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Doc ê Ground Truth ☆ 3 Para Return to Afghanistan ✓ Feedmarkformulate ´ ❮Reading❯ ➽ Ground Truth: 3 Para Return to Afghanistan Author Patrick Bishop – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk Afghanistan 2008 After their eighteen month epic tour of Helmand Province the troopAfghanistan 2008 After their eighteen month epic tour of Helmand Province the troops of 3 Para are back This time the weight of experience weighs heavily on their shouldersIn April 2006 the elite 3 Para Battle Group was despatched to Helmand Province Afghanistan on a tour that has become a legend All that summer the Paras were subjected to relentless Taliban attacks in one of the most gruelling campaigns fought by British troops in modern timesTwo years later the Paras are back in the pounding heat of the Afghanistan front lines The conflict has changed The enemy has been forced to adopt new weaponry and tactics But how much progress are we really making in the war against the insurgents? And is there an end in sight?In this searing account of 3 Para’s return bestselling author Patrick Bishop combines gripping first person accounts of front line action with an unflinching look at the hard realities of our involvement in Afghanistan Writing from a position of exclusive access alongside the Paras he reveals the ‘ground truth’ of the mission our soldiers have been given It’s a sombre picture But shining out from it are stories of courage comradeship and humour as well as a gripping account of an epic humanitarian operation through Taliban infested country to deliver a vitally needed turbine to the Kajaki DamFrank action packed and absorbing ‘Ground Truth’ is a timely and important book that will set the agenda for discussion of the Afghan conflict for years to come In depth and straight to the point telling of the heroism of our troops during close combat in Afghanistan from 2006

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Afghanistan 2008 After their eighteen month epic tour of Helmand Province the troops of 3 Para are back This time the weight of experience weighs heavily on their shouldersIn April 2006 the elite 3 Para Battle Group was despatched to Helmand Province Afghanistan on a tour that has become a legend All that summer the Paras were subjected to relentless Taliban attacks in one of the most gruelling campaigns fought by British troops in modern timesTwo years later the Paras are back in the pounding heat of the Afghanistan front lines The conflict has changed The enemy has been forced to adopt new weaponry and tactics But how much progress are we really making in the war against the insurgents? And is there an end in sight?In this searing account of 3 Para’s return bestselling author Patrick Bishop combines gripping first person accounts of front line action with an unflinching look at the hard realities of our involvement in Afghanistan Writing from a position of exclusive access alongside the Paras he reveals the ‘ground truth’ of the mission our soldiers have been given It’s a sombre picture But shining out from it are stories of courage comradeship and humour as well as a gripping account of an epic humanitarian operation through Taliban infested country to deliver a vitally needed turbine to the Kajaki DamFrank action packed and absorbing ‘Ground Truth’ is a timely and important book that will set the agenda for discussion of the Afghan conflict for years to come Patrick Bishop returns to Afghanistan with 3 Para to report on their recent tour of duty His first book read like the plot of ZULU with the Toms surrounded on all sides and taking incoming fire This time they get out and about on a wide range of missions; including the Kajaki Dam Convoy The stories will continue to interest readers and the differences in direction between the two tours are an interesting commentary on the distant world of politics and strategy I was pleased to see a chapter on the Taliban The realities of counter insurgency are well explained by thoughtful officers and suaddies The book is upbeat without being gung ho

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Ground Truth 3 Para Return to AfghanistanAfghanistan 2008 After their eighteen month epic tour of Helmand Province the troops of 3 Para are back This time the weight of experience weighs heavily on their shouldersIn April 2006 the elite 3 Para Battle Group was despatched to Helmand Province Afghanistan on a tour that has become a legend All that summer the Paras were subjected to relentless Taliban attacks in one of the most gruelling campaigns fought by British troops in modern timesTwo years later the Paras are back in the pounding heat of the Afghanistan front lines The conflict has changed The enemy has been forced to adopt new weaponry and tactics But how much progress are we really making in the war against the insurgents? And is there an end in sight?In this searing account of 3 Para’s return bestselling author Patrick Bishop combines gripping first person accounts of front line action with an unflinching look at the hard realities of our involvement in Afghanistan Writing from a position of exclusive access alongside the Paras he reveals the ‘ground truth’ of the mission our soldiers have been given It’s a sombre picture But shining out from it are stories of courage comradeship and humour as well as a gripping account of an epic humanitarian operation through Taliban infested country to deliver a vitally needed turbine to the Kajaki DamFrank action packed and absorbing ‘Ground Truth’ is a timely and important book that will set the agenda for discussion of the Afghan conflict for years to come After reading his other book 3 para on kindle i was looking forward to reading this the book started off ok when he's talking about the troops from the 1st book but as the book goes along Patrick seems to move away from the 3 para activities & instead talks at lengh about the history of loads of stuff i was hoping for stories of what 3 para where doing & following their missions but i was finding most of the chapters where about the Afghan problems or history or something like that then a little bit about what the missions were like eg getting the tubine mission for me it would of been a better read to here of how they done it but instead i had to read about the turbine it self Beware folks the kindle version is not the same as the printed book i had no photo's & only one blurred map in my kindle version After complaining to the publisher they said they could not put maps or pictures in due to restrictions WHY are kindle readers treaded different? They also said they cant update my book due to DRM Patricks other book was much much better than this book folks Let down by the content