|Author||: Jean Johnson|
|Release Date||: 2011-07-26|
|ISBN 10||: 9781101529294|
|Pages||: 432 pages|
|Rating||: 4.5/5 from 2 reviews|
Ia is a precog, tormented by visions of the future where her home galaxy has been devastated. To prevent this vision from coming true, Ia enlists in the Terran United Planets military with a plan to become a soldier who will inspire generations for the next three hundred years-a soldier history will call Bloody Mary.
by Jean Johnson
Ia is a precog, tormented by visions of the future where her home galaxy has been devastated. To prevent this vision from coming true, Ia enlists in the Terran United Planets military with a plan to become a soldier who will inspire generations for the next three hundred years-a soldier history will call Bloody Mary.GET BOOK!
by Tom Cotton
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER "An ode to excellence. An inspiring read for every American." --Robert M. Gates An extraordinary journey behind the scenes of Arlington National Cemetery, Senator Tom Cotton's Sacred Duty offers an intimate and inspiring portrait of "The Old Guard," the revered U.S. Army unit whose mission is to honor our country's fallen heroes on the most hallowed ground in America. Cotton was a platoon leader with the storied 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment--The Old Guard--between combatGET BOOK!
by Thomas E. Ricks
Two young combat officers, Majors Cindy Sherman and Bud Lewis, discover the dangerous politics within the military and become embroiled in a deadly game that holds the future of the American military hostage.GET BOOK!
by John K. Singlaub
Long-experienced in the conduct of covert warfare, a founder of the CIA tells the dramatic story of his decades long involvement in the underside of American foreign policyGET BOOK!
by Lt Gen Harbakhsh Singh
Walking tall, literally, and figuratively, Lt Gen Harbakhsh Singh, VrC, was one of the most gallant and outstanding officers of the Indian Army. He was among the first batch of officers commissioned from the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun. His military career of nearly 35 years was acknowledged for his distinguished service of an exceptional order. He commanded the 1st Battalion the Sikh Regiment during operations in J&K in 1947-48; the historic battle of Shelatang was fought under his command; BattleGET BOOK!
by Christopher Pope
The day most soldiers avoid their whole lives, the day has finally come for me. As a new soldier in today's ARMY, I'm not too sure what to expect. I just joined the army in January and stationed with 1-34 AR our of Ft. Riley, Kansas. Arriving in Kansas in June 26, 2003, the first thing I was told was "don't bother packing your bags," from a fellow soldier. A mere few months later, here I sit in a staging base inGET BOOK!
by A. S. Naravane
"This book chronicles the life and times of Major General A.S. Naravane, both in peace and war. He joined the Indian Military Academy, Dehra Dun in 1936 and was commissioned in 1938. He was amongst the first few who were accepted for the Indian Artillery, which, till 1934 was offered exclusively by the British. His early days in the regiment were one of very hard work and training. The profession of arms was a very highly prized occupation and all was doneGET BOOK!
by Boris Sokolov
The author Boris Sokolov offers this first objective and intriguing biography of Marshal Konstantin Konstantinovich Rokossovsky, who is widely considered one of the Red Army's top commanders in the Second World War. Yet even though he brilliantly served the harsh Stalinist system, Rokossovsky himself became a victim of it with his arrest, beatings and imprisonment between 1937 and 1940. The author analyzes all of Rokossovsky's military operations, in both the Russian Civil War and the Second World War, paying particular attention toGET BOOK!
by Joe Drape
Bestselling author Joe Drape reveals the unique pressures and expectations that make a year of Army football so much more than just a tally of wins and losses. The football team at the U.S. Military Academy is not like other college football teams. At other schools, athletes are catered to and coddled at every turn. At West Point, they carry the same arduous load as their fellow cadets, shouldering an Ivy League–caliber education and year-round military training. AfterGET BOOK!
by Andrew Carroll
From the New York Times bestselling author of War Letters and Behind the Lines, Andrew Carroll’s My Fellow Soldiers draws on a rich trove of both little-known and newly uncovered letters and diaries to create a marvelously vivid and moving account of the American experience in World War I, with General John Pershing featured prominently in the foreground. Andrew Carroll’s intimate portrait of General Pershing, who led all of the American troops in Europe during World War I,GET BOOK!
by Linda Granfield
A moving tribute to all the soldiers who have served with the Canadian Forces. A young soldier just returned from Afghanistan has many memories: the beauty of the mountains and wildflowers, the colours of land and sky . . . but also the tragedy that war has brought to that ravaged country and those who fought there. Memories shift to another soldier in the family - great-grandfather's years in the trenches during WWI, and then grandfather's tour of duty during WWII. The youngGET BOOK!
by J. Jones
Excerpt from The Southern Soldier's Duty: A Discourse Delivered by Rev. J. Jones, to the Rome Light Guards, and Miller Rifles in the Presbyterian Church of Rome, on Sabbath Morning, the 26th of May, 1861 Secondly: Be strong in your cause. Be strong ih-under standing the cause you espouse; secure an intelligent com prehension of the wrongs and reasons which have involved us in war, and the rights for which you are contending. Um derstand your cause, and realize that itGET BOOK!
by Department of the Army
A comprehensive guide for the ultimate guardians of American freedom—the U.S. soldier. The Soldier’s Guide applies to every soldier in the Army—active, reserve, and National Guard—in every rank and specialty. It condenses important information from a number of U.S. Army regulations, field manuals, and other publications into one crucial volume. This manual describes the soldier’s role in the Army and the soldier’s obligations. Other subject areas are Army history, training, and professionalGET BOOK!
by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent
When the news of the raid on Osama Bin Laden's compound broke, the SEAL team member that stole the show was a highly trained canine companion. Throughout history, dogs have been key contributors to military units. Dorothy Hinshaw Patent follows man's best friend onto the battlefield, showing readers why dogs are uniquely qualified for the job at hand, how they are trained, how they contribute to missions, and what happens when they retire. With full-color photographs throughout and sidebars featuringGET BOOK!
by Andrew J. Bacevich
A blistering critique of the gulf between America's soldiers and the society that sends them off to war, from the bestselling author of The Limits of Power and Washington Rules The United States has been "at war" in Iraq and Afghanistan for more than a decade. Yet as war has become normalized, a yawning gap has opened between America's soldiers and veterans and the society in whose name they fight. For ordinary citizens, as former secretary of defense Robert GatesGET BOOK!