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eBook Gulf War: Desert Shield and Desert Storm, 1990-1991 (G.I. Series) download ISBN: 1853675334
Author: Anthony Evans
Publisher: Greenhill Books; First edition (February 19, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 72
ePub: 1432 kb
Fb2: 1887 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: History
Subcategory: Military

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This illustrated series presents the uniforms and equipment of the United States Army from the nineteenth century to the present day. Each volume combines detailed and informative captions with over 100 rare and unusual images. These books are a must for anyone interested in American military uniforms and the history of the United States Army. s from all the branches of the . armed forces are illustrated together with the many specialist units that have grown in importance over the last few decades.

A decade ago, the United States armed forces launched its largest offensive operation since the D-Day landings in World War II. The nature of the war was vastly changed; here was a purely desert environment, with sweltering heat during the day and bitter cold at night, making new demands on men and equipment. Indeed, the need for speed during the build-up in Saudi Arabia created shortages of many desert-specific items, resulting in the deployment of troups variously clad and equipped. Many weapons and items of equipment were seeing combat for the first time together with new and sophisticated electronics gear. In this book, G.I.s from all the branches of the US armed forces are illustrated together with the many specialist units that have grown in importance over the last few decades.
Comments: (2)
Kesalard
I should have loved this book but instead I found it wanting. I may not be an expert in everything Army but I do know Air Defense Artillery and in two spots the book has incorrect designations on photo captions, including one of air defenders from our sister unit, C Battery, 2nd Battalion, 1st ADA... NOT "21st ADA" as there is no such animal. Also, some of the info was not correct... Patriot at that time was one type of high-to-medium surface-to-air missile system which was more capable than HAWK but also more vulnerable (because it lacks a 360 degree surveillance capability). Both systems complimented each other. However, HAWK stood down during the Clinton administration with no replacement.

This book does have some good photos. However, given the mistakes I see already I don't think it does this series justice, which is a shame as I've always liked the G.I. books.
Joni_Dep
Lost of facts about the Gulf War, good read.
Fecage
I should have loved this book but instead I found it wanting. I may not be an expert in everything Army but I do know Air Defense Artillery and in two spots the book has incorrect designations on photo captions, including one of air defenders from our sister unit, C Battery, 2nd Battalion, 1st ADA... NOT "21st ADA" as there is no such animal. Also, some of the info was not correct... Patriot at that time was one type of high-to-medium surface-to-air missile system which was more capable than HAWK but also more vulnerable (because it lacks a 360 degree surveillance capability). Both systems complimented each other. However, HAWK stood down during the Clinton administration with no replacement.

This book does have some good photos. However, given the mistakes I see already I don't think it does this series justice, which is a shame as I've always liked the G.I. books.
Garr
Lost of facts about the Gulf War, good read.