Company C: the real war in Iraq

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Morrow, 1995 - History - 241 pages
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John Sack was one of the only journalists to accompany the troops into Iraq--and was the only correspondent on hand during the largest tank battle since World War II. Sack lived with the soldiers of Company C and got to know them well. This is their story--about the war that they experienced--told mercifully free from the jargon that clutters most war coverage.

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As he did in an earlier book and on another war (M, 1967), Sack follows a unit of the U.S. Army from stateside to overseas deployment and into combat. He lets the men of C. Company/2nd. Battalion/34th ... Read full review

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John Sack lives in southern Oregon. The author of "The Wolf in Winter: A Story of Francis of Assisi, this is his first novel.

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