Dreams Of Hope

Dreams Of Hope

by Greg Grossman
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Dreams Of Hope by Greg Grossman

A fifteen month account of a soldier and his team of battle buddies in intense combat in Iraq. The story spans the initial training to the final battles in Sadr City Iraq prior to redeployment in mid 2008. Referred to as the "tip of the spear" in the war on terror and the current situation in the middle east military transition teams are the last hope for Iraq's security situation.

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ISBN-13: 9781434398710
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 08/04/2010
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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Dreams of Hope: A Transition Team's Adventures in the Iraq War 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Comharafdep More than 1 year ago
“Dreams of Hope” is a book worth reading and I highly recommend it. It was written by a soldier who was on the front line, of the front lines. It paints a picture of the complexities faced by soldiers on a modern battlefield, but keeps it in the first person. The Transition Team Mentors were Warriors, Politicians and Teachers who were sent in to fix what others had given up on. This book is not a seat of the pants ride that will leave you exhausted. It is an introduction into the lives of the Transition Teams and those they worked with. It lets you join a team and feel what they felt, the good and the bad. It will leave you amazed at what can be accomplished by our soldiers and their dedication to duty, most often under the worse conditions imaginable and at extreme risk to themselves. The book is easy to read and understand, it was written with heart and feeling. It is worth your time to take this adventure and be part of this team.
MilReviewer More than 1 year ago
A fifteen month account of a soldier and his team of battle buddies in intense combat in Iraq. The story spans the initial training to the final battles in Sadr City Iraq prior to redeployment in mid 2008. Referred to as the "tip of the spear" in the war on terror and the current situation in the middle east military transition teams are the last hope for Iraq's security situation. Sometimes referred to as "March Madness" or "The Battle of Sadr City" The author wonders on occasion if the things he is encountering are all just a really long, bad dream? If so, how does one wake up? Pinching hurts. This must be real.