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Peace Japanese Surrender Historic Newspaper War Declared WWII Historic Newspaper Inside The LRRPs: Rangers in Vietnam

Aug. 15, 1945. The Philadelphia Inquirer, "Peace."

Dec. 8, 1941. St. Louis Star Times, "War Declared."

Vietnam was a different kind of war, calling for a different kind of soldier.

Five Years To Freedom: The True Story of a Vietnam POW Diary of an Airborne Ranger: A LRRP's Year in the Combat Zone All The Way to Berlin: A Paratrooper War In Europe

When Green Beret Lieutenant James N. Rowe was captured in 1963 in Vietnam, his life became more than a matter of staying alive.

Undimmed and unmuddied by the passing of years, Johnson's account is unique in the annals of Vietnam literature. Moreover, it is a timeless testimony to the sacrifice and heroism of the LRRPs who dared to risk it all.

In mid-1943 James Megellas, known as “Maggie” to his fellow paratroopers, joined the 82d Airborne Division, his new “home” for the duration. His first taste of combat was in the rugged mountains outside Naples.

Vietnam Medal of Honor Heroes: Expanded and Revised Edition Recondo: LRRPs in the 101st Airborne The Commandos: The Inside Story of America's Secret Soldiers

More than 100 compelling, true stories of personal heroism and valor– in a special expanded edition honoring courage in the face of war.

Author Larry Chambers vividly describes the guts and courage it took to pass the though volunteer-only training program in Nha Tarng to be part of the 5th Special Forces Recondo School, the hair-raising graduation mission to scout out, locate, and out-guerilla the NVA.

An experienced Pentagon correspondent for Newsweek reveals the excruciating training and dangerous missions of America's elite fighting forces, including the Navy SEALs and Delta Force, following them into battle in Desert Storm.

Inside the Crosshairs: Snipers in Vietnam Foreign and Domestic (A Jake Mahegan Thriller) Living and Breathing: Just Another Day in Vietnam

"The American sniper could be regarded as the greatest all-around rifleman the world has ever known. . . ."

One year ago, Captain Jake Mahegan led a Delta Force team into Afghanistan to capture an American traitor working for the Taliban.

On the 27th of June, 1968, a battle, one of many that preceded and succeeded it, was fought on the eastern fringe of a place called War Zone D, approximately 70 miles north of Saigon.

A Paratrooper's Panoramic View: Training with the 464th Parachute Field Artillery Battalion for Operation Varsity's 'Rhine Jump' with the 17th Airborne Division A Soldier Looks Back Guests of the Ayatollah: The Iran Hostage Crisis: The First Battle in America's War with Militant Islam
A Soldier Looks Back
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At 10:00 AM on March 24, 1945, a literal "sky train" of two and one-half hours in length flew in 226 C-47 and 72 C-46 transport planes carrying 17,122 paratroopers together with 906 gliders being pulled by 610 C-47 tow planes.

Memories and Reflections of a Combat Veteran, from Normandy to Afghanistan

From the best-selling author of Black Hawk Down comes a riveting, definitive chronicle of the Iran hostage crisis, America’s first battle with militant Islam.

The Age of Sacred Terror: Radical Islam's War Against America Six Minutes to Freedom Tough As They Come
Six Minutes to Freedom
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Tough As They Come
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Winner of the 2004 Arthur Ross Book Award from the Council on Foreign Relations

“Kurt Muse handed over his passport at Torrijos International Airport, just as he’d done countless times. Instantly, he sensed that something was wrong.”

Thousands have been wounded in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Five have survived quadruple amputee injuries. This is one soldier's story.

Rescue at Los Baños: The Most Daring Prison Camp Raid of World War II The Battle of Mogadishu: Firsthand Accounts from the Men of Task Force Ranger AIRBORNE: A Guided Tour of An Airborne Task Force (Military Library)

From the bestselling author of Hero Found comes the incredible true story of one of the greatest military rescues of all time, the 1945 World War II prison camp raid at Los Baños in the Philippines—a tale of daring, courage, and heroism that joins the ranks of Ghost Soldiers, Unbroken, and The Boys of Pointe du Hoc.

It started as a mission to capture a Somali warlord. It turned into a disastrous urban firefight and death-defying rescue operation that shocked the world and rattled a great nation.

They are America's front lines--serving proudly in forward areas around the world.

First to Jump: How the Band of Brothers was Aided by the Brave Paratroopers of Pathfinders Company Intelligence in War: The value--and limitations--of what the military can learn about the enemy Band of Brothers (Book)
Band of Brothers (Book)
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Sporting Mohawk haircuts, war paint, and an attitude of brash confidence, they were the best of the best.

A masterly look at the value and limitations of intelligence in the conduct of war from the premier military historian of our time, John Keegan.

An International Bestseller

Special Operations Patrol Vehicles: Afghanistan and Iraq Abandoned in Hell: The Fight For Vietnam's Firebase Kate Horse Soldiers: The Extraordinary Story of a Band of US Soldiers Who Rode to Victory in Afghanistan

The patrol vehicles used by Special Operations Forces in Afghanistan and Iraq.

An astonishing memoir of military courage at a remote outpost during the Vietnam War—includes a foreword by Joseph L. Galloway, New York Times bestselling coauthor of We Were Soldiers Once...and Young.

From the New York Times bestselling author of In Harmâ’s Way comes a true-life story of American soldiers overcoming great odds to achieve a stunning military victory.

Jump Into the Valley of the Shadow: The War Memories of Dwayne Burns Communications Sergeant, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment Gothic Serpent: Black Hawk Down Mogadishu 1993 Rangers Lead the Way: Pointe-du-Hoc D-Day 1944

When Dwayne Burns turned 18 during World War II, he decided that he wanted to fight alongside America’s best. He joined the paratroopers and was assigned to the 508th Regiment of the 82d Airborne Division. Little did he suspect that a year later he'd be soaring in a flak-riddled C–47 over Normandy, part of the very spearhead of the Allied drive to seize back Europe.

The United States had demonstrated its military superiority worldwide with its lightning victory over Iraq in 1991.

In the early hours of D-Day, 1944, a group from the US Army 2nd Rangers Battalion were sent on one of the legendary raids of World War II.