Let Slip the Dogs of War: A Memoir of the GHQ 1st Raider Company (8245th Army Unit) a.k.a. Special Operations Company Korea, 1950–51

Let Slip the Dogs of War: A Memoir of the GHQ 1st Raider Company (8245th Army Unit) a.k.a. Special Operations Company Korea, 1950–51

Merriam Press Military Monograph 96. Second Edition (March 2012). On July 15, 1950, only a few weeks after North Korea invaded South Korea with overwhelming force, General Douglas MacArthur authorized the creation of a Provisional Raider Company to blow up bridges and railway tunnels behind enemy lines. Of 800 potential volunteers, 115 made the cut and endured weeks of grueling amphibious and demolitions training. On September 9, they and a small contingent of British Commandos left to conduct a raid at Kunsan, South Korea. On subsequent assignments, the Raiders went ashore at Inchon with the Marines, and with the X Corps at Wonsan. They conducted long-range intelligence-gathering patrols in which they also inserted and removed Korean agents. During the Chosin Reservoir campaign they were assigned to take and hold open the mountain passes for the withdrawal of the Marines and the 7th Division. The Raiders were evacuated from North Korea on December 14, 1950, and assigned anti-guerrilla activities in South Korea. At Chang-to they were cut off and surrounded by two North Korean regiments. On April 1, 1951, all Ranger and Special Operations units were disbanded because the Army high command believed they were not being utilized properly. This is the story of that unit as told by one...

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Let Slip the Dogs of War

Let Slip the Dogs of War

A few weeks after North Korea invaded South Korea, Gen. MacArthur authorized the creation of a Provisional Raider Co. to blow up bridges and railway tunnels behind enemy lines. Of 800 volunteers, 115 made the cut, enduring weeks of grueling training. Raiders went ashore at Inchon with the Marines, and X Corps at Wonsan. They conducted long-range intelligence-gathering patrols in which they also inserted and removed Korean agents. During the Chosin Reservoir campaign they took and held open the mountain passes for the withdrawal of the Marines and the 7th Division. The Raiders were evacuated from North Korea on 14 December 1950, and assigned anti-guerrilla activities in South Korea. At Chang-to they were cut off and surrounded by two North Korean regiments. On 1 April 1951, all Ranger and Special Operations units were disbanded because the army high command believed they were not being utilized properly. This is their story, as told by a member of the unit. 32 photos, 7 documents.

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...LET SLIP THE DOGS OF WAR! (The Pocket Footrot Flats)

...LET SLIP THE DOGS OF WAR! (The Pocket Footrot Flats)

The Pocket series are paperback books, 4 1/2" x 7 1/2", a bit larger than the standard U.S. "mass market paperback". "Let slip the dogs..." contains 138 strips, one to a page, with the panels broken up into three or sometimes four vertical tiers. Panel size is about a third smaller than in the regular Footrot collections. Unlike at least the first couple of Pocket books, "Let slip..." collects only daily strips, no Sunday/"Weekender" material. ( amazon customer)

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Let Slip The Dogs of War: Death Eidolons: Collected Short Stories 2014

Let Slip The Dogs of War: Death Eidolons: Collected Short Stories 2014

On a campaign with Alexander the Great, while waging war on a high plateau above an un-named eastern sea, he suffered a bite from a giant canine. His life would never be the same. Wandering through the ages from continent to continent, an immortal, his only distraction from eternity is warfare. Having fought in every major war through human history's long, bloody list of such conflicts, he ultimately finds himself mired flanks-deep in the trenches of World War I. There, he encounters his own kind for the first time in three thousand years, and he realizes the other side is destined to win with such soldiers fighting among their ranks.Immortal and feral, he is the ultimate beast of battle and few live to describe his canny technique. The fur and blood will fly when the most desperate conflict in human history lets slip the dogs of war!

