Chains Of Command
  • Chains Of Command
  • Chains Of Command
  • Chains Of Command
  • Chains Of Command
ISBN: 0399138226
EAN13: 9780399138225
Language: English
Pages: 479
Dimensions: 1.6" H x 8.4" L x 5.6" W
Weight: 1.4 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Excellent reading, current events applicable, well written
For those of us who like to read about current events involving NATO, Soviet and American forces. It's certain to please the ones that demand accurate, well researched and likely scenarios. The author goes to great lengths to add to the experience. Well done. Many years have passed, and I relived many experiences, bases, and similar characters as described in this we'll written story. Our service member's service past, present and future is a source of pride. This author is a good choice. You will be happy.
   Good Read
Dale Brown delivered a read that was entertaining. He explains military terms and equipment in a way that doesn't make you want to sleep. There are several pages of sexual acts in the book, but they are not negative. It made you wonder why porno would be needed. "They fell onto the bed together". We all know what's next. The book was a good one.
   Great page turner
There is a great amount of technical details in the story. I am sure some readers will like this. The plot and story were well written, and I kept reading.
   Excellent story!
There is a believable premise to the story. It was even more believable because of the inclusion of the NATO countries. The lack of closure with General Eyers was a minor nit. I believe all the readers would have liked hearing about it.
   I was bored by too much detail
I am an Air Force veteran and I was bored by too much detail. I would often skip over these details and move on to the next thing. The "human" elements were good. To me, the book would have flowed better if it had not gottenbogged down in so much detail.
   Good read but a bit tedious to get through.
The book was well written and researched, but it took me a long time to read because of the detailed descriptions of the military war machines. It kept me guessing most of the time, but the detailed description of the time period, history of NATO, the member nations and their politics made it a slow read for me.
   Good book
I enjoy military books. I am a military retiree and that is normal. I enjoyed the book and the plot. It's fantastic. The amount of detail could have made a difference. 2 pages of technical info isn't needed for a good thriller. The book was enjoyable. I'm not going to be a bomber pilot.
The memories started to come back when I read this. The bean counter said that the force reduction was a change for the best. The damage was not noticed until the desert storm. The story line was nicely handled. I didn't see anything wrong with the procedures. The women in the trenches felt like they were in reality. It is a good read and I will suggest it to someone.