Joys of War Book Review

Book Review – “Joys of War”

August 18, 2023 Moon Mullins 0

By Christopher (Moon) Mullins. A striking reminder that all the warrior’s kills, destruction, battle, wars, and narrow escapes from death have an end result on the body as well as the mind. This book narrows the vision to focus on […]

Book Review - The Jedburghs by Will Irwin

Book Review – The Jedburghs

July 19, 2023 Guest 0

By How Miller. “The Jedburghs” by Bill Irwin is an illuminating portrayal of the direct predecessors of the U.S. Army Special Forces. Each of us can picture ourselves in the roles depicted, and hope that we would have been as resourceful […]

Book Review SOG Kontum

Book Review: “SOG Kontum” (Vietnam)

June 29, 2023 John Friberg 0

A book published in 2022, SOG Kontum, details the some of the top secret missions that were conducted in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia during the 1968 – 1969 time period. The authors are Joe Parnar and Robert Dumont; with a […]

The CIA war in Kurdistan

Book Review – The CIA War in Kurdistan

March 19, 2023 John Friberg 0

A recent book, The CIA War in Kurdistan, details the activities of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in northern Iraq before and during the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) in early 2003. The main ground effort of OIF would […]

Book Review Brett Werner

Book Review – 1st SSF in Italy 1943

February 2, 2023 Moon Mullins 0

By Christopher (Moon) Mullins. Bret Werner’s book, The First Special Service force at the Winter Line, Italy 1943, details the history and one of the most famous battles of the First Special Service Force at Monte La Difensa in Italy during WWII. […]

Book review - No Moon as Witness by James Stejskal

Book Review – No Moon As Witness

July 15, 2021 John Friberg 0

A recent book by James Stejskal, No Moon as Witness, describes the training and the missions of the Special Operations Executive (SOE) and Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II. The book is a compact and concise history […]