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Shadow Warriors by Tom Clancy

Title Shadow Warriors
Author Tom Clancy
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2003-02-04
Category History
Total Pages 560
ISBN 9781436245708
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

An unconventional war requires unconventional men—the Special Forces. Green Berets • Navy SEALS • Rangers • Air Force Special Operations • PsyOps • Civil Affairs • and other special-mission units The first two Commanders books, Every Man a Tiger and Into the Storm, provided masterly blends of history, biography, you-are-there narrative, insight into the practice of leadership, and plain old-fashioned storytelling. Shadow Warriors is all of that and more, a book of uncommon timeliness, for, in the words of Lieutenant General Bill Yarborough, “there are itches that only Special Forces can scratch.” Now, Carl Stiner—the second commander of SOCOM, the U.S. Special Operations Command—and Tom Clancy trace the transformation of the Special Forces from the small core of outsiders of the 1950s, through the cauldron of Vietnam, to the rebirth of the SF in the late 1980s and 1990s, and on into the new century as the bearer of the largest, most mixed, and most complex set of missions in the U.S. military. These are the first-hand accounts of soldiers fighting outside the lines: counterterrorism, raids, hostage rescues, reconnaissance, counterinsurgency, and psychological operations—from Vietnam and Laos to Lebanon to Panama, to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Iraq, to the new wars of today…

Shadow Warriors by Tom Clancy

Title Shadow Warriors
Author Tom Clancy
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2003
Category History
Total Pages 548
ISBN 0425188310
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Documents the history of the Special Forces from the 1950s through the 1990s to discuss missions involving raids, counter-terrorism, hostage rescue, and more, in Vietnam, the Middle East, and other conflicts. Reprint.

Title Shadow Warriors Les Guerriers de l Ombre
Author Bernd Horn
Publisher Dundurn
Release Date 2016-09-03
Category History
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781459736412
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Few Canadians are aware of the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command (CANSOFCOM), even ten years after it was formed. This book offers a rare glimpse into the shadows, with detailed information on CANSOFCOM, its units, and a pictorial history of the Command’s evolution.

Shadow Warriors by Paul O'Brien

Title Shadow Warriors
Author Paul O'Brien
Publisher Mercier Press Ltd
Release Date 2020-04-03
Category History
Total Pages 160
ISBN 9781781177631
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the spring of 1980, the Irish Department of Defence sanctioned the establishment of a new unit within the Irish Defence Forces and the Irish Army Ranger Wing (ARW) came into being. In the decades that followed, its soldiers have been deployed on active service at home and abroad, generally without the knowledge of the wider public. The ARW is made up of seasoned men from across the island, who are selected through tough competition. Only the best of the best make it through and are trained in an extraordinary range of specialist skills. Being one of these elite operators takes more than simply being a skilled soldier – it means believing you are the best. Shadow Warriors tells the story behind the creation of the ARW, from its origins in specialist counter-terrorism training in the late 1960s and the preparation of small unconventional units in the 1970s to the formation of the ARW itself in 1980 and its subsequent history. The first and only authoritative account in the public domain of this specialist unit, authors Paul O’Brien and Sergeant Wayne Fitzgerald have been granted access to the closed and clandestine world of Ireland’s Special Forces, who train hard, fight harder and face unconventional types of warfare, yet prefer to stay out of the limelight.

Title Shadow Warriors of World War II
Author Gordon Thomas
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2017-01-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 304
ISBN 1613730861
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In a dramatically different tale of espionage and conspiracy in World War II, "Shadow Warriors of World War II" unveils the history of the courageous women who volunteered to work behind enemy lines. Sent into Nazi-occupied Europe by the United States Office of Strategic Services (OSS) and Britain s Special Operations Executive (SOE), these women helped establish a web of resistance groups across the continent. Their heroism, initiative, and resourcefulness contributed to the Allied breakout of the Normandy beachheads and even infiltrated Nazi Germany at the height of the war, into the very heart of Hitler s citadel Berlin. Young and daring, the female agents accepted that they could be captured, tortured, or killed, but others were always readied to take their place. Women of enormous cunning and strength of will, the Shadow Warriors stories have remained largely untold until now."

