[Read] ➭ Special Operations Patrol Vehicles: Afghanistan and Iraq By Leigh Neville – Thomashillier.co.uk

Special Operations Patrol Vehicles: Afghanistan and Iraq The Patrol Vehicles Used By Special Operations Forces In Afghanistan And Iraq Vary Quite Dramatically Between The Theaters As Well As Amongst The Coalition Members, And Have Been Developed And Upgraded To Meet The Demands Of The Deployment Covering All The Major Coalition Nations, Leigh Neville Continues His Look At The Elite Forces Deployed In Operations Enduring Freedom And Iraqi Freedom With This Analysis Of Their VehiclesTracing The Evolution Of The Vehicle Types, From Their Historical Precedents, Through Their Designs To Their Operational Developments, He Discusses Their Advantages And Disadvantages, Along With Their Tactical Employment From The Mine Protected Vehicles Used To Counter The IED Threat In Iraq, The Use Of Strykers As Ard Raiding Platforms By The US Rangers, To The Civilian Vehicles Adapted For Military Service By Both Coalition Troops And Private Military Contractors In The Regions, This Book Uses Rare In Theater Photographs And Color Artwork To Show The Variety And Inventiveness Of The Patrol Vehicles Being Used In Combat Today

  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • Special Operations Patrol Vehicles: Afghanistan and Iraq
  • Leigh Neville
  • English
  • 12 September 2019
  • 1849081875

About the Author: Leigh Neville

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10 thoughts on “Special Operations Patrol Vehicles: Afghanistan and Iraq

  1. says:

    Nice to see the material reviewed included a majority of coalition special groups, although the primary focus was US SF equipment Interesting to see MRAPs PMVs discussed in a reasonably agnostic fashion alongside patrol and strike vehicles, and some very handy pictures A little speculative in places, but I m interested in seeing if there s a followup volume covering equipment deployed after 2010 2011.

  2. says:

    A little too specialized for me.

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