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From the Publisher"From tragic to bittersweet, this is the untold story of the wives of our Army warriors—a powerful look for civilians and soldiers alike into the lives of women who each day embrace Duty, Honor, Sacrifice." — W.E.B. Griffin
"I was raised with the book THE ARMY WIFE by Nancy Shea, which gave us pointers on how to be a good one. Tanya Biank is certainly not a Nancy Shea author. She is not telling us what to do, but telling us how it is—or was—at Fort Bragg. Her experience as a reporter has produced a candid and detailed study of her subjects and a riveting story, certain to engage Army wives of all generations. The incidents described and the issues surfaced in Ms. Biank's hard-hitting piece surely will get her readers' attentions and will cause us to say to each other, 'Now, what can we do about it?'"—Joanne Patton, the wife of Major General George S. Patton and the daughter-in-law of General George S. Patton, Jr.
"Tanya Biank has written a stunningly detailed, eye-opening account of what it is really like to be an Army wife. Under the Sabers demonstrates that while it is tough to be a soldier, it can be even tougher to be the wife of a soldier. This is a side of Army life that, until now, has escaped public scrutiny. Under the Sabers should be required reading for every military spouse and all those who are considering marrying into the military."— Ron Martz , Military affairs correspondent, Atlanta Journal-Constitution and co-author of Heavy Metal: A Tank Company's Battle to Baghdad