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Friendly Fire: Accidents in Battle from Ancient Greece to the Gulf War
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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Traveler’s Self Care Manual: A Self Help Guide to Emergency Medical Treatment for the Traveler
Secret Agenda: One Man’s Fight Against High-Tech Terrorists & Their Biological & Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction
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