The Devil Dealt the Cards: One Female Soldier's Account of Combined Action in Afghanistan

The Devil Dealt the Cards is an emotionally engaging series of intimate stories derived from months of living among the natives on a small Afghan Army post called Gamberi Garrison Captain Jackson, a female logistics officer, and her team find themselves tasked with training Afghanistan s greenest soldiers, while simultaneously living on a violent crossroads near the Pak The Devil Dealt the Cards is an emotionally engaging series of intimate stories derived from months of living among the natives on a small Afghan Army post called Gamberi Garrison Captain Jackson, a female logistics officer, and her team find themselves tasked with training Afghanistan s greenest soldiers, while simultaneously living on a violent crossroads near the Pakistan border Her personal recollections vividly portray the excitement, frustration, and danger of combined action in Afghanistan, all while covering nearly every dramatic theme imaginable This heartwarming account illustrates how one small band of hardworking Americans, aided by their Afghan counterparts, transformed a neighborhood and forged bonds of steel between people of two opposite cultures.
The Devil Dealt the Cards One Female Soldier s Account of Combined Action in Afghanistan The Devil Dealt the Cards is an emotionally engaging series of intimate stories derived from months of living among the natives on a small Afghan Army post called Gamberi Garrison Captain Jackson a f

  • Title: The Devil Dealt the Cards: One Female Soldier's Account of Combined Action in Afghanistan
  • Author: Sarah M. Jackson
  • ISBN: 9781499059274
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Devil Dealt the Cards: One Female Soldier's Account of Combined Action in Afghanistan”

    1. I really liked this book, and I was pleasantly surprised at how different it was from other books about the war in Afghanistan that I have read. It does not go into details about the fighting of the war itself, but is more about the working relationships of the US soldiers with the Afghan National Army, as well as the cultural differences. I enjoyed reading about thsee challenges from the author's perspective.

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