Year of publication: 2005
Sequence of author: Study in command(№2)
Every Man a Tiger: The Gulf War Air Campaign
Nonfiction, Biographies and Memoirs
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Tom Clancy, Chuck Horner Every Man a Tiger: The Gulf War Air Campaign DEDICATION Normally, a book like this would be dedicated to those who paid the ultimate price in the desert; but here a different view is in order. Those of us who deployed were proud to be there; it was an honor to be allowed to participate in the effort to free Kuwait. At the same time, we felt gratitude for the troops who didn’t deploy and were supporting us with spare parts and doing the other things that needed to be done back home or at their bases overseas. We were also extremely grateful to the reservists who were activated to man our home bases — guarding the gate, or working in the hospitals, or taking care of our families. Most of all, we felt a deep sense of gratitude to the people who supported us so vigorously with mail, cookies, and encouragement. They didn’t fully understand why we were in the desert; they sure were concerned about a war and its attendant casualties;...