Air power in the War Against ISIS

This professional study provides an in-depth review of Operation Inherent Resolve that ran from August 2014 to early 2019. The author is presenting that first review of the subject that is available to general readers and it is a fascinating, insightful work that reads easily. Very Highly Recommended

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Desert Raids With The SAS, The Wartime Experiences Of Major Anthony Hough, Action, Capture and Escape

An exciting ‘Boys Own’ story of SAS operations in North Africa, capture and internment in an Italian POW camp, escape back to the fight and Town Major in occupied Germany at the end of WWII. The SAS has always been surrounded by mystery by the very nature of its purpose as a covert Special Force. This book lifts the lid on the exciting career of one officer before, during, and after SAS service. Very Highly Recommended

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The Shetland ‘Bus’, Transporting Secret Agents Across The North Sea In WW2

With the German invasion of Norway, Britain faced a serious threat from German naval vessels operating out from and into the North Sea, Atlantic and Arctic waters, but those were not the only threats. The proximity of the Shetland Islands to Norway meant that many Norwegians were able to cross in small fishing boats to escape the Germans, and for secret agents and commando groups to travel from the Shetlands to Norway in fishing boats, submarines and Coastal Forces vessels, The Shetland ‘Bus’ was born. Very Highly Recommended

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