Read the first post about the interesting military non-fiction books here
Black Hawk Down: A Story of Modern War
by Mark Bowden
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Taking you into 1993 firefight in Mogadishu, Somalia, this book is my all time favorite. Showing you the courage, tactics, planning needed to undertake a mission, making you feel the loss of brother-in-arms and connecting you to the thoughts of your comrade on death bed in hostile area, this books gives you an overall picture of what happened on that god dammed day.
To add more, we have soldiers, kids, Somalians and women dead, injured and the entire book ends in happy note viz the war prisoner (or hostage) is released and taken back to home.
by Evan Wright
When you are a journalist, in war zone seeing action for the first time among brave, courageous, well trained elite Marines of the first Recon and after seeing a bloody all day engagement, you too are welcomed into the ranks of marines and given a weapon. Imagine how well you would perform and to what extent the book takes you into battle.
All you get to see is, frequent action, madness of the command center on the top, battle hardened men, discipline, fervor, call of duty, blood and and and Corporal Trombley, Captain America (swaggering out of control commander), Sergent Colbert (icy professional)
If you are military fan, ready to read a little about your favorite special forces then Military non-fiction is for you!!
If you are looking for some, kick ass story and can't handle too much gore and such, kindly go to Non-Fiction!!
Have you read any of these books? What do you feel about them? Liked them? Do let me know!! Are there any must read military non-fiction books? Kindly suggest them to me!!
with warm regards