[Read] ➵ Victory Point By Ed Darack – Writerscompany.co.uk

Victory Point Examines The Story Of Operation Red Wings And Operation Whalers Involving The Marines In Afghanistan In June 2005, The Deaths Of 19 U.S Military Soldiers, The Demise Of Ahmad Shah, And The Impact This Incident Had On The War On Terror.


About the Author: Ed Darack

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10 thoughts on “Victory Point

  1. says:

    A very well written and researched book that tells the why behind the SEAL team that was compromised and killed during the opening phases of Operation Red Wings as well as what the Marine Corps 2d Battalion of the 3d Marine Regiment did to clean up the mess and carry out the operation afterward I highly recommend th


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here One of the great books of American military in Afghanistan It takes the reader through the events leading up to the Navy special forces Seals ambush in the Korangal valley In which Marcus Luttrell s four man team were killed and himself serious


  3. says:

    An excellent well written book After reading Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell I felt that there was something off about what happened in the Hindu Kush, after some research I decided to pick up victory point and I am glad I did.


  4. says:

    I met Ed Darack at a local kayak store, when he was presenting his first book Wind, Water Sun Upon graduation from college, he had taken the credit cards offered in the mail and maxed them out to buy a kayak and gear He then launched at the Colorado delta now mud flats at the top of the Gulf of Mexico and proceeded to kayak to the tip o


  5. says:

    A very good history of the June and July 2005 battles of the SEALS in northeastern Afghanistan.In this series of conflicts, the young local Taliban leader Ahmad Shah led a few dozen fighters and caused dreadful effort and about 25 US deaths in the brutal Hindu Kush mountain range.I wanted to see whether this 2009 coverage wasdetailed and accur


  6. says:

    The author, Ed Darack, was an embedded journalist with my unit during operation red wings This book reads very much like a Tom Clancy novel Just like with any war story, there s a lot of background story required for the audience to understand the context Ed did a great job at covering every element of the battle A key piece of info for those who are


  7. says:

    A typical dispatch from the front with its adrenaline ride of combat action and the luxury of hindsight to critique the friction and fog of war as well as a tutorial on how we fight A good primer for the public on what the USMC is all about and what type of war was is taking place in Afghanistan It s a window as well into the parochial corridors of interser


  8. says:

    I found Victory Point to be an excellent commentary on the value of the US Marines and their methods Though Ed Darack tends to be a bit over complimentary, maybe even gushing with praise, in the early stages, once he describes the details of the marines efforts during Operations Red Wings and Whalers, the reader can appreciate his admiration This is also an import


  9. says:

    Honestly, I think this was one of the worst books I ve read on the War on Terror I use that term to describe both the war in Iraq and the war in Afghanistan The story itself is great and this book does provide some insight into an operation that was very significant but the author s writing style is just terrible Its like a scripted, crappy Disney style plot that is incr


  10. says:

    If you are a Marine Grunt, This Book is For YouI am and appreciated it Big Time No criticism of Marcus Luttrell is evident but if you are a fan and supporter, which I am, of his story, you need to read this book as well for acomplete picture A bit over the ...


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