Ep. 61 – Iraq and Afghanistan Through the Eyes of the Men and Women That Fought There

October 03, 2018 00:27:29
Ep. 61 – Iraq and Afghanistan Through the Eyes of the Men and Women That Fought There
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Ep. 61 – Iraq and Afghanistan Through the Eyes of the Men and Women That Fought There
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Show Notes

CJ Chivers, award-winning New York Times journalist and best-selling author, joins for this episode to discuss his new book, The Fighters. In it, Chivers seeks to tell the story of America's post-9/11 wars not from a policy or strategy level, but from the perspective of the junior officers, noncommissioned officers, and soldiers who fought them.

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