Weekend Reading...

 If you haven't read James Tarr's, "Dog Soldiers," you would do yourself a solid in doing so.  Very entertaining and instructive, especially for anyone who doesn't have a really good idea what 'Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain' (MOUT) is about.  The new doctrine label is, "CQB."  I'm old school; the older name covers more of the spectrum of city fighting; at least in my book (no pun intended).

Anyway, get this and read it.  You'll be glad you did.  You can get it on Amazon



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  1. This was an excellent book. Loved being able to visualize exactly where they were...

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    1. Yeah, that, and in the course of everyday travels, going to some of the exact places.... he's a good author, and he hails and lives/lived in SE Michigan.

      If you're around that area, shoot me an email.

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    2. Thanks for the heads up on this book, am reading currently. My guess is the ditch is 696.
      I agree with Joe, interesting to visualize the places

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    3. Yup, and the Slash is, 'The Lodge,' I think....or Woodward. 'The President,' is Coolidge....pretty neat the way he lays it out; natives have a much better chance at deciphering. Tarr's also got a series out called, 'Failure Drill.' VERY good reading!

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