Reading Athena's Dance Card: Men Against Fire in Vietnam Hardcover – 1 Nov 2000
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Glenn charts the training and the experience of the US Infantry in Vietnam, drawing on surveys and interviews with members of 1st Cavalry Division, comparing British and Commonwealth nations past experience in building unit cohesion, referencing most of the major works on the subject from John Baynes, `Morale: A Study of Men in Battle', Denis Forman `To Reason Why' and David Hackworth `About Face' to name just three.
Anyone interested in why men fight and the Vietnam War will find much worth noting in this work, and a must for those who are devotees of low level tactics.
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