Deployed Flight and Sometimes Eternity

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  • Deployed Flight and Sometimes Eternity
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  • 01 March 2019
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↠´ 036D6A23DBC18F41C867 õ PDF ↠´ Deployed Flight and Sometimes Eternity ó Ronnie Smith 29AAC6975109CD2037CD This book is a collection of poems describing experiences of military missions spanning years of flying in the US Air Force flown to Africa, Antarctica, book Deployed Flight and Sometimes Eternity is a collection of poems describing experiences of military missions spanningyears of flying in the US Air Force flown to Africa, Antarctica, war torn Bosnia, and other places around the world It casts spiritual light onto the graphics of military flying The poems underscore the fact that there is a bright seam to life in not only what we do, which can appear as drudgery, but as a result of the intention one holds in doing the workThe poet takes a , foot PDF ↠´ Deployed Flight and Sometimes Eternity ó Ronnie Smith view of the world, and translates the everyday flights of US Airmen and places them in the all too human landscape He juxtaposes their roles with the plight of every human being, trying to make the world a better place by succeeding at their mission Missions are sometimes dangerous and are planned to the finest detail to cover all contingencies But at the same time, all are filled with potential to escalate into something we never thought about psychologically It is this translation of the surprise of reality that the poet describes and connects through the eyes of the operator, the flier, out in the field, hacking the mission for God and country This book Deployed Flight and Sometimes Eternity is a collection of poems describing experiences of military missions spanning years of flying in the US Air Force flown to Africa, Antarctica, war torn Bosnia, and other places around the world It casts spiritual light onto the graphics of military flying The poems underscore the fact that there is a bright seam to life in not only what we do, which can appear as drudgery, but as a result of the intention one holds in doing the workThe poet takes a , foot view of the world, and translates the everyday flights of US Airmen and places them in the all too human landscape He juxtaposes their roles with the plight of every human being, trying to make the world a better place by succeeding at their mission Missions are sometimes dangerous and are planned to the finest detail to cover all contingencies But at the same time, all are filled with potential to escalate into something we never thought about psychologically It is this translation of the surprise of reality that the poet describes and connects through the eyes of the operator, the flier, out in the field, hacking the mission for God and country

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