Army general Edward M. Flanagan, Jr., had unequaled access to Just Cause's key planners and to official after-action reports. His sixth book, Battle for Panama contains exciting tales of fierce combat, as told by the troops themselves. Its foreword is by Gen. Maxwell R. Thurman, USA (Ret.), who headed the U.S. Southern Command during the battle, and it has been selected by the Association of the U.S. Army for its distinguished AUSA Book Series.The truck had an official vehicle tag on the rear and hung up on the rear of the truck and drive shaft was a parachute canopy. ... at our company CP, wheeling and dealing on the radios, nonstop commo a with the gunship, the attack helicopters, the other FSOa#39;s, ... 2 The PDF vehicles that raced about the airfield and adjacent roads with machine guns blazing and with PDF soldiers in the back of pickupanbsp;...
|Title||:||Battle for Panama|
|Author||:||E. M. Flanagan|
|Publisher||:||Brassey's Incorporated - 1993|