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AH-64 Apache Units of Operations Enduring Freedom & Iraqi Freedom (Combat Aircraft) Paperback – May 8, 2005
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Osprey's Combat series combines the best archival photography available with specially commissioned artworks and first hand accounts, making these books favourites amongst historians, modellers and aviation enthusiasts everywhere.
About the Author
Jonathan Bernstein is a full-time research historian for a major military museum in the US, specialising in the collection of oral histories from servicemen involved in the Vietnam War.
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The book includes information that will be of interest to those who enjoy tales of military aviation and includes photos and drawings of unit marking that are otherwise unavailable. The marking are notably incomplete, showing only one company within a battalion and leaving the others out.
It's interesting to note that several members of my unit who are quoted in the book, profess to have never met the author...and he (the author) fails to footnote or otherwise indicate how he came up with these statements.
It's a good start, but it doesn't even begin to scratch the surface of a great subject that begs to be covered fully.
I really liked the artwork, and hoping they'll follow with other titles on the Blackhawk and Chinook.