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This is the explosive follow-up to Zulu Zulu Golf, covering Arn Durand's next few years in Koevoet, the most deadly fighting force involved in the Border War.

After moving to the unit Zulu Foxtrot, Durand went deeper into Angola than before and was involved in more contacts with the enemy, which he describes in nerve-shattering detail. Balancing the action is a dramatic human story, as Durand faces the tragic death of his commander, Frans Conradie, one of the pioneers of Koevoet, who had become a mentor to him.

Written in the same gripping, novelistic style as its predecessor, Zulu Zulu Foxtrot recreates the experience of being in the heat of battle and delves more deeply into the psyche of the modern warrior.

PAPERBACK: 261 Pages

Published October 2012

** SIGNED COPY **

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K.D.
Koevoet

I enjoyed Arns style and details, would maybe have liked more of his insight into the tensions between SADF & Koevoet! (Maybe a follow up Arn)?

L
L.F.
5/5

Zulu Zulu Foxtrot: To Hell And Back With Koevoet - Arn Durand

M
M.H.
Zulu Zulu Foxtrot: To **** And Back With Koevoet - Arn Durand

As with the previous book by Arn Durand - Zulu Zulu Golf, this book was equally as brilliant as the last. Arn's insights and experiences told are fascinating, and this has brought about a new outlook for me on more aspects of the Border War which I was not aware of.

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A.
Zulu Zulu Foxtrot

I found it badly written and constructed and what is an interesting and charged subject became a slow read. At no stage is it really gripping

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A.A.
ZULU ZULU FOXTROT

Down to earth factual story of the authors experiences leading up to and including initial period of service in police Koevoet unit. Not for the feint hearted. Great reading material for those interested in the SWA/Owamboland bush war, especially the reasons why Koevoet achieved so much success in follow up ops.