On a bad-ass scale of one to ten, flying a Black Hawk over Iraq rates about a twelve to me. Which is what Chief Warrant Officer Gordon Cimoli did for ten months back in 2003. So I'm figuring that Iraq: Providing Hope, the new book from Cimoli and 50 other soldiers who've been stationed in Iraq, is packed with good stories. (His online diaries sure are.)
SOLDIERS' STORIES, COLLECTED
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