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Chinese Military Aircraft & Missiles ***eBook, 69 pages***

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A look at China's military aircraft & missiles. File size: 2.5 MB    

US Decorations & Awards ***eBook, 37 pages***

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This booklet provides illustrations and brief descriptions of the awards and decorations that may be earned by the members of the armed forces, also included are descriptions of top civilian awards issued by the DoD and the services as well as charts on the order of precedence for wearing individual decorations and awards.  Published 1992, 37 Pages, PDF format. Download link will be immediately available after...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - Spring 1977

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - Summer 1975 (1st Issue)

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Field Manual: Pathfinder Operations ***eBook, 232 pages***

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This publication provides a foundation for training and employing pathfinder and terminal guidance personnel. The tactics, techniques, and procedures that describe the conduct of the various missions are guides. The pathfinder leader can modify them to suit the particular air assault operation. Author: Department of the Army, USA - April 2006 232 Pages, PDF format. Download link will be immediately available...

Field Manual: Counter-Zombie Operations at the Fireteam Level ***eBook, 21 pages***

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This Field Manual is the primary doctrinal reference on conducting fire team sized infantry operations in a Zombie infested environment in the United States. The term “Zombie” refers to a previously living biological organism which continues to move with purpose while showing no other sign of life (negative pulse, blood circulation, cognitive function etc). This manual is intended for soldiers of the United States Army who are tasked with conducting...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...