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It is too soon to talk about the historical significance of the battle at An-Nasiriyah. But this battle, like most other Marine battles was not won by superior arms, or superior tactics. It was won by these young Marines-who ignored the brutal sandstorm that grounded all allied air and kept their howitzers firing to support the infantrymen of 1/ 2, 2/ 8, and 3/ 2-ultimately helping to defeat the Iraqi Army and the Fedayeen in this decisive battle. This book is their story.
USMC (Ret.), 29th Commandant of the Marine Corps
Charlie Battery reminds us there is no greater love than father and son; no deeper admiration than for a son in combat; and no limit to the tenacity and courage of a United States Marine!
American Military University, Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army (Ret.) and FOX News Channel military analyst
The devotion of father and son to each other, and to the Marine Corps, shines brightly in these pages. It will take its place alongside many other tomes as a chronicle of Marine courage and fortitude under fire.
author, The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and the Rise of American Power