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This is a great read for those concerned with how we train our Marine Corps officers.
It is well written and easy to read, and the compelling story makes it hard to not read the book in a single sitting.
Amazing book that gives a detailed and personal look at life as a marine corps officer including training and war.
Gives you a sense of what it is like for our military fighting in the Middle East.Published 3 days ago by Nutmegger Ron
This stands as a perfect example of the struggles of leadership and truly depict how "doing the right thing isn't always doing the right thing. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jon Bagley
This book helps explain why some brave people choose to put their self in harm's way for an idea that is bigger than they are. Thank you for your service Marines.Published 25 days ago by Tammy Herpich
I have a hard time reviewing books about combat. Having read what the men in the Pacific went through in WW 2 combat that occurred in Iraq seems a little more clinical. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Will Cline
I read this book along with Generation Kill. The juxtaposition enhanced the experience.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome, Gracious and Humble. To bad the book had to be written but very good that it was. My prayers for the lost, God bless our warriors. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Greg Stallman
Not my war or rank in the Marine Corps but one of the best books written as a first person account of becoming a Marine Officer and of Iraq War Combat.Published 2 months ago by Edward Burke