The chronology of a U.S. Army mechanized infantry battalion's experiences at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California....
|Title||:||Dragons At War: 2-34 Infantry in the Mojave|
|Number of Pages||:||338 Pages|
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Dragons At War: 2-34 Infantry in the Mojave Reviews
A matter-of-fact record of an Army unit's training experience at the National Training Center in the Mojave Desert in the mid-80s; the experience was so stressful it's tiring just to read about. A very enlightening read for anyone who thinks ground combat or the life of a soldier is simple or easy.
Old school description of tactical actions at the National Training Center in the 1980s. Still a good primer for understanding battalion level operations. Clearly describes keys to succeed and fail at NTC with implications on how to fight in a hybrid environment.
An interesting insight into one of the more advanced forms of training that the US Army puts its units through. The author also puts a personal spin on the various unit leaders within the battalion.