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Hangar 4

Isaac G. Lee

Warwick’s presents
Isaac G. Lee

Hangar 4

Wednesday, April 24, 2024 - 7:30pm PDT

7812 Girard Ave
La Jolla, CA 92037
Hangar 4
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$18.99+tax: One reserved seat and one copy of HANGAR 4, to be picked up at Warwick's the evening of the event

This event is free and open to the public; free seating is subject to available space on a first-come, first-served basis. To ensure seating, reserve one book per person through Warwick’s for everyone in your party.

Warwick's presents Isaac G. Lee as he discusses and signs his new book, Hangar 4Isaac G. Lee grew up in Lubbock, Texas. A graduate of Texas Tech University, he departed for Marine Corps Officer Candidates School in the summer of 1997. His two decades as an officer and aviator resulted in seven overseas deployments, which included four combat tours of duty in the Middle East. The veteran combat aviator served as the Commanding Officer of an operational CH-53E squadron prior to his retirement from the Marine Corps in 2017. Isaac and his family reside in San Diego, California, where he works as an operations executive. When he isn’t volunteering to help his fellow veterans, he spends his free time with loved ones, and enjoys baseball and football. Hangar 4 is his first book. 

Reserved Seating is available when Hangar 4 is pre-ordered from Warwick's through the linked green "Reserve Seats Here" button above. Only books purchased from Warwick's will be signed. Please call the Warwick's Book Dept. (858) 454-0347 for details.

From Officer Candidates School to squadron Commanding Officer, Isaac G. Lee, Lieutenant Colonel USMC (Ret.), reached the finish line at Hangar 4 on MCAS Miramar at the conclusion of seven deployments during his two decades of service. In his memoir, he shares the lessons, the rewards, the losses, and, ultimately, the personal cost. 

Isaac pushed every boundary he encountered as a combat aviator, repeatedly testing his own mettle under harsh wartime conditions. He sets a high standard in Hangar 4 with his candid accounting of a transformative journey that took place while he endeavored to balance life in the squadron, in the cockpit, in war zones, and at home. Combat defines every warfighter, along with episodes of survivor's guilt, emotional numbness, and lingering grief. Personal reckoning occurs in the aftermath of war.

Truth triumphs. Once a Marine, always a Marine.

Hangar 4: A Combat Aviator's Memoir By Isaac G. Lee Cover Image
ISBN: 9798885280792
Availability: Usually Ships From Store in 3-5 Business Days
Published: Acorn Publishing - April 9th, 2024