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One Hundred Victories: Special Ops and the Future of American Warfare from PublicAffairs

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She has lived in mud-walled substances in the mountains and deserts of insurgent-dominated areas, and utilizes those experiences to show the gritty reality of the obstacles the SOF face and the consistent danger in which they operate.She experienced special operators befriending villagers to help them protect their homes, and battling off insurgents in the most dangerous safe sanctuaries even as they navigated a continuous series of disputes, crises, and other"meteors"from standard forces, the CIA, and the Pakistanis-- not to mention weak links within their own ranks. It explains the dirty world of armed factions operating along the world's longest contested border, and the mayhem and casualties that result when commanders with competing programs can not solve their differences.

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