The Troops Need You, America: Six Ways to Help them Win From Your Living Room pdf epub fb2

The Troops Need You, America: Six Ways to Help them Win From Your Living Room by Major Eric Egland pdf epub fb2

The Troops Need You, America: Six Ways to Help them Win From Your Living Room Author: Major Eric Egland
Title: The Troops Need You, America: Six Ways to Help them Win From Your Living Room
ISBN: 0979339405
ISBN13: 978-0979339400
Other Formats: docx mbr mobi lrf
Pages: 280 pages
Publisher: Eric Egland (March 9, 2007)
Language: English
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Size PDF version: 1713 kb
Size EPUB version: 1706 kb
Subcategory: Politics & Government




Iraq War Veteran: "The Troops Need You, America." New book by military officer details how Americans can help US win in Iraq. A veteran of the Iraq War has written the first book to present an action plan for the American people to help our troops win. The book, already praised by military leaders and a member of the Iraq Study Group, is scheduled for release on March 14th-the week before the fourth anniversary of Operation Iraqi Freedom. "Americans want to contribute to victory but do not know how," said Major Eric Egland, author of THE TROOPS NEED YOU, AMERICA: Six Ways to Help Them Win From Your Living Room [Jericho Group, March 14th, 2007: $19.95]. "Now there is a plan of action that comes from the troops themselves. It empowers every American to support victory in Iraq." "As casualties rise and public patience for the status quo falls, it is clear that mission success requires change," Major Egland stated. "The conflict remains highly localized, though, so it is the troops who know what needs to change-not politicians in Washington or even generals in the field-and only the American people can make it happen." "Until today, many Americans believed their support was limited to prayers, care packages and bumper stickers," explains Egland. "Now soldiers on the ground are inviting citizens to do far more. The plan distills the grass-roots wisdom of hundreds of troops and supporters, from combat innovators to citizen activists."