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Let Slip the Pups of War - Spot and Smudge - Book Three (Volume 3)

Let Slip the Pups of War - Spot and Smudge - Book Three (Volume 3)

Let Slip the Dogs of War - Spot and Smudge - Book Three The exciting conclusion of the Spot and Smudge trilogy! This fast paced, inventive, black-witted tale uncovers the riddle of the pups' secrets and exposes the terrifying forces behind the accelerator compound. It also brings together the richly drawn characters from the earlier books and a host of intriguing new players, hurling them into a hunt that spans the globe and poses the ultimate test for this cunning family and their amazing pups. “You two pups would barely be a wee snack for the killers around here.” Fisho Mwale is a simple farmer. A little shake-shake beer and a few of his daughter-in-law’s corn biscuits are enough to put a smile on his lined, dark face. He and his son Fulfort toil over a patch of rocky dirt in northern Zambia that until recently had provided well for them. It’s been full drought for going on three years and now they’re struggling to keep his young son’s wife and children fed. The father and son are forced to travel far south to find paying work. In the slums of Lusaka they sign on with a pair of animal parts traffickers and are sent to the most prominent, most lucrative, and most dangerous animal preserve in South Africa, as poachers. In his youth Fisho had been on hunts, and been h...

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Cry Havoc: And Let Slip the Dogs of War - A Complete History of Fighting Breeds

Cry Havoc: And Let Slip the Dogs of War - A Complete History of Fighting Breeds

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Let Slip the Dogs of War: Death Eidolons: Collected Short Stories 2014 (Volume 6)

Let Slip the Dogs of War: Death Eidolons: Collected Short Stories 2014 (Volume 6)

On a campaign with Alexander the Great, while waging war on a high plateau above an un-named eastern sea, he suffered a bite from a giant canine. His life would never be the same. Wandering through the ages from continent to continent, an immortal, his only distraction from eternity is warfare. Having fought in every major war through human history's long, bloody list of such conflicts, he ultimately finds himself mired flanks-deep in the trenches of World War I. There, he encounters his own kind for the first time in three thousand years, and he realizes the other side is destined to win with such soldiers fighting among their ranks. Immortal and feral, he is the ultimate beast of battle and few live to describe his canny technique. The fur and blood will fly when the most desperate conflict in human history lets slip the dogs of war!

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Let Slip the Dogs of (Cyber) War: Processing Towards a Warfighting U.S. Cyber Command

Let Slip the Dogs of (Cyber) War: Processing Towards a Warfighting U.S. Cyber Command

Since late 2009, most offensive cyber capabilities have been unavailable to the Joint Force Commander. Outside of the boundaries of a theater of war, offensive cyber activities are limited to those in response to Presidential direction only. This limitation is a result of competing interests within the U.S. Government for control of cyberspace as an operational domain. The competition is currently being played out through an artificial legal debate over authorities and terminology. To remove some of the subjectivity associated with the debate over cyberspace control, the author first engages in a plain language review of Congressional oversight pertaining to covert actions versus military special operations. Given the current attempts to apply this construct to cyberspace, what follows is analysis and explanation of why this approach is inappropriate for cyberspace as a domain of war. Finally, the author provides recommendations to enable a fully functional U.S. Cyber Command through executive policy, legislation, and extensive education and training for the Department of Defense workforce on cyberspace. In doing so, offensive cyber capabilities will once again be available for incorporation within campaign and contingency plans in support of the assigned mission.

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  • ASIN: 1511636491

Let Slip the Dogs of War

Let Slip the Dogs of War

Returning to Paris, Inspector Gautier is devastated to learn that his mistress Ingrid has been brutally murdered. Before he can begin to investigate her death, the British Ambassador informs him that his daughter Fiona has been abducted to England and Gautier is sent to rescue her. In the midst of his efforts, the danger of a war in Europe moves inexorably closer, but there is consolation for Gautier as he moves closer to a new relationship.

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Let Slip the Dogs of War: A Memoir of the 1st Raider Company, Korea, 1950–51

Let Slip the Dogs of War: A Memoir of the 1st Raider Company, Korea, 1950–51

Merriam Press Korean War Series. A few weeks after North Korea invaded the South, a Provisional Raider Co. was created to blow up bridges and railway tunnels behind enemy lines. Of 800 volunteers, 115 made the cut, enduring weeks of grueling training. Raiders went ashore at Inchon with the Marines, and X Corps at Wonsan. They conducted long-range intelligence-gathering patrols in which they also inserted and removed Korean agents. During the Chosin Reservoir campaign they took and held open the mountain passes for the withdrawal of the Marines and the 7th Division. The Raiders were evacuated from North Korea on 14 Dec 1950, and assigned anti-guerrilla activities in South Korea. At Chang-to they were cut off and surrounded by two North Korean regiments. On 1 Apr 1951, all Ranger and Special Operations units were disbanded because the army high command believed they were not being utilized properly. This is their story, as told by a member of the unit. 32 photos, 7 documents.

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