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About the Author
Jonathan Brazee graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and served 30 years in the Marines as a commander of infantry, recon, MSSG, and air delivery units as well as in various staff billets. He served with the 3d CAG as the military liaison to USAID in Iraq in 2006 and retired as a colonel in 2009. He is a life member of the Disabled American Veterans, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association.
ByBill Wileyon 26 August 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
I enjoyed the 3 stories from different points of view of enlisted ranks. I liked the book very much and felt it was well written. Durring the war my son was a medic in the Army doing3 tours in Iraq. His last tour he was with a MITT team. He told me some of his stories & they matched the stories in this books.
ByKindle Customeron 16 September 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
The book was excellent. The author provided a view of the war from three very different on the ground prospectives. I was in AL Anbar province during this time frame and the stories were very accurate in the details as I remember them. A very good read.
ByDavid A. Herringtonon 7 March 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
I'm not a big fan of novels, there's far too many great non-fiction books about combat and especially the GWT out there for me to want to read a novel. I bought this book not knowing it was a trilogy of novels, I remember thinking "who writes a book this big about combat, with no pictures". That being said, I read the last book because it was based loosely on a Marine's experience in Iraq and I actually found it amusing in that the sniper in question has a mild form of autism and another birth defect and should never have been in the Corps in the first place let alone in combat. It's a well written book with only a few misspells or grammar issues which are my pet peeves. If you like novels, this would be a great book for you to read.