Operation Enduring Freedom: America Fights Back

Operation Enduring Freedom: America Fights Back

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The Barnes & Noble Review
Greg Harvey's hugely impressed with the latest incarnation of Excel, and his excitement is contagious. With his help, and Excel's new interface, you can get "into the flow" with Excel, making it as natural to you as any other tool you own.

Addressing a pet peeve of ours, Harvey offers a full "mini-book" on spreadsheet design --

Overview

The Barnes & Noble Review
Greg Harvey's hugely impressed with the latest incarnation of Excel, and his excitement is contagious. With his help, and Excel's new interface, you can get "into the flow" with Excel, making it as natural to you as any other tool you own.

Addressing a pet peeve of ours, Harvey offers a full "mini-book" on spreadsheet design -- including a chapter on safely editing workbooks others have created. There's a mini-book on Excel's most important formulas and functions, and another that takes you inside Excel 2007's completely revamped charting tools.

Harvey doesn't just cover Excel 2007's "how to" -- he tells you the "so what," too. And, while all the basics are covered well, he knows you want to do much more with Excel: You want to transform data into knowledge, and collaborate towards smarter decisions. Features like these represent fully one-third of this extremely useful and friendly book. Bill Camarda, from the February 2007 Read Only

Product Details

Release Date:
08/20/2002
UPC:
0012236129448
Original Release:
2002
Rating:
NR
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Sound:
[Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
1:05:00
Sales rank:
83,296

Special Features

Closed Caption; Full screen version; 2.0 Dolby Surround; Interactive menus; Scene index; Digitally mastered; English closed captioning

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction by Donald H. Rumsfeld [1:16]
2. Main Title/"God Bless the U.S.A." [1:22]
3. A City of Peace - A Call to Arms [3:51]
4. History of Conflict [3:51]
5. Attacks on America [2:46]
6. Bin Laden, al-Qaida, the Taliban [3:41]
7. Building the Coalition [2:58]
8. Operation Enduring Freedom [2:59]
9. The North Alliance [3:31]
10. The Campaign at Ramadan [3:53]
11. Prison Revolt [3:14]
12. Humanitarian Relief [3:17]
13. Kandahar's Return to Life [3:04]
14. The Caves of Tora Bora [4:49]
15. Hamid Karzai [:34]
16. The War at Home [1:41]
17. Operation Anaconda [8:36]
18. Honoring Our Soldiers [1:34]
19. A Plea for Help [5:27]
20. The Task Ahead/Credits [3:19]

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Operation Enduring Freedom: America Fights Back 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Rather than ''examining'' anything (which other reviews claim it does), this ''documentary'' is simply a short, boring, hour-long collage of pictures and soundbites of US military actions in Afghanistan since 9/11 -- likely from the US government's point of view (the movie was produced with the cooperation of the Department of Defense). There is no coherent message, no overall theme, and terrible editing as well (witness the opening lines by Donald Rumsfeld). In documentaries, I expect to gain insights into a particular situation, time, or place; this film provides neither new information about terrorism or Afghanistan and its people, nor a thoughtful critique of what US military action was or meant there. Highly, highly disappointing.