Shadow Warrior by Christine Feehan

Title Shadow Warrior
Author Christine Feehan
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2019-06-04
Category Fiction
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9781984803535
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Danger inspires fierce passion when a serial killer threatens Chicago’s Ferraro crime family in this novel in Christine Feehan’s New York Times bestselling series. Vittorio Ferraro is a man whose family loyalty knows no bounds. He would die for his siblings and the people they love, but what he really wants is to start a family of his own. Deep down, Vittorio has always known finding a woman who could ride shadows would be nearly impossible—let alone one who could accept his particular needs—and he never expected to find her in the middle of a kidnapping.… Grace Murphy has always been drawn to Vittorio Ferraro—or at least to the billionaire’s public bad-boy persona. Now that she’s under his protection and the sole focus of his intense caring, she can’t help wanting to get as close to him as possible. But Grace knows her presence is putting the entire Ferraro family in danger. Her monster of a brother will never let her go, but Vittorio has no intention of losing the woman whose shadow matches his own. Praise for Shadow Keeper “Shadow Keeper is, in a word, a keeper! If you love hot men, sexy women, the good guys winning against the bad guys, love (both sweet and ultra steamy), and family that stands together, then this book is all that and even more.”—Fresh Fiction

Last Shadow Warrior by Sam Subity

Title Last Shadow Warrior
Author Sam Subity
Publisher Scholastic Inc.
Release Date 2021-05-04
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781338636093
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Percy Jackson meets Thor in a laugh-out-loud, action-packed adventure inspired by Norse mythology. Twelve-year-old Abby Beckett is proud to come from a long line of elite Viking warriors known as the Aesir. She's spent her entire life training to hunt the horrific creatures known as Grendels-the ancient foe of the Aesir-just like her mother did before she died. But there's just one, small problem: No one has seen a Grendel in centuries, and the Viking Council wants to disband the Aesir . . . forever. When her father is injured in an attack that leaves him in a coma, Abby is forced to take refuge at Vale Hall, a mysterious school in Minnesota where nothing is quite as it seems. She soon discovers the tables have turned and a Grendel is hunting her, but when she tries to alert the Viking Council, they accuse her of making up stories for attention . . . just like her mother did. Desperate to protect her father and clear her mother's name, Abby goes on a dangerous quest to discover the truth--a journey that brings her face-to-face with some unlikely foes, including a Ping-Pong-playing sea monster with a wicked backhand, and a dark Valkyrie with a fondness for bingo. Abby quickly realizes that someone at the school is trying to stop her progress and destroy the Aesir for good. And only she can unravel the sinister plot before it's too late.

Shadow Warriors by Bradley F. Smith

Title Shadow Warriors
Author Bradley F. Smith
Publisher New York : Basic Books
Release Date 1983
Category World War, 1939-1945
Total Pages 507
ISBN STANFORD:36105071129451
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Argues that the creation of the C.I.A. was greatly influenced by the public relation skills of Donovan, founder of the O.S.S.

Shadow Warriors by Chris Bradford

Title Shadow Warriors
Author Chris Bradford
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2016-01
Category Children's stories
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1781125511
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A breathtaking tale of martial arts action from prize-winning author and black belt Chris Bradford (Young Samurai, Bodyguard ), crammed with fantastic extras for young ninja fans. Vividly detailed and tense, this packs a serious punch.

Shadow Warriors by Kenneth R. Timmerman

Title Shadow Warriors
Author Kenneth R. Timmerman
Publisher Crown Forum
Release Date 2007-11-06
Category Political Science
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9780307407351
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“An alarming but necessary book that reads like a thriller. By raising uncomfortable questions, Ken Timmerman has performed a significant public service.” –Michael Medved, nationally syndicated talk radio host Some have called it the CIA’s greatest covert operation of all time. It is an intelligence war conducted behind the scenes, aimed at confusing, misleading, and ultimately defeating the enemy. The goal is nothing less than toppling the regime in power. A network of agents has been planted at key crossroads of power, stealing secrets, planting disinformation, and cooking intelligence. The plan involves sophisticated political sabotage operations that bring in opposition forces who can challenge the regime openly, in a way the CIA cannot. The scope is breathtaking. Who is the target of this vast, sophisticated CIA operation? Not the mullahs in Tehran or North Korea’s power-mad Kim Jong Il; the target is America’s president, George W. Bush. Drawing on exclusive information from senior government officials, intelligence operatives, and many others, investigative reporter Kenneth Timmerman provides the full, untold story of the sabotage that occurs behind the scenes at key government agencies like the CIA and State Department–and the profound effect it has on America’s ability to confront its most dangerous enemies. In Shadow Warriors, Timmerman brings to light the vast underground working to undercut our nation’s efforts to win the war on terror–revealing the when, where, how, and who for the first time. He also exposes the Democratic politicians who have sold out America’s national security for political gain. In Shadow Warriors you’ll learn: •How the CIA and State Department sabotaged the administration’s Iraq war plans from the start–sparking the insurgency in the process •How a high-level State Department official gathered aides after Bush’s reelection to insist they owed no allegiance to the president or his policies •How pre-war intelligence on Iraq was cooked–not by the Bush administration, but by its opponents •How and why the shadow warriors have leaked details of virtually every covert U.S. intelligence tool used in the war on terror •How the leaks have devastated our efforts to fight terrorism–such as when a key U.S. ally rebuffed the CIA director’s request for assistance by saying, “You Americans can’t keep secrets” •Why U.S. intelligence refused to examine important documents detailing the secret Iraqi networks that became the heart of the insurgency •How newly discovered Iraqi government documents reveal the extent of Saddam Hussein’s ties to international terrorists and the truth about his WMD arsenal Shadow Warriors shows that George W. Bush never got the first rule of Washington: People are policy. He allowed his political enemies to run roughshod over his administration. This insider’s look at secret White House meetings, political backstabbing, and war-room summits is an eye-opening account of the mind-set that is crippling our effectiveness in Iraq and around the world.

