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« Trả lời #200 vào lúc: 22 Tháng Sáu, 2009, 05:20:02 AM »

The History of Sniping and Sharpshooting
USAR (Ret.) Major John L. Plaster



Thirty-six months in combat. Twenty-four years as a sniping instructor. Twenty years of exhaustive research, including decades spent seeking out hundreds of historic volumes long out of print, test-firing historic firearms, walking Revolutionary and Civil War battlefields with a laser rangefinder, and visiting military museums in the United States and Europe. Only Major John Plaster, author of the highly acclaimed The Ultimate Sniper, has the background and knowledge to bring you this authoritative history of sniping and sharpshootingthe first such book from a combat riflemans unique perspective. In The History of Sniping and Sharpshooting, John Plaster has assembled the most comprehensive combat history ever published on the subject. It begins in the 15th century with the first use of precision musket fire in Europe and continues into the 21st century with the significant role sniping is playing in Iraq and Afghanistan and the global War on Terror. Detailing major engagements and minor skirmishes over five centuries of warfare, Plaster has unearthed hundreds of incidents where calculated precision rifle fire has changed the course of battlesand, sometimes, of history. He fittingly addresses well-known sharpshooters and snipersHiram Berdan, Vasili Zaitsev, Carlos Hathcockbut also pays tribute to forgotten riflemen such as John Burns, Benjamin Forsyth, and Arthur Wermuth, to name but a few. He also explains how the evolution of firearms and optical technology has intertwined with sniping on the battlefield and how it has influenced tactics, organization, and capabilitiesa subject that has never before been addressed adequately. What sets The History of Sniping and Sharpshooting apart from other books on sniping are the authors unique knowledge of combat and long-range shooting, the sheer volume of his research, and his determination to ensure that the snipers role in battle be recognized and appreciated.

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Quyển này rất hay! Trình bày lịch sử bắn tỉa từ thế kỷ 15 đến nay. Phần liên quan đến Việt Nam có nhiều chi tiết và hình ảnh giá trị, chẳng hạn cho biết Mỹ công nhận thiếu tướng William R. Bond, lữ đoàn trưởng lữ 199 bộ binh, tử trận do bị bắn tỉa. Tướng Bond từng là một sĩ quan chỉ huy rất có triển vọng, thuộc thành phần "nòng cốt", chuẩn bị cho làm lãnh đạo trong tương lai. Quân đội Mỹ vô cùng thương tiếc ông.  Cry

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« Trả lời #201 vào lúc: 22 Tháng Sáu, 2009, 05:34:16 AM »

The War in Laos 1960-75 (Men-at-Arms)
Kenneth Conboy



   
As World War II drew to a close, the Imperial Japanese military seized control of Laos, a French protectorate, and encouraged nationalist movements to forestall the revival of French power in the region. Despite these efforts the French re-entered Indochina and methodically retook the protectorate. By 1957, the government of Laos and the core of the Communist Laotian forces, known as the Pathet Lao, entered an uneasy truce, which plunged the country into 15 years of war. This text explores the resulting war, providing a summary of events and profiling the Laotian government forces, the government Allied forces and the Communist forces.

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« Trả lời #202 vào lúc: 27 Tháng Sáu, 2009, 07:50:53 AM »

HAy wa1...BÁc Altus cho e pasword giải nén cuốn The History of Sniping and Sharpshooting với...Thanks...
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« Trả lời #203 vào lúc: 27 Tháng Sáu, 2009, 06:24:08 PM »

Xin lỗi, cứ nghĩ cái này bỏ pass rồi. Pass là gigapedia.
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« Trả lời #204 vào lúc: 06 Tháng Bảy, 2009, 09:16:12 PM »

The Spy Who Loved Us: The Vietnam War and Pham Xuan An's Dangerous Game
Thomas A. Bass


   
Pham Xuan An was a brilliant journalist and an even better spy. A friend to all the legendary reporters who covered the Vietnam War, he was an invaluable source of news and a font of wisdom on all things Vietnamese. At the same time, he was a masterful double agent. An inspired shape-shifter who kept his cover in place until the day he died, Pham Xuan An ranks as one of the preeminent spies of the twentieth century.

When Thomas A. Bass set out to write the story of An’s remarkable career for The New Yorker, fresh revelations arrived daily during their freewheeling conversations, which began in 1992. But a good spy is always at work, and it was not until An’s death in 2006 that Bass was able to lift the veil from his carefully guarded story to offer up this fascinating portrait of a hidden life.

A masterful history that reads like a John le Carré thriller, The Spy Who Loved Us offers a vivid portrait of journalists and spies at war.

