The Strong Gray Line
War-time Reflections from the West Point Class of 2004
Cory Wallace (Redaktør) ; Jim Wilson (Innledning) ; Charles Lewis (Innledning) ; B.J. Kraemer (Innledning) ; Bret Walker (Innledning) ; Nicholas Ziemba (Innledning) ; David Strickler (Innledning) ; Travis Marks (Innledning) ; Jordan Garrett (Innledning) ; John Morrow (Innledning)
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In addition to the stirring profiles, thirteen personal essays detail some of the most brutal fighting of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom in addition to the struggles endured by those on the home front. These stories range from visceral observations of combat to a wife's anxious wait for her husband to return home. Holistically, these stories define an emotional spectrum that enables the reader to connect not only with the experience of the Class of 2004, but with every man and woman who served their country in a time of war.
What separates The Strong Gray Line from other war memoirs is the illustration of the endurance of the bond forged at West Point. It is fitting that these exceptional young service members be remembered and revered, not only as examples of selfless and intrepid officership, but also as monuments to the thousands of fellow Americans who served alongside them.
"Hier kannst du nur Krieg fuhren" (Here you can only wage war)
Epilogue: The Long Gray Line Continues
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