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Simon S Saga For The Sat

Author : Philip Geer
ISBN : 1438081146
Genre : English language
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A "novel" approach to building students' verbal skills. Words to learn in Simon's story are printed in boldface type - a signal to check their definitions and correct usage. Includes critial reading questions and sentence completion questions.

The Code Of The Warrior

Author : Shannon E. French
ISBN : 9781442254916
Genre : History
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This revised and expanded second edition of The Code of the Warrior—a book George R. Lucas has described as "groundbreaking" and "now part of the Military Ethics canon"—takes the reader on a tour of warrior cultures and their values, from the ancient Greeks and Romans to the “barbaric” Vikings and Celts, from chivalric knights to Native American tribesmen, from Chinese warrior monks pursuing enlightenment to Japanese samurai practicing death. This new edition enhances these discussions with analyses of modern-day warriors and examines the ethical dimensions of emerging military technology such as drones, cyber warfare, and bio-enhanced troops. A new chapter also addresses the Islamic warrior code, both in its historic and modern implementations. Drawing these historical traditions up to the present, this book seeks a code for the warriors of today, as they do battle in asymmetric conflicts both remotely and face-to-face against the scourge of global terrorism. This book offers a comprehensive survey of historic and modern warrior cultures for students of military history, philosophy, and ethics.


Author : Julie Kagawa
ISBN : 9780373211395
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In a world in which near-extinct dragons pass as humans to grow their numbers secretly, siblings Ember and Dante Hill prepare for destined positions in the world of Talon only to be hunted by a dragon-slaying soldier.

Deadly Enemy Ryvenbark S Saga 1

Author : Gray Lanter
ISBN : 9788826036724
Genre : Fiction
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Major Logan Ryvenbark is no ordinary soldier of fortune. While he's tough as nails, deadly with all number of weapons and highly skilled in a number of areas of combat, he's also genetically engineered to be a super-soldier. When he and his men take on a contract from the powerful intergalactic CEO Belen Morganthal to scope out the planet Sandeling, a desolate and seemingly uninhabited wasteland of ice and snow, he's knows that it isn't going to be your average guns-for-hire gig – but what he doesn't know is just how perilous the mission is actually going to be. After discovering that the planet is not actually uninhabited, as previously thought, Major Ryvenbark and his mercenaries uncover even more shocking revelations as they continue to uncover the secrets of Sandeling, secrets involving invasions, betrayals, wars, massacres, genocide... and time travel. In Deadly Enemy, you'll be taken on a thrilling Sci-Fi journey in an exciting tale of mystery, suspense, action and technology that will make your head spin with awe. If you're into captivating and enthralling tales of adventure that take place in galaxies and solar systems that are many light years away, Deadly Enemy will not disappoint you.

Combat Search And Rescue In Desert Storm

Author : Darrel D. Whitcomb
ISBN : IND:30000111088864
Genre : Persian Gulf War, 1991
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Budgetary, political, and organizational changes left the USAF unprepared for the combat search and rescue (CSAR) mission going into Desert Storm. Colonel Whitcomb relates his and others2 experiences from CSAR in Southeast Asia and examines the organization that was established to provide CSAR services in the Iraq-Kuwait theater of operations. He traces each incident from beginning to end along with the tactical and sometimes strategic implications. Scores of interviews, e-mails, and published works provide a compendium of lessons learned and recommendations gleaned from those who flew the missions and made the decisions in Iraq.

Leave No Man Behind

Author : George Galdorisi
ISBN : 9781616732257
Genre : History
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Beginning with the birth of combat aircraft in World War I and the early attempts to rescue warriors trapped behind enemy lines, Leave No Man Behind chronicles in depth nearly one hundred years of combat search and rescue (CSAR). All major U.S. combat operations from World War II to the early years of the Iraq War are covered, including previously classified missions and several Medal-of-Honor-winning operations. Authors George Galdorisi and Tom Phillips (both veteran U.S. Navy helicopter pilots) highlight individual acts of heroism while telling the big-picture story of the creation and development of modern CSAR. Although individual missions have their successes and failures, CSAR, as an institution, would seem beyond reproach, an obvious necessity. The organizational history of CSAR, however, is not entirely positive. The armed services, particularly the U.S. Air Force and Navy, have a tendency to cut CSAR at the end of a conflict, leaving no infrastructure prepared for the next time that the brave men and women of our armed forces find themselves behind enemy lines. The final chapter has not yet been written for U.S. combat search and rescue, but in view of the life-saving potential of these forces, an open and forthright review of U.S. military CSAR plans and policies is long overdue. Beyond the exciting stories of heroic victories and heartrending defeats, Leave No Man Behind stimulates debate on this important subject.

Code Name Eagle Force

Author : Joe Michael Riggi
ISBN : 9781598865967
Genre : Fiction
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Code Name: Eagle Force is the story of a young Marine caught in the throes of humanity at its worst. Joe Michael Riggi has taken the power of government at its highest levels to an in your face attitude at the lowest levels of the men and women fighting the battles. This story tells of a covert operations during the Vietnam Era and Code Name: Eagle Force is another version of what may have happened in those times of turmoil. Joe Michael Riggi has captured the essence of those times and created a fast paced novel with many surprises. He is a Vietnam Veteran with his finger on the pulse of a nation. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he grew up with a take no guff from anyone attitude. This book should be read by everyone enjoying the American way of life. Fact or fction you are the judge. Code Name: Eagle Force will raise your eyebrows.

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