 

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« Trả lời #205 vào lúc: 21 Tháng Bảy, 2009, 11:42:50 AM »

F-4 Phantom II vs MiG-21: USAF & VPAF in the Vietnam War (Duel)
Peter Davies




From difficult weather conditions to unreliable missile armament to unequal rules of engagement, this book tells the story of the challenges faced by the F-4 and MiG-21 pilots. Using first-hand accounts wherever possible the author draws us into the dangerous world experienced by American and North Vietnamese pilots. Influential leaders and tacticians will be profiled to provide a comparative evaluation of their contrasting skills. This book will also reveal the technical specifications of each jet with an analysis of the weaponry, avionics and survival devices of the Phantom and MiG-21. The fighters' strengths and weaknesses will be compared also, including turn radius, performance at altitude, range and structural integrity. This was an intense and deadly duel between vastly different rivals. In the Phantom, a second crewmember and good radar compensated for the difficulty of providing command and control at long distances from the targets. However, the F-4's smoky engines and considerable bulk made it visible at much further distances than the small, clean MiG-21 and Phantoms were often hit by unseen MiG attacks. On the other hand, the F-4s eight-missile armament compared favorably with the two-missile provision of the MiG. Often pilot skill, if not luck, would be the determining factor between the smaller, faster MiG and bigger, better-gunned Phantom. First-person extracts will reflect on the dangers of these aerial duels while graphics based on records of engagement and technical manuals will illustrate the experience of air combat as they struggled to overcome their shortcomings and survive their deadly duels.


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« Trả lời #206 vào lúc: 21 Tháng Bảy, 2009, 10:24:18 PM »

Quyển Con Thien: The Hills of Angels.

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« Trả lời #207 vào lúc: 23 Tháng Bảy, 2009, 03:25:39 AM »

LRRPs in action
John Burford



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« Trả lời #208 vào lúc: 26 Tháng Bảy, 2009, 06:16:18 PM »

We Are Soldiers Still: A Journey Back to the Battlefields of Vietnam

Harold G. Moore, Joseph L. Galloway



In their stunning follow-up to the classic bestseller We Were Soldiers Once . . . and Young, Lt. Gen. Hal Moore and Joe Galloway return to Vietnam and reflect on how the war changed them, their men, their enemies, and both countries—often with surprising results.

More than fifteen years since its original publication, the number one New York Times bestseller We Were Soldiers Once . . . and Young is still required reading in all branches of the military. Now Moore and Galloway revisit their relationships with ten American veterans of the battle—men such as Sgt. Maj. Basil Plumley and helicopter pilot Bruce "Old Snake" Crandall—as well as Lt. Gen. Nguyen Hu An, who commanded the North Vietnamese Army troops on the other side, and two of his old company commanders. These men and their countries have all changed dramatically since the first head-on collision between the two great armies back in November 1965.

Traveling back to the red-dirt battlefields, commanders and veterans from both sides make the long and difficult journey from old enemies to new friends. After a trip in a Russian-made helicopter to the Ia Drang Valley in the Central Highlands, with the Vietnamese pilots using Moore's vintage U.S. Army maps and Galloway's Boy Scout compass to guide them, they reach the hallowed ground where so many died. All the men are astonished at how nature has reclaimed the land once scarred by bullets, napalm, and blood. As darkness falls, the unthinkable happens—the authors and many of their old comrades are stranded overnight, alone, left to confront the ghosts of the departed among the termite hills and creek bed.

Moore and Galloway combine gritty and vivid detail with reverence and respect for their comrades. Their ability to capture man's sense of heroism and brotherhood, their love for their men and their former enemies, and their fascination with the history of this enigmatic country make for riveting reading. With sixteen pages of photos, tributes to departed friends and loved ones, and General Moore's reflections on lessons learned throughout his military career, We Are Soldiers Still puts a human face on warfare in a way that will not soon be forgotten.


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« Trả lời #209 vào lúc: 28 Tháng Bảy, 2009, 07:20:33 PM »

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17
Yefim Gordon



During the 1950s, the Soviet Union produced and used around 9,000 MiG-17s. First flown in January 1950, it is an extensively upgraded MiG-15 with a redesigned scimitar wing and lengthened fuselage, and known to NATO as "Fresco." The type was built under various designations including the Polish Lim-5P and Lim-6bis and the Czech S-105, and served not only with the Soviet armed forces but with the military in other Warsaw Pact nations, and further afield including Afghanistan, Cuba, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Morocco, North Korea, North Vietnam, and Syria. The Chinese built the MiG-17 as the Shenyang F-4.

The type saw combat in the Middle East against Israel, in North Vietnam, and in Nigeria during the Biafran War. As the later MiG-19 (which will be covered in a forthcoming Aerofax volume) was introduced, the MiG-17 was relegated mostly to the ground-attack role, replacing the MiG-15.


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