By Gregory Fontenot
From the author's introduction:
“My objective is a story historical past of the first Infantry department from 1970 in the course of the Operation wilderness hurricane occasion held 4th of July 1991. This tale is an account of the innovative alterations within the overdue chilly warfare. the military that overran Saddam Hussein’s Legions in 4 days used to be the made from vital alterations inspired either by way of social alterations and institutional reform. the first Infantry department mirrored advantages of these alterations, regardless of its low precedence for troops and fabric. The department used to be no longer an elite formation, yet quite excelled within the context of the military as an institution.”
This booklet starts off with a preface through Gordon R. Sullivan, normal, united states, Retired. In twelve chapters, writer Gregory Fontenot explains the heritage of the first infantry department from 1970 to 1991. In doing so, his fast moving narrative contains parts to extend the data of non-military readers. those components contain a thesaurus, a key to abbreviations, maps, approximately dozen pictures, and thorough bibliography.
The First infantry department and the U.S. military remodeled: highway to Victory in desolate tract Storm is released with aid from the 1st department Museum at Cantigny.
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The First Infantry Division and the U.S. Army Transformed: Road to Victory in Desert Storm, 1970-1991 (American Military Experience) by Gregory Fontenot