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Afghanistan War (America at War)
24 April 2011

Afghanistan War (America at War)

Afghanistan War (America at War) by Rodney P. Carlisle

Chelsea House Publications | 2010 | ISBN: 0816081190 | PDF | 178 pages | 24 MB

The September 11, 2001, terror attacks orchestrated by al-Qaeda prompted the United States to declare a "War on Terror." When the Taliban government of Afghanistan refused to extradite al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, an American-led coalition went to war with Afghanistan, overthrowing the Taliban government. However, the coalition did not capture bin Laden and all of his followers, so the battle against the terrorists continues, while a war-torn and ravaged Afghanistan struggles to rebuild. Afghanistan War features an up-to-date account of the battles, weapons, tactics, and people involved in this ongoing conflict.
Combat Mission Afghanistan-RELOADED
9 November 2011

Combat Mission Afghanistan-RELOADED
Combat Mission Afghanistan-RELOADED


Combat Mission Afghanistan is a stand-alone game--not an expansion--and does not require any of the other games to play.

Combat Mission Afghanistan is the first collaboration between Battlefront and a third party studio to create a completely new game in the Combat Mission series. CM Afghanistan is a standalone game and not an expansion, and does not require any of the other games to play!

CM Afghanistan covers two periods of the Russian-Afghan wars - the initial phase 1980-1982, and the later years of highest activity 1985-1987 - in two campaigns and additionally ten standalone missions. The fully featured editor will of course allow players to create all new custom maps and missions.
Bomb Patrol Afghanistan S01E08 Teamwork HDTV XviD-CRiMSON
3 January 2012

Bomb Patrol Afghanistan S01E08 Teamwork HDTV XviD-CRiMSON

Bomb Patrol Afghanistan S01E08 Teamwork HDTV XviD-CRiMSON | 356 MB

Bomb Patrol Afghanistan is an American documentary television series that premiered in the United States on G4 in October 2011. The series follows members of a United States Navy EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) unit as they hunt for and dismantle explosives in Afghanistan.
Bomb Patrol Afghanistan S01E09 Ambush HDTV XviD-CRiMSON
3 January 2012

Bomb Patrol Afghanistan S01E09 Ambush HDTV XviD-CRiMSON

Bomb Patrol Afghanistan S01E09 Ambush HDTV XviD-CRiMSON | 361.57 MB

Bomb Patrol Afghanistan is an American documentary television series that premiered in the United States on G4 in October 2011. The series follows members of a United States Navy EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) unit as they hunt for and dismantle explosives in Afghanistan.
Bomb Patrol Afghanistan S01E10 The Firefight HDTV XviD-CRiMSON
3 January 2012

Bomb Patrol Afghanistan S01E10 The Firefight HDTV XviD-CRiMSON

Bomb Patrol Afghanistan S01E10 The Firefight HDTV XviD-CRiMSON | 349 MB

Bomb Patrol Afghanistan is an American documentary television series that premiered in the United States on G4 in October 2011. The series follows members of a United States Navy EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) unit as they hunt for and dismantle explosives in Afghanistan.
The Soviet Withdrawal from Afghanistan
1 March 2012

The Soviet Withdrawal from Afghanistan

The Soviet Withdrawal from Afghanistan

1989 | 188 | ISBN: 0521375886 , 0521375770 | PDF | 4 Mb

Nearly ten years of bloodshed and political turmoil have followed the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979. Soviet occupation not only proved a major trauma for the people of Afghanistan; invasion ended at a stroke the growth in superpower detente that had characterized the late 1970s; and back home in the Soviet Union the effects of escalating military costs and over 13,000 young military casualties have been felt at every level of society. The decision to withdraw combat forces under the provisions of the Geneva Accords of April 1988 is one of the most dramatic developments in the international system since the end of the Second World War. Unable to overcome fierce insurgent Mujahideen resistance, the new Soviet leadership under General Secretary Gorbachev has opted to cut its military losses under a veil of UN diplomacy. The effects of this decision will be felt not only in Afghanistan but in the Soviet Union, in Southeast Asia, and in the wider world. This book is designed to explore the background to the decision to withdraw and its broader implications. The authors, all established specialists, examine the Geneva Accords; the future for post-withdrawal Afghanistan; and the impact of withdrawal on regional states, Soviet foreign and domestic policies, the Soviet armed forces, Sino-Soviet relations, and world politics. They write from diverse disciplinary perspectives while bringing together a shared sensitivity to the issues that complicate the Afghan question....
Afghanistan: A Military History from Alexander the Great To The Fall Of The Taliban (Audiobook)
13 August 2011

Afghanistan: A Military History from Alexander the Great To The Fall Of The Taliban (Audiobook)

Afghanistan: A Military History from Alexander the Great To The Fall Of The Taliban (Audiobook)

