Hazardous Duty: An American Soldier in the Twentieth Century
From the front lines of World War II to behind the scenes in the Iran-Contra affair, Major General John K. Singlaub recounts 40 years in the military. Mixing personal anecdotes with well-researched history and previously classified documents, he provides a unique look at the military, including the early days of the CIA. Photographs.
Hardcover, First Edition, 574 pages
Published June 1st 1991 by Summit Books
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I was particularly interested in Singlaub's account of the 1976 Panmunjom Ax Murders, so as I was reading this book I was focused on that chapter. Overall, the book was a good read, especially if you are interested in military history from World War II to the 1980s.