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The unforgiving moment by Frances Cowen

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Published by Hale in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Frances Cowen.
The Physical Object
Pagination3-189p. ;
Number of Pages189
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15134694M
ISBN 100709119291
OCLC/WorldCa16193817

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This Book is somewhat different to other personal accounts which have been published about the War in Afghanistan. It focuses mainly on the education of an officer who is ultimately faced with 'the unforgiving minute'. The one minute in which all of his education, training /5(). The Unforgiving Minute is a fascinating quick read with time travel, murder, mystery all in one! It certainly won't bore you even if you're not into Quantum Physics! Read more/5(). The Unforgiving Minute: A Soldier's Education (Hardcover) Published February 19th by Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated Hardcover, pages.   For good reason: The unforgiving minute in Mullaney’s title refers to the first moments of being under attack when the intense training has to kick in instantly and automatically if an officer and his men are to emerge unvanquished. After reading the book, I also came away impressed by Mullaney’s intelligence and thoughtfulness.

The Unforgiving Minute A Soldier's Education. by Craig M. Mullaney (read 6 Feb ) This is the story of the author's life at West Point (class of ), in Ranger training,.,at Oxford, and in 3/5(21). In his memoir of life as a young army officer, The Unforgiving Minute, Craig M. Mullaney makes a good attempt to build a bridge across this deep, dark canyon. If he’s not entirely successful in his execution, it’s hard to fault his intent.   "Much better," he said, satisfied for the moment. "I want you down there"—he pointed from the window down to the concrete pavement between our Author: Craig Mullaney. The Unforgiving Minute is the extraordinary story of one soldier's singular education. From a hilarious plebe's-eye view of the author's West Point experience to the demanding leadership crucible of Ranger School's swamps and mountains, to a two-year whirlwind of scintillating debate, pub crawls, and romance at Oxford, Mullaney's winding path to the battlegrounds of Afghanistan was unique and remarkable.