The Iraq War: Strategy, Tactics, and Military Lessons
In the spring of 2003, a stunned world watched the armed forces of the United States and Britain conduct a military campaign against Iraq. As a result of this action, the Iraqi regime was dismantled, and much of the conventional wisdom about modern war was irrevocably altered. As U.S. and British forces occupy Basra, Tikrit, and Mosul, the Iraqi nation has slipped into anarchy--and the phrase "shock and awe" has begun to sound more appropriate as a description of the war's aftermath, rather than its opening. Such has been the twisted trail of the Iraq War's dramatic events. But like so many other conflicts, the war ultimately seems to pose more questions than it has solved. This book is the first in-depth analysis of the second war against Saddam Hussein's regime.
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Even as American military personnel are struggling with the aftermath of the Iraq War, the debate continues over why and how we became involved, what happened during the war, and more important ... Read full review