By Rick Atkinson. An intriguing look at the struggles of modern warfare in Iraq, its similarities with past conflicts and the unique issues facing today's soldiers in a harsh desert environment. Published in 2005. 352 Pages - Softcover.
" A beautifully written and memorable account of combat from the top down and bottom up as the 101st Airborne commanders and front-line grunts battle their way to Baghdad. . . .A must-read." - Tom Brokaw
Publisher: Owl Books Date of Publication: 2005 Number of Pages: 352
Summary of Material:
A look at the strategies, personalities and struggles of waging modern warfare.
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"In the Company of Soldiers: A Chronicle of Combat in Iraq" Book by Rick Atkinson