Fighting Season book.
Fighting Season book.
Graham Lee was an officer in the British Army's spearhead Air Assault Brigade. He has served in Afghanistan, Kenya and Germany, in addition to other assignments around the world. This is his first book. Fighting Season' offers an excellent insight into a war which for those not taking part in it, has simply become part of the background noise of modern life, and the purpose of which can often seem opaque. Captain Lee went to Afghanistan looking for a war, motivated by the same desire to 'see action'that compels so many other young men.
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The 'fighting season' in Afghanistan is that strange annual pattern of the local fighters who re-emerge every year .
The 'fighting season' in Afghanistan is that strange annual pattern of the local fighters who re-emerge every year, apparently undaunted. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
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Fighting Season Tales Of A British Officer In Afghanistan.
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