[Reading] ➻ SOG ➱ John L. Plaster – Vejega.info

[Reading] ➻ SOG  ➱ John L. Plaster – Vejega.info Major John L Plaster, A Three Tour Veteran Of Vietnam Tells The Story Of The Most Highly Classified United States Covert Operatives To Serve In The War The Studies And Observations Group, Code Named SOG Comprised Of Volunteers From Such Elite Military Units As The Army S Green Berets, The USAF Air Commandos, And Navy SEALs, SOG Agents Answered Directly To The Pentagon S Joint Chiefs, With Some Missions Requiring Approval From The White House Now For The First Time, The Dangerous Assignments Of This Top Secret Unit Can At Last Be Revealed


10 thoughts on “SOG

  1. Michael Burnam-Fink Michael Burnam-Fink says:

    Writing about the classified and the denied is always hard Plaster does his best to produce a systemic account of SOG, the elite crossboarder recon force in the Vietnam War, but at the end of the day, he is a soldier, not a historian When this book sticks to what Plaster knows, his own war stories and those of his friends, it is ver


  2. Ben Paris Ben Paris says:

    Modern day warriors stories and lives that must be heard Never Forget.


  3. A.j. Gamble A.j. Gamble says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is the benchmark which all SOF special operations forces should be measured, Major Plaster brings you into the mind of an elite warrior Deep behind enemy lines with any CAS close air support almost an hour away at most times, and the prospect ofa QRF quick reacti


  4. Bradley West Bradley West says:

    For fans of the Vietnam War literature, there s usually a trade off between the quality of prose and perspective e.g Herr, Caputo, Sheehan and the amount of true life tales being told A war reporter accompanying troops in the field sees much, but nothing compared to what Plaster has assembled from his interviews with US Special Forces veterans So what S


  5. Sam Yang Sam Yang says:

    A story of the Vietnam war that is rarely heard of, why because it was almost only the SOG that defended the Ho Chi Minh trail from incoming North Vietnamese soldiers John Plaster or The Plasticman fought on the ground and used the things around him, the SOG men all learned from each other and if one man learned something he would make sure all of the men lear


  6. Cary Cary says:

    This book is bitchin If you like adventure and amazing tales of heroizm full of hairbreath escapes and get down fire fights This is the book for you Behind enemy lines in Laos and then Cambobia during the Vietnam War Studies and Observation Group was tasked with finding out what the enemy was doing along the Ho Chi Min Trail and where his major units were located in


  7. Chris Boette Chris Boette says:

    Very much enjoyed this book, which may be the first thing I have ever agreed with Kissinger about The storytelling was engaging and the history relayed clearly I was impressed with the structure of the book each chapter covered a different aspect of SOG missions capabilities and moved forward in time in a way that did not conflict with the timelines in the other chapters Th


  8. Tim Tim says:

    Badass Certainly not for everyone, but if you re interested in US Special Operations in Vietnam, this book is essential There s enough humor in the stories of the crazy, off the handle stunts these guys would pull to keep it entertaining, and enough mission specific information to keep it fairly informative I actually expected it to be pretty dark, but this book is mostly just peo


  9. John John says:

    A good account of an often undiscussed part of the Vietnam war Plaster is not the best of writers but he s good enough and his style is clear Reading about the missions is a bit like eating popcorn There is a consistent stream of tales of small unit derringer do If you are not a war buff, this could prove a hard slog However, if one sticks with it, it is hard not to be impressed with wha


  10. James James says:

    If you really enjoy Vietnam and or Special Forces History, this is a must read This book is what whet my interest in the conflict and I have been trying to learnabout the war as a whole since So many o...


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