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Posted August 7, 2008
Unfortunately, The Operators fails to live up to expectations, and is not a book that I would recommend to the serious student of special operations. In a book where the pictures are expected to take the lead, several countries had pictures completely unrelated to that nation's special operations units used, such as a temple in India. On the text side, one example of where it falls short is Norway - the country's two top special operations units are not listed rather a LRRP unit that operates in the far north of the country is discussed. All in all, this book shows a lack of detailed research and contributes nothing to the current literature on the world's special operations units.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.