Friends...Brothers...Soldiers All.

eBook (PDF), 356 Pages
(1 Ratings)
Price: $7.50
Packed with more than 60 FULL COLOR photographs, DEA Reports of Investigation and de-classified documents, this book details a record-setting cocaine transportation deal from Colombia to Miami with connections to heroin traders in Afghanistan. It is the story of three real brothers - the youngest a Special Agent in the DEA, the middle one a contractor for the CIA and the eldest the Carrier Air Wing Commander aboard the USS Teddy Roosevelt - and how a series of unrelated events brings them together in the mountains of Pakistan.
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  • By Jared Beasley
    Dec 9, 2009
    All-around great story. The author sets you right next to each of the brothers as you travel through the story. Offers an interesting insider's view into a life many of us only dream about.
  • By Dayle Reed
    Oct 29, 2009
    A great read for those with or without military background. What I found extremely fascinating was the description of the living conditions in the various outposts. I also enjoyed the relationship described between the author and the personnel he was surrounded with in the different locations.
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First Edition (C)
Lulu Publishing, Inc.
September 28, 2011
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