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Into the Storm: A Study in Command
Into the Storm: A Study in Command by Tom Clancy, Frederick M Franks 0399142363 9780399142369
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Into the Storm: A Study in Command by Tom Clancy, Frederick M Franks

For years, Tom Clancy has explored the military and security issues of our time in his brilliant series of novels. Now he takes readers deep into the operational art of war--as seen through the eyes of some of Americas outstanding military leaders. Based on the story of the greatest American military triumph since World War II--the Gulf War--Into the Storm studies how our leaders forge people, elements, and forces together into a campaign of power and precision.Never before has the art of maneuver warfare been explored so incisively and in such rich, provocative detail. Clancy and General Frederick M. Franks, Jr.--commander of the main force that broke the back of the Republican Guard--take us deep inside the war councils and command posts and up to the front lines. They give us a war that few people really knew--and that television never showed.

Author: Tom Clancy, Frederick M Franks

Language: English

Edition: 1ST

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 531

Publisher: Putnam Adult

Publication Date: 1997-05-19

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ISBN: 0399142363


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