Every Man A Tiger – remarkably demonstrates the ‘art of war' in the modern era of air power through the eyes of an exceptional commander. This amazing story is based on the career of Gen Chuck Horner as a fighter pilot in the ‘Operation Desert Storm' and ‘Operation Desert Shield'. The book will give readers an entirely different perspective of wars and military operations.
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It perhaps is the best-defended and thus most difficult air assault in history. Gen Horner happened to be the right man in the right place at the right time. By the virtue of his experience, operational competence and professional abilities, Gen Horner commanded U.S and its allies during both operations. This is considered to be the most devastating air campaigns in the history of aerial warfare.
It is a tale of revolution based on how a military service will rise-up after getting damaged by the enemy and how the warfare tactics and approach has been changed over a decade. It can be precisely stated as a glimpse of determination, initiatives and operational competence in difficult times.
In short, a story of soldiers, pressure situations and how the deadliest events tested their courage during tough times
Opinion about the main character:
I like his courage and competence