If you want real life waterboarding, don t read this book BUT this book does include stories of Torture.If you want the real story of the life of an Intel Officer in a combat zone, READ THIS BOOK...
|Title||:||Interrogation of Morals|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform First Edition edition February 21, 2009|
|Number of Pages||:||260 pages|
|File Size||:||584 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Interrogation of Morals Reviews
When I first looked at the cover of the book I thought it was philosophy. It isn't.
This was a very interesting read! I expected to learn about current military interrogation techniques and I did, and was surprised, expecting harsh methods that weren't there. More interestingly, I learned about the close interplay of Military Intelligence, the CIA, FBI, etc., in the field, which I had not even considered. All this was presented by recounting day-by-day personal experiences. Recommended for any one who hasn't served in the military in recent years.
For all the bleeding heart liberals out there, please read this book if you are anti-military. Jason did a great job of portraying a patriot's side of the situation. Knowing that our soldiers hard work is being wasted for such current events as terrorists being released from Guantanamo makes my skin crawl.
Excellent and educational. This book provides a very informative look into the quality of our military -- a nice counterpoint versus the mainstream news which only shows us the sensational, often bad side of what is going on in Afghanistan.
Found it very interesting and would highly recommend to anyone to learn what really goes on. I found it hard to put down.
These memoirs of a US army Intelligence Officer give an insider's view of the war in Afghanistan. His personal experiences inter-weave around significant events and moral issues in the attempts to win the hearts and minds of the local population while fighting the Taliban. A worthwhile read.
This book was an interesting look at the inside of things. It takes you on a journey you never could imagine living through your own eyes. It's a good read if you enjoy books on this subject.
Well received gift