From man's earliest battles to the combat visions of the future, the Weapons at War series richly illustrates the history of weaponry throughout the ages - and what weapons will be like in the future.
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VERY INTENSE STORYLINES. " I LOVE IT ".
Everyone was my favorite character. Each person that told he or her experience about being a combat medica had my attention for start to finish.
Iam a super fan of bold Robert Conrad and George C. Scott, it hard to say wish one I like the most. Robert Conrad could have narrated more on the story.
Vary must so, I think I had listen to this Weapons at War (Combat Medica) about 12 Times, so far :-) .
Iam a retried 82nd Airborne 1/325th Inf and I just pass my state EMT-Basic exem. I was never a medical guy in the service ,but If I was, Like to think I would have the same type of courage these guys had.
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