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BOYS OF '67: FROM VIETNAM TO IRAQ, THE EXTRAORDINARY STORY OF A FEW GOOD MEN
Author: Jones, C.

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Stackpole Military History Series 2007 Hardback 230mmx 155mm 404 pages 34 b/w photos.

BOYS OF '67: FROM VIETNAM TO IRAQ, THE EXTRAORDINARY STORY OF A FEW GOOD MEN

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This book follows the careers of a group of young second lieutenants from their baptism of fire in Vietnam through the Cold War and to the current insurgency in Iraq. In Vietnam they experienced the Tet Offensive the siege at Khe Sanh and the 1972 Easter Offensive. They went on to serve eyeball-to-eyeball with North Koreans in the DMZ and later they participated in the 1983 invasion of Grenada operations in Beirut and Desert Storm. Some would never make it out of Vietnam alive. Some would be crippled by wounds. All would fight like tigers and one would rise to the very top commanding the Marine Corps they all loved.The features of this book include: a sweeping saga of the United States Marine Corps previously secret battles between Marine generals and Army generals Tommy Franks and Norman Schwarzkopf inside the Pentagon on 9/11 - an intriguing look at the divergent views that swirled in secret inside the Pentagon during the planning of invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq an inside look at the fight for Marines to get new and better tanks one of the Boys becomes the first Marine named Supreme Allied Commander of NATO etc.

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Author Jones, C.
Publisher Stackpole Military History Series
ISBN 9780811733946
Date of Publication 2007
Edition N/A
Binding Hardback
Book Size 230mmx 155mm
Number of pages 404
Images 34 b/w photos
Language English Text
SKU MBN8717

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