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Knife Fights: A Memoir of Modern War in Theory and Practice by John Nagl

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“Knife Fights: A Memoir of Modern War in Theory and Practice” by retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel John Nagl is a fascinating and insightful book that offers a unique perspective on modern warfare. The book is part memoir and part analysis of the challenges faced by soldiers in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Nagl writes with a clear and concise style, and his experience as both a soldier and a scholar shines through in his analysis of the tactics and strategies used in these conflicts. He offers a detailed examination of the challenges of fighting in a modern insurgency, and how the US military adapted its tactics to meet these challenges.

One of the most compelling aspects of the book is Nagl’s discussion of the “COIN” (counterinsurgency) doctrine, which he helped to develop and implement during his time in Iraq. He explains the principles behind this doctrine and how it was used to successfully reduce violence and stabilize the situation in Iraq.

While the book does touch on the subject of knife fighting, it is only a small part of the overall narrative. However, for readers interested in the broader issues of modern warfare, “Knife Fights” is an excellent resource that provides a unique and valuable perspective on the subject. Overall, I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in military history, strategy, or the challenges of modern warfare.


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