Enter the new secret cyber world of remote-controlled Light Observation Attack Helicopters – LOAH !
High school computer teacher Byron Thistle introduced a few promising students to his Army Reserve research project, teaching them to operate small helicopter camera drones. He could not imagine how quickly the program would turn into a military success. As the secret project moved to armed mini-attack helicopters, the highly skilled teenagers moved along with it - and quietly got out of Army control!
The teacher faced a growing series of problems as he struggled to keep the children’s involvement in the project a secret. But could these kids even understand the difference between a computer game and what was real? The best kept secret in Army’s cyber world was – LOAH’s Children.
|Black and White
|6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)
Marshall Ginevan grew up in southwestern Pennsylvania. He joined the Air Force after high school where he worked in law enforcement After leaving the Air Force, he worked in both federal law enforcement and at a city police department. He is a pilot,owned an aircraft and an aviation company in Texas, and retired from airport management. He taught college classes and has been a writer for over twenty-five years. He is now living back in Pennsylvania.
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