It covers everything, detail by detail backed up by reams of stunning photos. Full of first hand accounts and testimony. A true tribute to these incredibly brave men who took part in what was quite literally a series of nerve shattering, secret cross border operations. I have read hundreds of publications on the vietnam war, and have researched this particular subject, and frankly have never read anything like it.
A photo essay companion to John Plaster's 'SOG - the Secret Wars of America's Commandoes in Vietnam'. For a steep price (it is a Paladin import after all), you will have be bestowed with rare photos that survived the destruction of the official ones taken during the Studies and Observation Group's clandestine life during the Vietnam war.
If you want to see pictures of NVA trucks on the Ho Chi Minh trail, or closeups of the James Bond like devices that were tested in the field, this should occupy a spot on your bookshelf.
For anyone intrested in the studies and observation group.This is the book,Plaster has given us mortals a look into the world of soldiers who's bravery will make you miss a breath. A real life tale of heros.