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Author: Sebastian Junger
Over fifteen months, Sebastian Junger followed a single platoon based at remote Afghan outpost. His objective: to convery what soldiers experience - what war actually feels like. In this book he describes things that few civilians will ever go through: the numbing anticipation of battle, the automatic risks soldiers take during combat to prote...  more »
ISBN: 333782
Publication Date: 5/11/2010
Pages: 304
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Publisher: Twelve
Book Type: Paperback
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Sebastian Junger's "War" is a great read. It takes the reader to the front lines, engages them in fire fights and provides insights into what it's really like to serve in combat. Broken down into three books; fear, killing and love, Junger provides psychological, biological and historical research analysis, observations and comments about his own perception of what he has experienced with a platoon of Army soldiers who would risk their own lives for any one of their men.