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The Outpost

An Untold Story of American Valor
Tapper, Jake (Book - 2012 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
The Outpost


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Jake Tapper exposes the origins of one of the Afghan War's deadliest battles for U.S. forces and details the stories of soldiers heroic and doomed, shadowed by the recklessness of their commanders in Washington, D.C. and a war built on constantly shifting sands.
Authors: Tapper, Jake
Title: The outpost
an untold story of American valor
Publisher: New York :, Little, Brown and Co.,, 2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: xi,673 p. :,ill., maps ;,25 cm.
Notes: Maps on lining papers.
Summary: Jake Tapper exposes the origins of one of the Afghan War's deadliest battles for U.S. forces and details the stories of soldiers heroic and doomed, shadowed by the recklessness of their commanders in Washington, D.C. and a war built on constantly shifting sands.
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ISBN: 9780316185394
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I was unable to sink my teeth into this book but it has received so many solid reviews I would like to revisit it someday. I was such a huge fan of The Good Soldiers, Jarhead and The Last Journey and I was expecting the same experience with The Outpost. Outpost read more like a Congressional Report and I found myself stumbling along unable to find the heartstrings that tugged so strongly at me in The Good Soldiers.

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