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"Masters of Chaos"

 

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Masters of Chaos - The Secret History of the Special Forces.
By Linda Robinson.
Published 2004.

 
Linda Robinson has written a book about Special Forces training and activities over the last 15 years.  The last half of this book is about the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq.  Wrote in 2004 it covers the first few years of both conflicts.  This non-fiction book provides a glimpse of how Special Forces units operate, who the Special Forces operators are, and what type of training they undergo for their demanding missions.  There are chapters on training, Just Cause, Desert Storm, Somalia, the Balkans, Afghanistan, and Iraq.  A good read and an excellent work of non-fiction about Special Forces.

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Online Books Reviews of "Masters of Chaos".

Book review by The Army Historical Foundation.