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Overall, this is a good close examination of recent developments in close air support integration.
You also get their perspective as well as the importance of the techniques that they are using, and in some cases developing for the first time.
If you were thinking about becoming one(as I have) then this book will make you want to do a PAST and give it a try ASAP.
JTAC and TACPs are rarely the center of any book. It was great to read about my Air Force brethren who were boots on the ground. Goons out moons out.Published 6 months ago by Eduardo M Leon
The book provides the USAF TACP perspective on the early parts of Operation Iraqi Freedom and the war in AfghanistanPublished 10 months ago by Markmnk
I wanted to like this book, but I have some problems with it. As a former USAF flyer I'm a big advocate for all things Air Force, and especially the often under... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mark
This should be on every JTAC/FAC/TACP/ALO/BALO/ETAC/ROMAD reading list. It tells some of the backstory of the community and puts the reader in the thick of the war. Read morePublished 13 months ago by charles e heidal
I personally have read over fifty books about our modern military and it`s exploits in Iraq and Afghanistan and I found this one a tough read. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Rosey
This book is written as a university history book and it shows. Very informative history on a little known part of the US Air Forice but it very dry. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good story. Written more like a history story instead of about a specific person or incident. My only issue was the author's statement that the use of "kill boxes" came... Read morePublished 19 months ago by JN
This book has great perspectives and first-hand stories of some of the doctrine and evolution of a noble profession. Read morePublished 20 months ago by JT
Finally a story about my time in the Air Force to share with family and friends. Well I did not serve during this time I was honored to be part of this part of the military.Published 20 months ago by TJ