Arguably the most profound fifty years of American history came in the twentieth century with involvement in both World Wars, Korea and Vietnam.

The Taylors were caught in this period with three generations being sent to war, starting with Jeff flying over Western France where he commands an ambitious assassination mission. Unfortunately, it is a mission that is doomed to fail.

Returning home, Jeff marries and has a son, Robert. Jeff is assigned to flight training, where Robert grows up. Robert demonstrates a natural ability, best shown when he serves in the “island hopping” campaign across the Pacific. Unfortunately, Robert also has to deal with the threat of treason following the internment of his wife and child.

Robert’s Son, Glen, demonstrates a remarkable level-headed approach to anything he does and follows his father’s footsteps into the US Navy. In 1968, Glen is shot down over Vietnam. Captured, he is imprisoned by the Vietnamese where fate sees him share incarceration with an old foe.

Eventually, returning home, Glen becomes a test pilot, where he meets and falls in love with an English adjutant. Love blossoms, and a surprising link is revealed one evening. However, tragedy strikes, leaving their future together in doubt.
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