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Your Neighbor Went to War: Reality and the War on Terror

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Your Neighbor Went to War is the moving account of a member of the U.S. Army Special Forces. A Green Beret in the Colorado National Guard, Captain Diggs takes us through his remarkable 7-month tour in war-torn Afghanistan. Where he faces challenges in the oppressive atmosphere of terrorism. He wins the hearts of the people in an Afghan village, organizing American school ...more
Paperback, 204 pages
Published December 1st 2004 by Clifton House USA
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Robert Enzenauer
Jul 30, 2015 Robert Enzenauer rated it really liked it
CPT Diggs Brown has done a great service to our nation, both as an individual serving his country and as an author sharing the "good news" of success in the war on terrorism. This is especially important when most of the print and television media are presenting only the casualty lists.

In July 2002, his unit was informed to prepare for deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Diggs shares what it was like to leave all the "comforts of home," leave his successful civil
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