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Illustrated guide to some of America's most feared and capable elite forces
By Doug Dildy
Analyses the combat between the American and Soviet 'Cold War fighters' in a balanced manner, examining how the technical abilities of the aircraft combined with the different levels of training available to opposing pilots and ground crews allowed the F-15s to destroy the Iraqi offensive abilities within weeks of the...
Photographic history of the American-led campaign to free Kuwait from Iraqi occupation. Dramatic images showing the Iraqi, American and British armies in action
By Andy McNab
In January 1991, eight members of the SAS regiment embarked upon a top secret mission that was to infiltrate them deep behind enemy lines. After a fierce fire fight, they were forced to escape and evade on foot to the Syrian border.
Explores the comparative histories and geographies of militarized landscapes. Ranging from the Korean DMZ to nuclear testing sites in the American West, and from Gettysburg to Salisbury Plain, this title focuses on these often secretive, hidden, dangerous and invariably controversial sites that occupy huge swathes of national territories.
From September 1990 to June 1991, the UK deployed 53,462 military personnel in the Gulf War. After the end of the conflict anecdotal reports of various disorders affecting troops who fought in the Gulf began to surface. This mysterious illness was given the name Gulf War SyndromeA" GWS.