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  • Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Ribbon

    Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Ribbon Asiatic -Pacific Campaign Ribbon

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  • Only the Most Able (HB)

    Only the Most Able (HB) HARDCOVER EDITION Moving Beyond Politics in the Selection of National Security Leaders The nature of the threats facing America today has drastically reduced the margin for error in senior political appointments. In Only the Most Able , Stephen M. Duncan draws on a lifetime of military, public service, executive, and legal experience to critique the political appointment process, focusing on departments that deal with national security - the Department of Defense and the Department

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  • Prisoner of War Medal

    Prisoner of War Medal Prisoner of War Medal - Full size, anodized finish.

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  • Joint Chiefs of Staff Badge

    Miniature Joint Chiefs of Staff Badge Miniature Anodized with Hamilton gold plate so polishing is not required. Due to heightened security concerns, The Marine Shop may request confirmation of active duty status/eligibility for the purchase of this item. To speed up the ordering process, please use your military email address on your order or include it in the Notes section at Checkout.

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  • Counterinsurgency Warfare: Theory & Practice (PB)

    Counterinsurgency Warfare: Theory & Practice (PB) This book provides an analysis of how to countermine insurgency and the elements that might hinder its defeat. Inspired by his military experiences as a French military officer and attaché in China, Greece, Southeast Asia, and Algeria, the author realized the need for a compass in the suppression of insurgency, and he set out to define the laws of counterinsurgency warfare, to deduce from them its principles, and to outline the corresponding strategy and

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  • US Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual

    US Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual PAPERBACK EDITION Forewords by: John A. Nagl, David H. Petraeus, James F. Amos Introduction by: Sarah Sewall Originally released as a government document in December 2006, this manual has been published for anyone who wants to understand how effective counterinsurgency is to the military and voting public. Written by the military as an attempt to redefine itself after the events of 9/11 and the world of terrorism, this book will play a vital role in

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  • FRONT: Tun Tavern with "Birth Place of the Marines Established November 10, 1775"

    Tun Tavern Coin Tun Tavern Coin FRONT: Tun Tavern with "Birth Place of the Marines Established November 10, 1775" REVERSE: Full color USMC emblem Bronze, 1 1/2" diameter

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  • War Comes to Garmser (HB)

    War Comes to Garmser (HB ) 019997375X Thirty Years of Conflict on the Afghan Frontier If you want to understand Afghanistan, writes Carter Malkasian, you need to understand what has happened on the ground, in the villages and countryside that were on the frontline. These small places are the heart of the war. Modeled on the classic Vietnam War book, War Comes to Long An , Malkasian's War Comes to Garmser promises to be a landmark account of the war in Afghanistan. The author, who spent nearly two years in

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  • Devil Dogs Chronicle (HB)

    Devil Dogs Chronicle (HB) HARDCOVER EDITION The 4th Marine Brigade, with roughly 10,000 men, was the only large Marine unit to see major action in World War I. Dubbed "Devil Dogs" by the Germans, the 4th was part of the 2nd Division of the American Expeditionary Forces, nicknamed the "Race Horse Division" for its rapid and devastating pursuit of the enemy. The 4th Brigade fought at Verdun, Soissons, St. Mihiel, Blanc Mont, and the Meuse-Argonne, and its signature victory at Belleau Wood saved Paris from

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  • One Hundred Victories (HB)

    One Hundred Victories (HB) HARDCOVER EDITION Special Ops and the Future of American Warfare In One Hundred Victories , acclaimed military expert Linda Robinson shows how the special operations forces are - after a decade of intensive combat operations - evolving to become the go-to force for operations worldwide. Robinson has spent much of the last two years in Afghanistan studying the evolution of special ops in their largest and longest deployment since Vietnam. She has lived in mud-walled compounds in

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