Aerial Reconnaissance During the Cuban Missile Crisis
Ecker & Jack. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, aerial reconnaissance played a significant role in aiding President Kennedy when making firm political moves against the Soviet Union. Extensively researched, this history examines the low-level, supersonic jet missions over Cuba in late 1962 that gathered intelligence for JFK and helped him develop a peaceful solution to avoiding World War III. 320 pages, 6½"x 9½", hardcover.