwood is the author of Warthog: Flying the A-10 in the Gulf War".