2002 | 14 hours and 40 mins | ISBN: 0786194766 | MP3 | 392 Mb

Stephen Tanner's Afghanistan: A Military History recounts with brisk authority and many illuminating analogies the 2,500-year story of a country--for much of that time it was more properly a region--of "incredible beauty" (soldiers liken it to western Colorado) that has been both the "coveted prize of empires" and, more recently, a hideout for international terrorists. What Afghanistan has known for virtually all of its history is war. Tanner tells, with a good narrative eye, of the invasions and occupations of Afghanistan by Cyrus, Alexander, Genghis Khan, Tamerlane, the British (disastrously), and the Soviet Union (only slightly less so), as well as the rise, and fall, of the Taliban, ending the book with a brief, speculative chapter on the country's present and future. Tucked in Tanner's overview are fascinating historical footnotes, including the Afghans' reliance over the centuries on its now-infamous caves, and its brief role in World War II--the Nazis felt a kinship with the blonde, blue-eyed segments of the population. This is a noteworthy and valuable book: accessible, objective, informative, and informed. ...
BBC - Our War 10 Years in Afghanistan PDTV X264 AAC MVGroup
25 August 2011

BBC - Our War 10 Years in Afghanistan PDTV X264 AAC MVGroup
BBC - Our War 10 Years in Afghanistan PDTV X264 AAC MVGroup
English | MKV | H264 1896 kbps 25 fps | 1016 x 572 | AAC 192 kbps 48 KHz Stereo | 1h27mns | 692 MB
Genre: Documentary

Series marking the ten-year anniversary of the war in Afghanistan, telling the story of the conflict through the words and pictures of the young soldiers themselves.
These 35 self-shot stories explore the different ways in which a decade of conflict in Afghanistan has affected young people.[cut]
Many of the videos have been shot by young people, from their perspectives, in their own words. Whether it's young soldiers fighting on the frontline, the families of serving troops back home, or Afghans living in a war torn country.
These films explore what it feels like to be affected by the Afghanistan war. Animation and archive have also been used to delve into almost 200 years of British involvement in the region.
Bomb Hunters: Life and Death Stories with Britain's Elite Bomb Disposal Unit in Afghanistan
30 September 2011

Bomb Hunters: Life and Death Stories with Britain's Elite Bomb Disposal Unit in Afghanistan

Bomb Hunters: Life and Death Stories with Britain's Elite Bomb Disposal Unit in Afghanistan

2011 | 304 | ISBN: 000737478X | EPUB + PDF | 1 MB + 3 Mb

The Sunday Times Bestseller 'Afghanistan is just like Iraq -- hot, dusty and full of people who want to kill you', SSgt Simon Fuller, Royal Engineer Search Advisor Bomb Hunters tells the story of the British army's elite bomb disposal experts, men who face death every day in the most dangerous region on earth -- Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Bomb Hunters are up against the Improvised Explosive Device -- the IED -- the deadly homemade bombs planted by the Taliban. Hard to detect and easy to trigger, an estimated 10 bombs for every one of the 10,000 British troops have been planted in the region. IEDs are now the main killer of British troops in Afghanistan and the ultimate psychological weapon. Bomb Hunters work in 50-degree heat as they take the 'long walk' into the kill zone, defusing as many as 15 bombs a day. In the past year the casualty rate has soared as the troops have become locked into a deadly game of cat and mouse -- to locate and deactivate the deadly bombs before they maim and kill soldiers, police and civilians. Skill, cold courage and inevitably pure luck play a huge part in the survival of these men and as the British public have already seen -- a single lapse of concentration can result in instant death. Ex-paratrooper, now defence journalist, Sean Rayment, takes the reader on a journey into the heat and dust of Helmand Province as he meets these courageous soldiers while they put their lives at risk to prevent other British troops falling victim to the IED. He interviews the Bomb Hunters as they perform their duties on the frontline and paints a breathtaking picture of what life is like for the men who play poker with their own lives every day, who live knowing the enemy watches their every move, waiting for a weakness to show itself, a pattern in technique to be exploited, or an error to be made that triggers the device itself. This is as vivid and dramatic as war reporting gets, mixing 'close to the bone' narrative and dead-pan black humour from the Bomb Hunters themselves, some of whom were subsequently killed in action. No punches will be pulled on what these men feel about the war, their place in it, the politicians and generals who send them there, and how they deal with the relentless pressure of the job itself in the heart of the world's most hostile combat environment. ...
Heavy Fire Afghanistan-SKIDROW
2 March 2012

Heavy Fire Afghanistan-SKIDROW

Heavy Fire Afghanistan-SKIDROW | 1.52 GB


Heavy Fire: Afghanistan is a super fast playing, high intensity experience set in modern-day Afghanistan. Whether fighting up close and personal with guns and grenades, raining down fire from a helicopter or laying waste with a main battle tank, Heavy Fire: Afghanistan is all about constant, edge-of-the-seat action and beautiful graphics combined with straightforward, intuitive controls to give hardcore gamers and novices an immediately exciting pickup-and-play experience.