His first nonfiction book, Submarine, captured the reality of life aboard a nuclear warship. Now, the #1 bestselling author of Clear and Present Danger portrays today's military as only army personnel can know it.
With the same compelling, you-are-there immediacy of his acclaimed fiction, Tom Clancy provides detailed descriptions of tanks, helicopters, artillery, and more--the brilliant technology behind the U. S. Army. He captures military life--from the drama of combat to the daily routine--with total accuracy, and reveals the roles and missions that have in recent years distinguished our fighting forces.
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As a former member of the Second Armored Cavalry during the early border patrol years I enjoyed reading about the increased capabilities and successes of a branch of the service... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Arthur J. Weingartner
Very surprised not like any Tom Clancy I've read before. Having served 30 years in Armor or Armored Cav units it was like reading a weapons systems operating manual. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Don
Well researched as all of his books are...great info and it truly shows Tom loved the military and their members...we miss you!Published 5 months ago by JON WATSON
Actually, I couldn't finish this book. It is too uninteresting. It is full of information about bullets and weapons. My brother read it. He thinks it was written for soldiers.Published 9 months ago by Jean in Wisconsin
This is for a Vet who served in the 2/3 ARC will be fun to see what he says after reading the book being he served in all the areas during Desert Storm 15 yr vet !Published 13 months ago by Barb
This is one of the best written books by a non member of the Blackhorse to capture the heart and mind of the Cavalry Soldiers in action and our leaders like Col. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
I bought the book for my grandson, who is interested in almost anything military. He says he is enjoying reading it.Published 24 months ago by M. Jackson
As a NCO Cavalry Scout in the US Army in the 70s and 80s, reviewing the book has brough back many memories to me and can now see where all of the training we did back then was... Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by Gordon
Very good book to be used for technical reference. It is NOT a novel (a la "Hunt For Red October"), so if that is what you are looking for, look elsewhere. Read morePublished on January 25, 2005 by Amazon Customer