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Loved every page of this book. Haunting, descriptive, and amazing. A great account of what the military go through around the world.Published 14 months ago by Kaitlyn
Very good look at warfare in Afghanistan. The title bears minimal reference to the actual content, but a worthwhile readPublished 18 months ago by cja
Excellent read with the time honored sense of humor of the British Army shinning through!
Any YO should get a copy of this book before leaving RMA Sandhurst.
I bought this on Kindle. The first chapter or two are ok, but after that the paragraphs are in more or less random order. Not good enough, Amazon. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Tom O'Kane
Still reading, and I like it. Quality is good - it was a Kindle purchase. So the content is really all that is subjective.Published on June 5, 2013 by Jacob Summers
Apparently Patrick Hennessey is a bit of a star. An Oxford grad in English, he entered the Royal Army and wound up at Sandhurst, graduating and going off to war, first in Iraq and... Read morePublished on May 16, 2013 by David W. Nicholas
In The Junior Officers Reading Club: Killing Time and Fighting Wars, Patrick Hennessey creates a journey that almost any everyday citizen can follow of the men that lived through... Read morePublished on June 17, 2012 by Holcombe1018
Thoug sometimes uneasy, even more for a non native english reader, I have foud this book illustrative of:
- which are the drives behind an illustrated man becoming a military... Read more
Excellent portrayal of military (officer) life that few these days experience. The book is broken into three main sections:
1) Sandhurst (seemingly inane training... Read more