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Flashpoint Quebec: Operation Joint Suppression By Michael J. Karpovage,

  • Title: Flashpoint Quebec: Operation Joint Suppression
  • Author: Michael J. Karpovage
  • ISBN: 9781413701760
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • A NATO request for military assistance to Canada thrusts a U.S Army 10th Mountain light infantry task force behind Quebec provincial lines on a moment s notice Mission objective take the airport and bridges and then allow the Canadian Army to pass through their positions It was supposed to be a permissive spearhead insertion into the St Lawrence port city of Trois RivA NATO request for military assistance to Canada thrusts a U.S Army 10th Mountain light infantry task force behind Quebec provincial lines on a moment s notice Mission objective take the airport and bridges and then allow the Canadian Army to pass through their positions It was supposed to be a permissive spearhead insertion into the St Lawrence port city of Trois Rivieres, aimed at bringing the breakaway province of Quebec back to negotiations in resolving its claim of secession from Canada Instead, the American infantry unit is drawn into a violent urban battle with a column of main battle tanks from the revolutionary Quebec Defense Force, a force that is clandestinely supported by France Follow the soldiers on both sides of the conflict as they battle not only each other, but also deadly setbacks, hasty decisions, and emotional challenges all in the literal fog of this action packed, street to street, combat thriller.
    Flashpoint Quebec Operation Joint Suppression A NATO request for military assistance to Canada thrusts a U S Army th Mountain light infantry task force behind Quebec provincial lines on a moment s notice Mission objective take the airport and b

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    1. By Gene Conrad, Berkshire, NY I couldn t put it down Absolutely one of the best military fiction books I ve ever read The action is fast and the author paints a vivid picture of the combat sequences in the reader s mind I felt like I d have to wash the blood spatter off after the battle sequence was over The character developement doesn t get cumbersome but still nails enough of each player s background so the reader can relate to them as actually knowing them I highly recommend the book and loo [...]

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