Afghan Heat: SAS Operations in Afghanistan

Afghan Heat: SAS Operations in Afghanistan

by Steve Stone
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Afghan Heat: SAS Operations in Afghanistan by Steve Stone

Afghan Heat is a fast paced story of an SAS operative on operations from SAS selection through to a tour on the battlefields of Afghanistan. The book follows individual operations where special forces, aircraft, and the latest surveillance technology are fused together - in order to capture key figures or simply take out an enemy stronghold.

The books account is both gritty and graphical as it follows the SAS, battling at times against overwhelming odds in a hostile country. Fighting a war hardened enemy with years of experience fighting occupying forces. Even these elite soldiers with advanced weaponry and immense fire support at their disposal are put to the ultimate test of skill and courage fighting in the 'Stan.'

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781517202583
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/04/2015
Pages: 118
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Steve Stone is an accomplished illustrator. He has worked on hundreds of book covers, most notable Stephen King’s DARK TOWER series and Terry Brooks’ epic fantasy series SHANNARA. He has produced many commissions in the advertising sector for clients as diverse as General Electric, Sony and Mars.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read several of this genre. The best ones tell the human story and only concentrate on weapon details when relevant to the text. Unfortunately this is not one of the good ones. Ok if you want to know how "nice" a particular weapon is but tells us little about the most important part of the weapon system, the bloke behind the trigger.