This memoir from one of the most decorated F-16 pilots in U.S. history takes us from combat in the first Gulf War and Kosovo to being scrambled in the skies in the wake of 9/11 to hair-raising action in the Iraq War.
In a book filled with gripping battlefield scenes, the world’s foremost expert on counterinsurgency and guerrilla warfare—and advisor to General David Petraeus in Iraq—provides a fresh perspective on the War on Terror.
From American POWs to imprisoned foreign expatriates to Japanese-Americans forced into internment camps, here are the harrowing stories of six courageous individuals held captive on both sides of the war in the Pacific.
The story of a senior military interrogator’s adrenaline-filled, “outside the wire” pursuit of a notorious Syrian mass murderer—the leader of al-Qaeda in northern Iraq—a killer with the blood of thousands on his hands.
In this unforgettable memoir, Staff Sergeant Sal Giunta—the first living person since the Vietnam War to be awarded the Medal of Honor—chronicles his deployment in Afghanistan in a riveting first-person account of the war.
At the helm of the USS Wahoo, Dudley “Mush” Morton changed the way the sea war was fought in the Pacific. Here, Don Keith charts the innovative tactics and controversial World War II record of the war’s first sub “ace.”
Charlie Company was part of the only division in Vietnam raised, drafted and trained together—an ages-old military tradition that soon ended. Wiest profiles this latter-day “band of brothers” and their trial by fire.
Forced into slave labor by the Japanese Army during the Battle of Singapore, a soldier in the British Army suffers unimaginable cruelty at the hands of his captors and survives three close encounters with death.
This essential guide to the latest and greatest in rifles includes a wealth of info on ballistics, cartridge selection, rifle mechanisms, optics, target zeroing, shooting techniques of the masters, and much more.
The U.S. Marine guide to surviving in close combat features the LINE (linear in-fighting neural-override engagement) system, covering everything from neutralizing attackers to using any part of the body as a weapon.
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