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TOO MANY LAWYERS, NOT ENOUGH WARRIORS? Warfare in the post-9/11era has a new face. Enemy combatants may not be in uniform, and could be hiding in villages filled with women and children or posing as dead bodies lying in the street. Soldiers have fractions of time to decide whether or not to employ the use of deadly force, balancing on a knife-edge of life and death. For many soldiers, the real battle begins after the fatalities in-theater when lawyers get involved. Judgment and honor are called into question and hindsight applied to tactical decisions made in the heat of conflict. Iraq War veteran and former police officer David G. Bolgiano examines how the fear of using force in combat has put American fighting forces in unnecessary danger. Calling for a more reasoned approach, Bolgiano insists on adapting current training methodology to address the present threat to American security.
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David G. Bolgiano has deployed to Afghanistan, Qatar and Iraq as a legal advisor to Commander, Special Operations Command Central. He is also a former Army paratrooper and judge advocate. As a civilian, he was a sworn law enforcement officer in Baltimore, a counselor with the law offices of Peter G. Angelos and the Baltimore Orioles, and an adjunct professor of law at the University of Baltimore. A certified tactical pistol instructor, he is the course director of the Rules of Engagement/Rules of Force Tactical Training Seminar. He is a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.Review:
Dave Bolgiano s concern for America s fighting men and women shines through in this heartfelt and timely book. --Sean Naylor, author of Not a Good Day to Die The Untold Story of Operation Anaconda
Every person who purports to support our troops should read Combat Self-Defense: Saving America s Warriors from Risk-Averse Commanders and Their Lawyers. --John C. Hall, FBI supervisory special agent (ret.) and co-author of In Defense of Self and Others
This is a terribly, profoundly important book...the solution to a major problem that confronts America in our battle against terror. --LTC Dave Grossman, United States Army (ret.), author of On Killing and On Combat
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Book Description Little White Wolf Books, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110979182409
Book Description Little White Wolf Books, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0979182409