BOOK REVIEW: ‘Dare to Fly’
The Washington Times -

When she was 12, Martha McSally’s father died unexpectedly, telling her on his deathbed, “make me proud.” 

And that, throughout a distinguished career of service to her country, is precisely what she’s done, as she tells us in this well-written, highly-readable personal narrative of overcoming a battery of obstacles to become a genuine American hero.

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