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Terrorism and counterinsurgency As McChrystal writes More by luck than design I d been a part of some events organizations and efforts that will loom large in history andthat will not I saw selfless commitment petty politics unspeakable cruelty and uiet courage in places and uantities that I d never have imagined But what I will remember most are the leadersNever shall I fail my comrades I will shoulderthan my share of the task whatever it may be one hundred percent and then somefrom the Ranger CreedIn early March General Stanley McChrystal the commanding officer of all US and coalition forces in Afghanistan walked with President Hamid Karzai through a small rural bazaar As Afghan townspeople crowded around them a Taliban rocket loudly thudded into the ground some distance away Karzai looked to McChrystal who shrugged The two leaders continued greeting the townspeople and listening to their views That trip was typical of McChrystal s entire career from his first day as a West Point plebe to his last day as a four star general The values he has come to be widely admired for were evident a hunger to know the truth on the ground the courage to find it and the humility to listen to those around him Even as a senior commander McChrystal stationed himself forward and freuently went on patrols with his troops to experience their challenges firsthand In this illuminating memoir McChrystal frankly explores the major episodes and controversies of his eventful career He delves candidly into the intersection of history leadership and his own experience to produce a book of enduring value Joining the troubled post Vietnam army as a young officer McChrystal witnessed and participated in some of our military s most difficult struggles He describes the many outstanding leaders he served with and the handful of bad leaders he learned not to emulate He paints a vivid portrait of the traditional military establishment that turned itself in one generation into the adaptive resilient force that would soon be tested in Ira Afghanistan and the wider War on Terror McChrystal spent much of his early career in the world of special operations at a time when these elite forces became increasingly effective and necessary He writes of a fight waged in the shadows by the Joint Special Operations Command JSOC which he led from to JSOC became one of our most effective counterterrorism weapons facing off against Al aeda in Ira Over time JSOC gathered staggering amounts of intelligence in order to find and remove the most influential and dangerous terrorists including the leader of Al aeda in Ira Abu Musab al Zarawi The hunt for Zarawi drives some of the most gripping scenes in this book as McChrystal s team grappled with tricky interrogations advanced but scarce technology weeks of unbroken surveillance and agonizing decisions McChrystal brought the same energy to the war in Afghanistan where the challenges loomed even larger His revealing account draws on his close relationships with Afghan leaders giving readers a uniue window into the war and the country Ultimately My Share of the Task is about muchthan war and peace terrorism and counterinsurgency As McChrystal writes More by luck than design I d been a part of some events organizations and efforts that will loom large in history andthat will.

share pdf task pdf memoir download My Share pdf of the download of the Task A kindle Share of the pdf Share of the Task A download My Share of the Task A Memoir KindleTerrorism and counterinsurgency As McChrystal writes More by luck than design I d been a part of some events organizations and efforts that will loom large in history andthat will not I saw selfless commitment petty politics unspeakable cruelty and uiet courage in places and uantities that I d never have imagined But what I will remember most are the leadersNever shall I fail my comrades I will shoulderthan my share of the task whatever it may be one hundred percent and then somefrom the Ranger CreedIn early March General Stanley McChrystal the commanding officer of all US and coalition forces in Afghanistan walked with President Hamid Karzai through a small rural bazaar As Afghan townspeople crowded around them a Taliban rocket loudly thudded into the ground some distance away Karzai looked to McChrystal who shrugged The two leaders continued greeting the townspeople and listening to their views That trip was typical of McChrystal s entire career from his first day as a West Point plebe to his last day as a four star general The values he has come to be widely admired for were evident a hunger to know the truth on the ground the courage to find it and the humility to listen to those around him Even as a senior commander McChrystal stationed himself forward and freuently went on patrols with his troops to experience their challenges firsthand In this illuminating memoir McChrystal frankly explores the major episodes and controversies of his eventful career He delves candidly into the intersection of history leadership and his own experience to produce a book of enduring value Joining the troubled post Vietnam army as a young officer McChrystal witnessed and participated in some of our military s most difficult struggles He describes the many outstanding leaders he served with and the handful of bad leaders he learned not to emulate He paints a vivid portrait of the traditional military establishment that turned itself in one generation into the adaptive resilient force that would soon be tested in Ira Afghanistan and the wider War on Terror McChrystal spent much of his early career in the world of special operations at a time when these elite forces became increasingly effective and necessary He writes of a fight waged in the shadows by the Joint Special Operations Command JSOC which he led from to JSOC became one of our most effective counterterrorism weapons facing off against Al aeda in Ira Over time JSOC gathered staggering amounts of intelligence in order to find and remove the most influential and dangerous terrorists including the leader of Al aeda in Ira Abu Musab al Zarawi The hunt for Zarawi drives some of the most gripping scenes in this book as McChrystal s team grappled with tricky interrogations advanced but scarce technology weeks of unbroken surveillance and agonizing decisions McChrystal brought the same energy to the war in Afghanistan where the challenges loomed even larger His revealing account draws on his close relationships with Afghan leaders giving readers a uniue window into the war and the country Ultimately My Share of the Task is about muchthan war and peace terrorism and counterinsurgency As McChrystal writes More by luck than design I d been a part of some events organizations and efforts that will loom large in history andthat will.

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