An epic of contemporary small unit combat… a stinging indictment of our strategy. Eliot Cohen: Supreme Command:
Soldiers, Statesmen, and Leadership in Wartime
Stunning, sobering, and brilliantly written… Every presidential candidate should read it… … a first step to rethinking 13 years of strategic failure.
One of the most intrepid military journalists, West delivers a heart wrenching account of one platoon’s fight … Bill Bennett, host of “Morning in America”
Bing has seen more war than most professional soldiers…… utterly gripping – and utterly different from the sanitized picture.” Max Boot, author of Invisible
Armies: An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare
Bing uses his infantry experience in Vietnam to great advantage…The losses of life and limb are devastating... the frustration of seeing such great sacrifices…to what end?”
Brigadier General Thomas Draude, USMC (Ret)
West has created another masterpiece of war reporting… he was there, mired in the mud and blood with his fellow marines. If you want a firsthand account of small unit, infantry combat this book is it, and few others will ever top it. Colonel Gian Gentile, author of Wrong Turn:
America’s Deadly Embrace of Counterinsurgency
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