Amber Smith is the author of Danger Close: My Epic Journey as a Combat Helicopter Pilot in Iraq and Afghanistan, published by Atria Books, an imprint of Simon and Schuster and will be released September 6, 2016.

Smith served in the United States Army as an OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter pilot-in-command and air mission commander in the 101st Airborne Division. She is a combat veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.


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  1. Amber is to be admired for her intelligence, her service in the U.S. Army, her educational achievements, her ability to communicate. In addition, she is beautiful and an example of what the young ladies can aspire to.

  2. A very sharp, quick witted, but serious young, beautiful lady. She definitely is a tremendous role model for women, and all Americans. A real American hero, & hard worker. She will make some lucky young man a lucky husband.

  3. If you aint CAV…

    Thanks for your service. Please rally those politicians up there to save your comrades in the OH-58 community!

  4. Congratulations Amber – was fortunate enough to see you on CNN – you are stunning in appearance, articulate, poised, and your accomplishments in service, career and education are beyond laudable. Thank you for your service.

  5. Watching you on Hannity and being impressed by how intelegent you are, how articulate and insightful. I only wish that more young people would pay more attention to what’s going on in the government and world. They sometimes seem more interested in Beyoncé and J Z than what could really affect them in what actually matters.
    I too am a Vet. I served for 26 years as a USAF Security Forces enlisted member.
    Thanks for your service to our dear country.

  6. You are an inspiration to all women and hopefully you will inspire young girls in their formative years that nothing is impossible and that they do live in the most wonderful strong country contrary to what our administration believes.

  7. Thank you for your service. What an amazing role model you are for young Women everywhere. You are very inspirational.

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