Combat Mission Kandahar - Dundurn

Combat Mission Kandahar

The Canadian Experience in Afghanistan

Published August 2016

Description

Seven soldiers. Seven military specialties. Seven stories.

What was it like to serve in the combat mission in Afghanistan? Journalists’ reports from 2006 to 2011 could only give brief glimpses of the reality on the ground for Canadian soldiers. This book reveals the full story of what happened to seven soldiers, ranking from corporal to captain, who were deployed during Operation ATHENA, Phase 2. The operation became known as “the combat mission” as Canadian battle groups engaged in a deadly multi-year war of counter-insurgency in Kandahar province. Each of the seven soldier’s experiences covered in Combat Mission Kandahar highlights a facet of one of Canada’s longest, most complicated, and challenging operations.

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Contributors

T. Robert Fowler

T. Robert Fowler is the author of several books about the military, including Courage Rewarded and Valour on Juno Beach. He has also written articles for The Canadian Army Journal and Canadian Military History, among others. He lives in Nepean, Ontario.

Book Details

Paperback
August 2016
6x9 in
272 pp
9781459735163
ePub
August 2016
-
272 pp
9781459735187