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On Combat

Author : Dave Grossman
ISBN : 0964920549
Genre : History
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Advertising for this marvelous work states, "a ground-breaking examination of what it takes to perform, cope and survive in the toxicity of deadly combat as a soldier in a foreign land and a police officer in the mean streets of urban America." It really is all that, and more... Outstanding isn't a strong enough word to describe it. If you are a soldier, a police officer, a martial artist, the holder of a concealed weapons permit, or just live in a bad neighborhood you really ought to read this book. Both authors really know what they're talking about, clearly able to articulate hard won wisdom in this well-written and comprehensive tome. Their thought-provoking, insightful work definitively examines every aspect of the psychology and physiology of deadly conflict.

Fields Of Combat

Author : Erin P. Finley
ISBN : 9780801461187
Genre : History
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Understanding PTSD among today's veterans and how it is handled by the military and VA system.

Combat Loaded

Author : Thomas E. Crew
ISBN : 9781603444903
Genre : Tate (Ship)
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The first authoritative history of its kind, Combat Loaded contains gripping combat narratives alongside details of daily life on board amphibious transports in the waning days of World War II. Crew weaves a tapestry of voices from interviews with over fifty veterans, analysis of daily action reports, and letters.

Combat Shooting With Massad Ayoob

Author : Massad Ayoob
ISBN : 9781440218590
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Combat Shooting with Massad Ayoob is written by America's best-known combat pistol shooter, Massad Ayoob, who is credited with the idea of "stress fire." In this book, Massad speaks about mindset and jumps right into the aspects of learning combat shooting. Next, he highlights three gunfighters—Wyatt Earp, Colonel Charles Askins and Jim Cirillo—and the lessons we can learn from each. Lastly, Ayoob shares his perspective on the importance of competition as training before closing with a discussion of the choices involved in being responsibly armed.

Combat With The Self

Author : Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan Ḥurr al-ʻĀmilī
ISBN : 1904063144
Genre : Religion
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Combat with the Self is a compilation of traditions and sayings from the Holy Prophet and his Household (Hadith), classified under various subsections, all broaching the subject of the self, its vices, temptations, strengths and weaknesses. Based on the fact that one's self is one's greatest enemy, the book encompasses universally acknowledged issues of moral and ethical value from honesty and charity to humility and philanthropy. It consists purely of the sayings of the Imams, through which the reader will be left amazed at how congruent the Imams' words are with the message of the Qur'an.

Women In Combat

Author : Lorry M. Fenner
ISBN : 158901832X
Genre : Political Science
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Women have been actively involved the United States military for more than fifty years, but the ban on their participation in combat remains a hotly debated issue. In this provocative book Lorry M. Fenner, an active-duty Air Force intelligence officer, calls for opening all aspects of military service to women. Marie deYoung, a former Army chaplain, argues that keeping women out of combat is in the best interests of both sexes and crucial to the effectiveness of the military as a whole. Fenner bases her argument for inclusion of women on the idea that democracies require all citizens to compete in public endeavor and share in civic obligation. She contends that, historically, reasons for banning women from combat have been culturally biased. She argues that membership in a combat force should be based on capability judged against appropriate standards. Moreover, she maintains that excluding women hampers the diversity and adaptability that by necessity will characterize the armed forces in the twenty-first century. In contrast, deYoung declares that the different physical fitness standards for men and women would, in combat, lower morale for both sexes and put women at risk of casualty. Further, she contends that women have neither the physical or emotional strength to endure the overall brutality of the combat experience. She also asserts that calls for lifting the combat ban are politically motivated and are inconsistent with the principles of American democracy and the mission of national defense. With each author responding to the views of the other, their exchange offers a valuable synthesis of the issues surrounding a longstanding debate among policymakers, military personnel, and scholars of both military history and women’s studies.

Policies And Strategies To Combat Drugs In Europe

Author : Georges Estievenart
ISBN : 0792333365
Genre : Law
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