Ninja by John Man

Title Ninja
Author John Man
Publisher Random House
Release Date 2012-07-19
Category History
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9781446487662
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Ninjas today are the stuff of myth and legend in comics, film and electronic games. But once they were real, the medieval equivalent of the SAS: spies, saboteurs, assassins. In their secrecy, under-cover skills and determination to survive, they were the opposite of the overt, self destructive samurai. Could they fly? Make themselves invisible? Of course not.It was just that their skills gave them a magical aura. As a result, martial artists and story-tellers have turned them into fantasy creatures, from James Bond to Mutant Turtles. In Ninja John Man goes in search of the truth. In a journey to the heartland of the ninjas, he takes us from their origins over 1,000 years ago, through their heyday in the civil wars that ended with Japan’s unification in 1600. But that was not the end of the ninja ethos. That re-emerged in World War Two as a little-known counterpart to Japanese militarism. Ninja ways live on in the real ‘last of the ninjas’, Hiroo Onoda, who held out in the Philippine jungle for 30 years.

Title Shadow Warriors of World War II
Author Gordon Thomas
Publisher Chicago Review Press
Release Date 2017-01-01
Category History
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781613730898
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In a dramatically different tale of espionage and conspiracy in World War II, Shadow Warriors of World War II unveils the history of the courageous women who volunteered to work behind enemy lines. Sent into Nazi-occupied Europe by the United States' Office of Strategic Services (OSS) and Britain's Special Operations Executive (SOE), these women helped establish a web of resistance groups across the continent. Their heroism, initiative, and resourcefulness contributed to the Allied breakout of the Normandy beachheads and even infiltrated Nazi Germany at the height of the war, into the very heart of Hitler's citadel—Berlin. Young and daring, the female agents accepted that they could be captured, tortured, or killed, but others were always readied to take their place. Women of enormous cunning and strength of will, the Shadow Warriors' stories have remained largely untold until now.

Shadow Warrior by Randall B. Woods

Title Shadow Warrior
Author Randall B. Woods
Publisher Basic Books
Release Date 2013-04-09
Category History
Total Pages 560
ISBN 9780465037889
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Explores the life and career of William Egan Colby, one of the most controversial figures of the postwar period: World War II commando, Cold War spy, Saigon CIA station chief, and eventual CIA director under Nixon and Ford, he played a critical role in some of the most pivotal events in 20th-century history.

Ninja by Joel Levy

Title Ninja
Author Joel Levy
Publisher Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Release Date 2008
Category History
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1402763131
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Presents the history, traditions, philosophies, skills, weaponry, and popularity in modern culture of ninjas, Japanese undercover assassins.

Title Warriors A Vision of Shadows 2 Thunder and Shadow
Author Erin Hunter
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2016-09-06
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780062386441
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Erin Hunter’s #1 bestselling Warriors series continues with the second book in the A Vision of Shadows arc. Nearly a moon has passed since Alderpaw returned from his journey to SkyClan’s gorge, where he found the territory taken over by rogues. Now the same vicious cats that drove out SkyClan have traced Alderpaw’s path back to the lake… and ShadowClan may be the next to fall. Full of epic adventure and thrilling intrigue, this fifth Warriors series is the perfect introduction for readers new to the Warriors world—while for dedicated fans, it’s a long-awaited return to the era of Bramblestar’s ThunderClan, after the events of Omen of the Stars.

