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First one is “Rock of the Marne”
Very good book on the second battle of the Marne in WW1. Author did a good job of getting some material that has never been published before. He pulls no punches about who did what and who didn’t do some of the things claimed in history. Pure infantry tactics won this one.
Next one is “Delta Force: A Memoir by the Founder of the U.S. Military’s Most Secretive Special-Operations Unit”
If you have any interest in the history of Delta and how it came to be, this is a must read. Written by it’s founder and first commander. They didn’t call him “Chargin Charlie” for nothing. Takes you all the way up through Operation Eagle Claw, the mission to rescue the hostages in Iran, and the lessons learned from that failure.
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Thanks First Sergeant
I am always looking for books to read.
I have read the 2nd book on your list. Excellent. A little side info most people do not know. Paul Howe, who has a training school in Texas called CSAT and retired Delta, is the son in law of Colonel Beckwith. Paul is a great guy and is legit.
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