Reviews by GJBarnett2
Tillman is a well-known and highly-respected author of books on WWII aviation but this was just surprisingly dull.
A specialist's look at the technicalities of the sniper's trade, weapons, ammunition, optics, techniques with a brief review of the history.
Not a "quick read" but an extremely important one, dealing not only with the changing, perhaps willfully diminishing, role of the Court as well as the substance and background of the Roberts Court's decisions, but also with the meta-story of the philosophies and values of the Justices and their interactions.
Not biography of selected generals but rather an inquiry into the Army's system for selection and evaluation of generals. Truly a "general indictment" of a system which rewards management rather than leadership. A must-read for those interested in the back-story of why we have succeeded and, more important, failed to turn short-term military victories into long-term foreign policy success.
Incredible series! Be sure to play the commentary to "Magic Mirror."