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The Green Berets.  By Robin Moore.

Masters of Chaos - The Secret History of the Special Forces.  By Linda Robinson.  A look at Special Forces history from Somalia to the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

Horse Soldiers.  By Doug Stanton.  Published by Scribner, New York, May 2009.  A true account of Special Forces teams riding on horseback with Northern Alliance allies against the Taliban in the fall of 2001.

Weapon of Choice - ARSOF in Afghanistan.  By Charles H. Briscoe, Richard L. Kiper, James A. Schroder, and Kalev I. Sepp.  Published in 2003 by the Combat Studies Institute Press, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

Hunting al Qaeda.  By Anonymous.  Published by Zenith Press, St. Paul, MN (2005).

All Roads Lead to Baghdad.  By Charles H. Briscoe, et all.  US Army Special Operations Command History Office.

15 Months in SOG: A Warrior's Tour.  By Thom Nicholson, Colonel, US Army Special Forces (Ret.).  Non-fiction account of a tour of duty with Studies and Observation Group's Command and Control North (CCN).

An NCO's Story : Gone Native. By Alan Cornett, Retired 1st Sgt. Autobiography of an SF Soldiers seven years in Vietnam.

Special Forces: A Guided Tour of U.S. Army Special Forces. By Tom Clancy and John Gresham.

U.S. Special Forces.  By Alan M. & Frieda W. Landau, et al.  Published by Lowe & B. Hould Publishers.  A non-fiction book.


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