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At a time when the United States debates how deeply to involve itself in Iraq and Syria, Lieutenant Colonel Michael Zacchea, USMC (Ret.), holds a unique vantage point on our still-ongoing war.
Deployed to Iraq in March 2004, his team's mission was to build, train, and lead in combat the first Iraqi army battalion trained by the US military. Zacchea tells a deeply personal and powerful story while shedding light on the dangerous pitfalls of training foreign troops to fight murderous insurgents.
The Ragged Edge is the first American military memoir out of Iraq or Syria that features complex Arab and Kurdish characters and that intimately explores their culture and politics in a dispassionate way. Zacchea's invaluable lessons about Americans working with Arabs and Kurds to fight insurgency and terrorism come precisely when such wartime collaboration is happening more than at any time in US history.
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Saadunfolded his brawny frame and began shouting orders at soldiersand officers alikeQuickly, he realized he was faced with a nearly impossible taskHis Iraqi officer counterparts spoke little EnglishKemp shares the story of U.SIt was hotter now but still fair bynormal standards, only about eighty degrees
He lives in New York CityPlease select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anywayIn contrast, George WThe Ragged Edge is Zacchea's deeply personal and powerful account of hopeful determination, of brotherhood and betrayal, and of cultural ignorance and misunderstandingUnlike other combat Marines in Iraq at the time, he immersed himself in Iraq's culture: learning its languages, eating its foods, observing its traditions?even being inducted into one of its Sunni tribesIn this military memoir and cautionary tale, the author describes the mind-boggling challenge of training a unit comprising rival ethnic and religious groups without any special preparation whatsoeverCynthia marked it as to-read Feb 15, 2017 Colleen SHe has testified before a joint field session of the House and Senate Armed Forces Committee on the Iraqi military All Events + Submit an Event The Ragged Edge: A Marines Account of Leading the Iraqi Army Fifth Battalion Friday, April 28th 2017, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Event Navigation Quail Ridge Books hosts NC State alumnus Ted Kemp for a reading
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