arms and the dudes


No.ISBN : 9781451667608
Author : Guy Lawson
Genre : History
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Copyright Year : 2016-07-26
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DESCRIPTION : "Previously published as: Arms and the dudes."


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No.ISBN : 0977515923
Author : Roslyn J. Motter
Genre : Fantasy fiction
Publisher : Doofuzz Dudes Rescue Moondar
Copyright Year : 2008
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DESCRIPTION : Crown Princess Krystina has been kidnapped by the evil Dreezles, and the Moondarian and Lundarian Oracles have prophesied that only the Doofuzz Dudes can get her back!


No.ISBN : 9781897142660
Author : Angie Abdou
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Brindle and Glass
Copyright Year : 2011-02-01
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DESCRIPTION : It’s the last ski weekend of the season and a mishmash of snow-enthusiasts is on its way to a remote backwoods cabin. In an odd pilgrimage through the mountains, the townsfolk of Coalton—from the ski bum to the urbanite—embark on a bizarre adventure that walks the line between comedy and tragedy. As the rednecks mount their sleds and the hippies snowshoe through the cedar forest, we see rivals converge for the weekend. While readers follow the characters on their voyage up and over the mountain, stereotypes of ski-town culture fall away. Loco, the ski bum, is about to start his first real job; Alison, the urbanite, is forced to learn how to wield an avalanche shovel; and Michael, the real estate developer, is high on mushroom tea. In a blend of mordant humour and heartbreak, Angie Abdou chronicles a day in the life of these industrious few as they attempt to conquer the mountain. In an avalanche of action, Angie Abdou explores the way in which people treat their fellow citizens and the landscape they love.


No.ISBN : 9781468929751
Author : Byron Bending
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Booktango
Copyright Year : 2013-05-13
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DESCRIPTION : The story is about the surfing turtle dudes, driving up to Queensland and surfing all the great beaches on the Gold Coast.


No.ISBN : 9781468924350
Author : Byron Bending
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Booktango
Copyright Year : 2013-02-25
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DESCRIPTION : Its about six aussie surfing turtle dudes who share the good times of just surfing and having fun, all over the NSW coast and overseas beaches.


No.ISBN : 9780595725403
Author : Anthony L. Williams
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : iUniverse
Copyright Year : 2000-12-01
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DESCRIPTION : The Derelict is a space saga centering on a stellar skirmish and a meeting with an unseen menace known to be heading for the Milky Way Galaxy. United States Naval Battle Group One intercepts this strange contact miles beyond the galaxy and finds an immense, creeping derelict spaceship billions of years old. It is not until they board this dangerous, burned-out hulk that they discover they are trapped there by murderous diabolical forces.


No.ISBN : 9780231506892
Author : David Tucker
Genre : Political Science
Publisher : Columbia University Press
Copyright Year : 2007-09-04
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DESCRIPTION : In October and November of 2001, small numbers of soldiers from the Army Special Forces entered Afghanistan, linked up with elements of the Northern Alliance (an assortment of Afghanis opposed to the Taliban), and, in a remarkably short period of time, destroyed the Taliban regime. Trained to work with indigenous forces and personnel like the Northern Alliance, these soldiers, sometimes riding on horseback, combined modern military technology with ancient techniques of central Asian warfare in what was later described as "the first cavalry charge of the twenty-first century." In this engaging book, two national security experts and Department of Defense insiders put the exploits of America's special operation forces in historical and strategic context. David Tucker and Christopher J. Lamb offer an incisive overview of America's turbulent experience with special operations. Using in-depth interviews with special operators at the forefront of the current war on terrorism and providing a detailed account of how they are selected and trained, the authors illustrate the diversity of modern special operations forces and the strategic value of their unique attributes. From the first chapter, this book builds toward a set of recommendations for reforms that would allow special operations forces to make a greater contribution to the war on terrorism and play a more strategic role in safeguarding the nation's security. Along the way, the authors explain why special operations forces are:" Distinguished by characteristics not equally valued by their own leadership" Strategically crucial because of two mutually supporting but undeniably distinct sets of capabilities not found in conventional forces" Not to be confused with the CIA and so-called paramilitary forces, nor with the Marines and other elite forces" Unable to learn from the 1993 failed intervention in Somalia and the national-oversight issues it revealed" Better integrated into the nation's military strategy and operations than ever before but confused about their core missions in the war on terror" Not "transformed" for future challenges as many assert but rather in need of organizational reforms to realize their strategic potential Despite longstanding and growing public fascination with special operators, these individuals and the organizations that employ them are little understood. With this book, Tucker and Lamb dispel common misconceptions and offer a penetrating analysis of how these unique and valuable forces can be employed to even better effect in the future.