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Unfortunately, this interesting story is marred by poor writing and research.
I was given this book by a friend, so I looked at it and immediately - sat down, started reading and finished it almost one sitting.
Great story of first hand accounts but written very well by an actual writer and not a Soldier.
If you want to understand why we should not put put brigades of men on the ground in Afghanistan, read this book on how a few special operations Americans mingled with, ate, and... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Al Gowan
I love true stories and this one was fascinating! Learning of the covert activities that were happening prior to our involvement and the help of the locals was very interesting. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Louise Bennett
An epic account of one of history's most impressive military victories. The way that they fought those battles should be the model in which all future wars are fought.Published 13 days ago by Morale ya
Without trying to gush too much, this was a really great read. I am an avid reader of military history and special operations books. Read morePublished 17 days ago by HRSquire17
All should read this book before thinking of returning to Fight a war in a country we don't have a complete understanding.Published 21 days ago by John M Wood
Terrific historical accounting of what happened in the opening days of AfganistanPublished 1 month ago by Steve Goss
An excellent book about members from the Fifth Special Forces Group (a.k.a. Green Berets)who were some of the very first troops into Afghanistan following 9/11. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bryn C. Dunham
This was an unusually good book. It is based on truth which always makes good reading.Published 2 months ago by Barbara Jo Scales