Secret Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines with the Elite Warriors of SOG

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NAL Caliber, 2005 - History - 366 pages
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SOG was a secret operations force in Vietnam, the forerunner of today's Delta Force and Navy SEALs. Exceptionally skilled Green Berets, they were the most highly decorated unit in the war. Always outnumbered--often by as much as 100 to 1--SOG commandos matched wits in the most dangerous environments with an unrelenting foe that hunted them with trackers and dogs. Ten entire teams disappeared and another fourteen were annihilated.

In Secret Commandos, John Plaster tells of his own remarkable covert activities in SOG from 1969 to 1971, as well as those of dozens of his comrades, vividly describing these unique warriors who gave everything fighting for their country--and for each other.

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Review: Secret Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines with the Elite Warriors of SOG

User Review  - Rick Buckshnis - Goodreads

Very good book documenting some of the bravest men of the Vietnam war. Tough to read due to the authors style. Could have been a lot easier to read with more chapters or breaks. The current format of paragraph after paragraph made it difficult for me. Read full review

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User Review  - Hans Halberstadt - Goodreads

John Plaster is one of those rare soldier-writers who has helped preserve the history of a small group of guys who did the work of heroes and giants in an entertaining and eloquent way. They did it in ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

John L. Plaster served three one-year tours with SOG, eventually retiring as a major. He is the author of SOG and The Ultimate Sniper.

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