Special Forces Berlin

Author: James Stejskal
ISBN: 1612004458
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In addition, his service in the US Army Special Forces in Berlin during the 1970s and 80s gives him the insight to comment cogently on that portion of US Army Special Forces history that impacted on the doctrine of both urban unconventional ...

Special Forces Berlin

Author: James Stejskal
Publisher: Casemate
ISBN: 9781612004440
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Tells the story of two U.S. Army Special Forces detachments that were stationed far behind the Iron Curtain in West Berlin during the Cold War.

A Great Place To Have A War

Author: Joshua Kurlantzick
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451667868
Size: 15.92 MB
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Kurlantzick shows how the brutal war lasted nearly two decades, killed one-tenth of Laos's total population, and changed the nature of the CIA forever.

The Quiet Professional

Author: Alan Hoe
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813140331
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The Quiet Professional: Major Richard J. Meadows of the U.S. Army Special Forces is the only biography of this exemplary soldier's life. Military historian Alan Hoe offers unique insight into Meadows, having served alongside him in 1960.

Able Archer 83

Author: Nate Jones
Publisher: New Press, The
ISBN: 162097262X
Size: 78.20 MB
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In response, the Soviets began planning for a countdown to a nuclear first strike by NATO on Eastern Europe. And then Able Archer 83, a vast NATO war game exercise that modeled a Soviet attack on NATO allies, ended.

Twilight Warriors

Author: James Kitfield
Publisher: Basic Books
ISBN: 0465096549
Size: 31.28 MB
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The result of fifteen years of reporting, Twilight Warriors is the untold story of the tight-knit brotherhood that changed the way America fights.


Author: Ralph Puckett USA (Ret.)
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 081316933X
Size: 40.52 MB
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After he returned from Korea, Puckett joined the newly established US Army Ranger Department, serving as an instructor and tactical officer, and commanding companies at Fort Benning and in the Ranger Mountain Camp in north Georgia.

Nato S Secret Armies

Author: Ganser Daniele
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135767858
Size: 17.34 MB
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November 1990) and observed that "The story seems straight from the pages of a political thriller." (The Times, November 19, 1990).

Us Army Special Forces Team History And Insignia 1975 To The Present

Author: Gary Perkowski
Publisher: Schiffer Military History
ISBN: 9780764352553
Size: 41.40 MB
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This book chronicles the history, training, and operations of United States Army Special Forces, including never before published photos and insignia that were designed and worn by the men of the United States Army Special Forces.

The Human Factor

Author: Ishmael Jones
Publisher: Encounter Books
ISBN: 159403382X
Size: 24.35 MB
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After spending decades as an agent to the CIA, Jones unravels the blunders and grave mistakes the U.S. has made over the years and makes the case for much-needed intelligence reform.