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A Concise History of Us Army Special Operations Forces With Lineage and Insignia by  Geoffrey T Barker - Paperback - Signed - 1988 - from Garnet Books and

A Concise History of Us Army Special Operations Forces With Lineage and Insignia

by Barker, Geoffrey T

Condition: Fine

Fayetteville, NC: Anglo-american Publishing Co, 1988. Paperback. Fine. 8vo. iv, 218 pp. Bound in glossy illustrated wrappers, addendum tipped in to inside rear cover. Black and white illustrations throughout followed by 16 full color plates.Includes index. Signed by Author on title page. Fine, bright, crisp copy.


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