Afghan Guerrilla Warfare is a study of operations and actions of the Afghan Mujahideen resistance fighting against the Soviet forces in Afghanistan 1979-89. It is told in the words of the Mujahideen themselves and provides a dramatic and graphic document of what Coalition forces can expect if they become embroiled in a land war in Afghanistan. Afghan Guerrilla Warfare is an invaluable guide to anyone wishing to understand modern guerrilla warfare, providing invaluable insights in how guerrillas are trained and supported in the field - effectively showing what is required to conduct a successfully guerrilla/insurgent campaign. Originally produced by the US Marine Corps few copies of the original edition of Afghan Guerrilla Warfare were printed, and none were generally released. It should be required reading for all those involved in the search for Bin Laden and war against terrorism.
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