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Battleground Iraq Audiobook

Battleground Iraq: Journal of a Company Commander

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This gripping journal of a company commander from 2003 to early 2004, written in some of the most dangerous areas of post-Hussein Iraq, discusses tactics, techniques, and procedures as they evolved in the struggle to maintain order and rebuild the country.

The journal tells of the dichotomy of combat operations versus nation building. It vividly captures the stresses of combat and corresponding emotions as they accumulate over time in a combat outfit. It reinforces the ideal of camaraderie among soldiers and deals with the emotional impact of losing friends in battle. Understanding these could prove invaluable to those who courageously serve our nation and will continue to endure them in this and future conflicts.

Todd S. Brown commanded an infantry company in the 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized) during Operation Iraqi Freedom and has served with the 1-508th Airborne Battalion Combat Team in Italy and 2-75th Rangers at Fort Lewis, Washington. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy, where he served as First Captain-the highest ranking cadet. He is currently assigned as an associate professor at the United States Military Academy and has an MBA from Stanford University. He is married, an avid Ironman triathlete, and an Eagle Scout.

©2007 Todd S. Brown (P)2009 Findaway World, LLC

What the Critics Say

"Here is a book that tells it like it was.... In general, what we see on TV or read about the war is written by journalists and is not the first-hand account of the soldiers who are over there. Captain Brown has done a fine job of recounting his participation in Iraq." (Military magazine)

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