The New Breed

The New Breed

Book - 1987
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From the blistering jungles of Vietnam to the far-flung battlefields of the African Congo, they faced the turmoil of a new era. It was a different kind of war. But the courage and skill of these young fighting men were an American tradition. Like their fathers before them, they rose up to the ultimate challenge of military valor, holding their own in a storm of clashing cultures. They were America's new breed. The proudest and the best...
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's, 1987.
ISBN: 9780515092264
Branch Call Number: GRI
Characteristics: 398 p.

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paul12_2
Jan 21, 2017

Read many books of his series this one was hard to finish but will read him as all the other were terrific.

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rp3276
Jul 06, 2015

This is part of the series. I suggest you start with the Lieutenants or it is ok as a stand alone book. A great series and a history lesson.

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rahmmie
Mar 02, 2011

Very entertaining but compared to previous Griffin novels, this one was too soap-opeara-ish

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