Shadow Warriors by Mir Bahmanyar

Title Shadow Warriors
Author Mir Bahmanyar
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date 2011-09-20
Category History
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781780960760
Language English, Spanish, and French
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No American military unit can claim as colorful and volatile a history as the Rangers, who have led the way in America's wars for well over 300 years. This book traces the Rangers from the time of Robert Rogers during the French-Indian War of the 18th century to the most recent combat operations in Iraq. With a focus on today's Army Rangers, who combine the rugged individualism of American frontiersmen with the finely honed ability to operate as a close-knit team, wreaking havoc behind enemy lines, this fascinating volume incorporates many first-hand accounts of dramatic Ranger actions by the combatants themselves.

Shadow Warriors by Dick Camp

Title Shadow Warriors
Author Dick Camp
Publisher Zenith Press
Release Date 2013-07-15
Category History
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781610588256
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the nearly seven decades following World War II, the heroes of the Allied Forces have been rendered ageless through portrayals transforming their overseas triumphs into household tales. Books, films, and video games have reiterated the stories of such famed American units as Merrill’s Marauders and Darby’s Rangers. Some of World War II’s most important missions, however, were also the most secretive: they have only recently been declassified by the U.S. government. Now, for the first time, a single volume describes many of them in detail. In Shadow Warriors, military historian and retired U.S. Marine Dick Camp illuminates the untold history of American special operations units in World War II. The book’s action-packed narrative, rooted in a time before organizations like the CIA even existed, describes the adventures of those who paved the way for the special operations forces we know so well today—the U.S. Navy SEALs, U.S. Army Special Forces, and U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Command (MARSOC). Split into two parts covering the war’s European and Pacific theaters, it features elaborate spy networks, covert parachutists, island assaults, amphibious raids, and the occasional catastrophic mission failure. Bolstered by an in-person interview with World War II veteran Sgt. Jack Risler (U.S. Marines Operation Union II) and a collection of rare black-and-white period photographs, Shadow Warriors is not only a gripping account of top-secret exploits: it is an homage to some of the brilliant, courageous, and previously unacknowledged heroes of World War II.

Shadow Warriors by Mir Bahmanyar

Title Shadow Warriors
Author Mir Bahmanyar
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date 2011-09-20
Category History
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781780960753
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

No American military unit can claim as colorful and volatile a history as the Rangers, who have led the way in America's wars for well over 300 years. This book traces the Rangers from the time of Robert Rogers during the French-Indian War of the 18th century to the most recent combat operations in Iraq. With a focus on today's Army Rangers, who combine the rugged individualism of American frontiersmen with the finely honed ability to operate as a close-knit team, wreaking havoc behind enemy lines, this fascinating volume incorporates many first-hand accounts of dramatic Ranger actions by the combatants themselves.

The Shadow Warriors Of Nakano by Stephen C. Mercado

Title The Shadow Warriors of Nakano
Author Stephen C. Mercado
Publisher Potomac Books, Inc.
Release Date 2003-03-17
Category Electronic books
Total Pages 353
ISBN 9781612342177
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the history of the twentieth century, the role of the military intelligence services in the competition among nations is still murky. Among the world's foremost intelligence services, those of Imperial Japan remain the least known. Few stories are as compelling as those surrounding the Japanese Army's Nakano School. From 1938 to 1945, the Nakano School trained more than 2,000 men in intelligence gathering, propaganda, and irregular warfare. Working in the shadows, these dedicated warriors executed a range of missions, from gathering intelligence in Latin America to leading commando raids against American lines in Papua New Guinea, in the Philippines, and on Okinawa. They played major roles in operations to subvert British rule in India, and they organized Japanese civilians into guerrilla units that would have made the invasion of Japan a bloodbath. One graduate used his Nakano commando training to elude U.S. and Philippine military patrols until emerging from the jungle nearly thirty years after the war's end. In the decades after World War II, graduates of the school worked to obtain from the United States and Russia the release of imprisoned war criminals and the recovery of lost territory, including Okinawa. Based on archival research and the memoirs of Japanese veterans, The Shadow Warriors of Nakano shines a much-needed light into the shadows of World War II and postwar Japanese affairs.

Rise Of The Shadow Warriors by Michelle Howard

Title Rise of the Shadow Warriors
Author Michelle Howard
Publisher Michelle Howard
Release Date 2015-04-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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She came from a race long thought dead Shaina C’Err belonged to the Olak’din, a secret race of warriors. With her people in danger she asked for help from the one warrior who owed her. With a Kabanian Warlord at her side, she might have a chance at defeating her enemies. He craved what his friends had attained Argan Kril never thought he’d long for love until his life changed forever. Now among the Raasa he watches his best friend and his fellow Warlord with the women who love them. His upbringing dictates that such a bond is for the weak but when his path crosses with Shaina he feels stronger and happier than he’s ever been. Neither expected the battle they’d wage together would have such a steep reward.