Operation: S.I.N.: Agent Carter
A specialist unit gets sent into the deepest part of the Amazon rain forest, to gather Intel on a dangerous terrorist cell. The cell was planning on setting a killer virus free on the world. From the moment the team enter the village, members of the team disappear without a trace; the village turns red with blood, now it's a fight for survival.
Tying into the explosive events of Original Sin, see an untold story from the origins of the Marvel Universe! After an alien energy source is discovered in Russia in the early 1950's, it's up to Peggy Carter and Howard Stark to find out what happened. But a newly-risen terrorist group going by the name Hydra also happens to be on the hunt, for their own nefarious purposes! Also includes 'Captain America & the First Thirteen' #1.
Why were Rommel and the Afrikakorps sent to North African in March 1941? This book gives you the answers.
SOE, the Special Operations Executive, was a small, tough British secret service, a dirty tricks department established in July 1940 and encouraged by Churchill to 'set Europe ablaze'. Recruited from remarkably diverse callings, the men and women who were members of this most secret agency lived in great and constant danger. Their job - as saboteurs, informers, partisans, couriers or secret agents - was to support and stimulate resistance behind enemy lines; their credentials fortitude, courage, immense patience and a devotion to freedom.
Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook, 2001, is the first edition of a comprehensive medical reference resource designed for Special Operations Forces (SOF) medics. It provides many revolutionary approaches to accessing medical information, such as a treatment hierarchy based on available medical resources and mission circumstances commonly facing the SOF medic.
Unlike Alfred Thayer Mahan, Britain's great maritime strategist Sir Julian Corbett believed that victory in war does not come simply by the exercise of sea power and that, historically, this has never been the case. Corbett's keen analysis of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05 as presented in this work, along with his discussion of the pros and cons of limited conflict will be of great value to our understanding of today's limited wars.