John Plaster - A Retired American Army Major: The Secret Of America's Commandos In Vietnam

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Military Assistance Command, Vietnam—Special Operations Group (later renamed Studies and Observations Group)—was the elite military unit of the Vietnam War, so secret that its existence was denied by the U.S. government. The group reported directly to the Pentagon’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, and much of its history and exploits were concealed for years from the general public by a veil of secrecy and confidentiality. John L. Plaster served three one-year tours with MACV-SOG, and this book is a true insider’s account, revealing much about this top-secret commando unit and its covert missions in North Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.



John Plaster (aka the plastic man) is a retired American army major, sniping expert, and author who is most renowned for being one of the greatest snipers in history. He is a Vietnam vet who was a member of the covert studies and observation group/special operations group (SOG). The group was integral to any success the united states recorded in the Vietnam war but yet so secret that the American government denied their existence at the time. John was one of their leading marksmen and most honorable members.

GENRE
Geschiedenis
UITGEGEVEN
2021
28 december
TAAL
EN
Engels
LENGTE
47
Pagina's
UITGEVER
Tommy Maust
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223,1
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