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Provides the recollections and experiences by members of elite fighting units in the United States Armed Forces serving in Iraq.
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Journalist DiMarco has assembled 18 Iraq war testimonies of soldiers ranging from a West Point-educated tanker who was early into Baghdad to truck drivers who have been targets for improvised explosive devices. Those interviewed include a high proportion of highly intelligent people, whose essential work, which often involved dealing directly with Iraqi culture, is seldom publicized, and they exemplify a panoply of those returning from Iraq--career military, disgruntled and life-disrupted recalled reservists, victims of broken marriages and of contamination by depleted uranium particles, and male and female enlistees who have finally filled their military contracts and are home, they hope, to stay. DiMarco's respect for his interviewees and sidebars on weapons and tactics (some rather chilling and even appalling) further distinguish this addition to Iraq war literature. Roland Green
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Book Description Citadel, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110806528141
Book Description Citadel, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0806528141