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  • A great read

    What starts out as a great book just keeps getting better right to the shock in the final chapters

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  • Good Easy Read

    You don’t really get much of a deep dive on the rigours of Harrison’s role but interesting enough

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  • Soldier care

    Craig Harrison's experience is all to familiar in the British Army. The aristocracy of the MOD and many senior officers is a scandal that basically goes unreported. If you send people into war you have to be prepared to look after them afterwards. This has not happened far too often in the Brit military. There still exists a "waterloo" attitude that people are expendable. Great read Craig, hope you're ok mate.

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