Company C by John Sack
The Real War in Iraq

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A journalist who accompanied tank company C into battle reports on the Persian Gulf War--including the largest tank battle since World War II--as seen by the troops he came to know well, in an account free from military jargon. 12,500 first printing.

About John Sack

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John Sack lives in southern Oregon. The author of "The Wolf in Winter: A Story of Francis of Assisi, this is his first novel.
Published December 31, 1995 by William Morrow. 241 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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Drawing on what appears to have been open access to his subjects, Sack occasionally comes up with a vivid, memorable vignette, e.g., the tank commander who machine-gunned enemy forces to the strains of Pink Floyd's ""Dogs of War"" and the sullen resistance of eager-to-engage crews to their ultrac...

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Journalist Sack chronicles an American tank company's trial by fire in the Gulf War.

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