by Douglas A. MacGregor
Hardcover, 244 pages, Naval Inst Pr, List Price: $29.95 |
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October 17, 2009 On a single day in Feb. 1991, an American Army squadron defeated an elite Iraqi brigade almost twice as large in what is now regarded as the largest U.S. Army tank battle since World War II. To history buffs, the "Battle of 73 Easting" is legendary. To the man who led the squadron, the battle was a omen of things to come.
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