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Friendly Fire: Accidents in Battle from Ancient Greece to the Gulf War
Friendly Fire: Accidents in Battle from Ancient Greece to the Gulf War
 
Our Price: $25.00
Year: 1994
Pages: 162
Binding Hardcover
ISBN 850523729

Product Code: 788161202

Description
 
Richard Townshend Bickers. The term ‘Friendly Fire’ is used to describe the accidental shooting of servicemen by their own side. This is a historical survey of some of the most dramatic incidents. It is inevitable that in the heat of battle men become confused & disoriented & such accidents are bound to happen. Sometimes they can be attributed to the incompetence or stupidity of a commander. More often they are simply the result of a breakdown in communications or a change in the weather. In this absorbing book, Bickers uses his own experience as an airman in & after World War II to show how hard it is for a pilot to distinguish friend from foe.

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