Linda Rios Bromley
A native Texan, Linda was born in Del Rio. Linda retired from the U. S. Government in 1997, after being employed in various occupations during her 33 years Civil Service career, in which she worked in various locations, including the Laughlin AFB, Charleston Naval Base, USAF HQ Europe, Wiesbaden, Germany, NASA, and the Internal Revenue Service in Houston. She has previously written Flight of the Dragon, detailing the story of Chang-di ‘Robin’ Yeh, a Taiwanese U-2 pilot, and Remembering the Dragon Lady, first-person memoirs of many of the pilots, specialists and family members who supported the early US spy-plane projects.
- Pig Missiles and the CIA Volume 1 : From Havana to Miami and Washington, 1961 Author
- Flight of the Dragon : A Taiwanese U-2 Pilot's Long Journey to Freedom Author
- We Served with Honor : Memoirs Of The Men who Served the 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Wing Author
- Remembering the Dragon Lady : Memoirs of the Men who Experienced the Legend of the U-2 Spy Plane Author