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[PDF / Epub] ✓ Jawbreaker ★ Gary Berntsen – Formresponse.co.uk The Book the CIA Doesn’t Want You to ReadGary Berntsen the CIA’s key commander coordinating the fight against the Taliban forces around Kabul comes out from under cover for the first time to descrThe Book the CIA Doesn’t Want You to ReadGary Berntsen the CIA’s key commander coordinating the fight against the Taliban forces around Kabul comes out from under cover for the first time to descr.

Ibe his no holds barred pursuit—and cornering—of Osama bin Laden and the reason the terrorist leader escaped American retribution As disturbingly eye opening as it is adrenaline charged Jawbreaker.

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jawbreaker epub Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBIbe his no holds barred pursuit—and cornering—of Osama bin Laden and the reason the terrorist leader escaped American retribution As disturbingly eye opening as it is adrenaline charged Jawbreaker.

10 thoughts on “Jawbreaker

  1. Will Byrnes Will Byrnes says:

    PDF/EPUB Jawbreaker Kindle í â formresponse.co.uk â jawbreaker epub, Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBGary Berntsen was the leader of the CIA piece of the US war in Afghanistan This is his narrative of the events of that conflict He is a bonafide Clinton hater who manages to see errors in black and white with Clinton of course being the black He reserves his greatest scorn for the “7th floor” the political leadership of the CIA with particular unhappiness with George Tenet Although he manages to find fault with Clinton he cannot find it in him to criticize Bush in the same way f


  2. Jerome Jerome says:

    PDF/EPUB Jawbreaker Kindle í â formresponse.co.uk â jawbreaker epub, Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBIt wasn't bad Kinda overratedThe jacket cover for Gary Berntsen's Jawbreaker claims this is The book the CIA doesn't want you to read I find that a little hard to believe since the CIA has already apparently had their chance at redacting sensitive information leaving wide swaths of black ink on about 75% of the pages Sometimes one black line apparently stands for several pages of redaction while at other times a small rectangle of black eliminates a single word that obvious


  3. Mike Mike says:

    PDF/EPUB Jawbreaker Kindle í â formresponse.co.uk â jawbreaker epub, Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBThis book is about ############ and all the ##### ######## ####### redacted by censors protecting their ass Yes there are annoying passages blacked out that would have given context t


  4. Coleman Coleman says:

    PDF/EPUB Jawbreaker Kindle í â formresponse.co.uk â jawbreaker epub, Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBThis book was an interesting read on the early stages of the war in Afghanistan from the perspective of one of the first officers on the ground in country to link up with the Northern Alliance Berntsen's account is definitely not without critiue of the administration's handling of the war particularly his first hand experiences at Tora Bora chasing bin Laden near the end of 2011 The pragmatic and reasoned approach to those early months of the war joining the Northern Alliance forces in the Panjshir corralling the warlords and generals to work together and understanding the value of local language speakers and those that understood the culture was refreshing to read about A group of highly experienced and trained officers jumping in and using the resources available to them without hanging around until backup arrivedOne thing that was slightly grating about this account was his choice to leave in phrases and sections that were redacted by the Agency's Publication Re


  5. Alex Hunter Alex Hunter says:

    PDF/EPUB Jawbreaker Kindle í â formresponse.co.uk â jawbreaker epub, Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBFound Bernsten extremely confidentnear arrogant but who am I to judge a man who defeated Al aeda and the Taliban in the span of a few weeks


  6. Dey Martin Dey Martin says:

    PDF/EPUB Jawbreaker Kindle í â formresponse.co.uk â jawbreaker epub, Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBThis was a very enlightening book about the Bush administration's decision to pull out of Tora Bora before grabbing Bin Laden which directly resulted in his escape from capture The dangerous missions and astonishing bravery of Gary Bernsten and his men cannot be doubted I feel that he is a hero of the highest order He won the CIA intelligence star For voluntary acts of courage performed under hazardous conditions or for outstanding achievements or services rendered with distinction under conditions of grave risk An amazing read


  7. Michael Connick Michael Connick says:

    PDF/EPUB Jawbreaker Kindle í â formresponse.co.uk â jawbreaker epub, Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBThe story of how 110 CIA paramilitary and 350 Special Forces personnel and their Afghan allies managed to take back Afghanistan from the Taliban and destroy much of Al aeda in the process and how Bin Laden managed to escape All of this written by one of the top CIA commanders in the field It's a fascinating story although somewhat long winded and bogged down in providing a


  8. Courtney Courtney says:

    PDF/EPUB Jawbreaker Kindle í â formresponse.co.uk â jawbreaker epub, Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBThis is one man's overly macho biography I didn't really care for his finger pointing and posturing We get it politics got in the way If you want a comprehensive look at the Afghan war then I recommend Ghost Wars instead


  9. Deckardo Jackson Deckardo Jackson says:

    PDF/EPUB Jawbreaker Kindle í â formresponse.co.uk â jawbreaker epub, Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBA very partisan anti Clinton pro Bush narrative Far far too much redacting What's the point of including full paragraphs of black bars and then summarizing them in one sentence?


  10. ABona ABona says:

    PDF/EPUB Jawbreaker Kindle í â formresponse.co.uk â jawbreaker epub, Jawbreaker PDF/EPUBVery poor writing not impressed at all with this book


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