U.S. Army Special Forces Guide to Unconventional Warfare: Devices and Techniques for Incendiaries

U.S. Army Special Forces Guide to Unconventional Warfare: Devices and Techniques for IncendiariesUnconventional warfare is a unique and important part of US Special Forces. Aimed at exploiting hostile forces’ economic, psychological, and political vulnerabilities, its tenacious and brutal tactics infiltrate, erode, and exhaust the enemy from many angles. Special Forces personnel spreading subversion deep behind enemy lines must be prepared to navigate and survive bone-chillingly dangerous situations at any moment; knowing how to handle, impr…

The Quiet Professional: Major Richard J. Meadows of the U.S. Army Special Forces (American Warriors Series)

The Quiet Professional: Major Richard J. Meadows of the U.S. Army Special Forces (American Warriors Series)Major Richard J. “Dick” Meadows is renowned in military circles as a key figure in the development of the U.S. Army Special Operations. A highly decorated war veteran of the engagements in Korea and Vietnam, Meadows was instrumental in the founding of the U.S. Delta Force and hostage rescue force. Although he officially retired in 1977, Meadows could never leave the army behind, and he went undercover in the clandestine operations to free America…

U.S. Army Special Forces Vietname 1961-1971

U.S. Army Special Forces Vietname 1961-1971As long ago as 1957, U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers were in the Republic of Vietnam. going about their business of training. advising. ;md assisting members of the Vietnamese Army. Despite the old Army wiuicislll about never volunteering for anything, the Special Forces soldier is. in fan, a double volunteer, having first volunteered for airborne training and then again for Special Forces training. From a very mc”gcr beginning but sustained by…

U.S. Army Special Forces Medical Handbook

U.S. Army Special Forces Medical HandbookAs long ago as 1957, U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers were in the Republic of Vietnam. going about their business of training. advising. ;md assisting members of the Vietnamese Army. Despite the old Army wiuicislll about never volunteering for anything, the Special Forces soldier is. in fan, a double volunteer, having first volunteered for airborne training and then again for Special Forces training. From a very mc”gcr beginning but sustained by…