CIA Paramilitary Operations in Tibet includes over 60 color and black and white photographs of the participants in the campaign and the insignia of the organizations involved, along with specially commissioned color artworks illustrating the aircraft employed in the skies above Tibet.
"This heavily illustrated monograph covers the history of CIA's involvement in supporting anti-Chinese rebels in Tibet. The author includes a lot of detail..." ~Intelligencer: Journal of U.S. Intelligence Studies
"Conboy seems to do a good job of balancing his sources, not relying too heavily on any one person’s or group’s perspectives or memories...a useful study of a little-known aspect of American covert operations." ~The Journal of the Air Force Historical Foundation
"Highly recommended." ~AMPS Indianapolis
“Modelers and historians will enjoy this book… Ken Conboy has provided the Asia@War series a concise, well researched and easy to read book to help fill in gaps in the little-known covert wars in Asia.” ~IPMS/USA
"...a very readable book that provides not only a look at the events leading up to the events of the book, but also the men and equipment that were used." ~ModelingMadness.Com