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One of the most significant military engagements in the global war against terrorism since 9/11 and the most sustained and vicious engagement ever fought by SEALs, the Battle of Ramadi demonstrates both their code of brotherhood and ability to adapt in an urban battle space, which Couch identifies as the keys to the SEALs' success on the battlefield. The story of PO2 Michael Monsoor, who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his bravery during the battle, is a compelling example of their extraordinary brotherhood. First published in hardcover in 2008, the book is now available in paperback for the first time.
Posted April 15, 2009
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I must say I was disappointed with this book. I expected an account of combat in Ramadi and this book does not deliver on that point. It does detail HOW the fight was done and how the fight was successful and is well written adn researched in this respect.
However if you are looking for a account on the combat I urge you to look eslewhere.
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