No Mean Soldier: The Story of the Ultimate Professional Soldier in the Sas and Other Forces (Anglais) Broché – 2 novembre 2000
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Though his exploits are both varied and intriguing, his spare, simple style may not be enough for some readers. I often found myself wishing to know more about his part in a particular operation or another. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but the book may be a bit too short and fleeting in feeling for some such as myself. This is not to say that McAleese is a bad writer by any means as his writings are largely lucid for someone who is not a writer by trade. Some may also question his exploits given his somewhat rocky reputation among the British SAS. In this, one must form your own opinion of him as reading his autobiography is similar to the experience that one has when reading Dennis Croukamp's account of his time in the Rhodesian Selous Scouts - a man with a similar reputation (incidentally Croukamp was McAleese's fellow CSM in the Pathfinders). McAleese is quite open about his short comings and freely acknowledges that there are those who have negative opinions. There are also a number of good pictures as well as appendices with a fairly comprehensive list of those mercenaries involved in the fateful Angola operation as well as the operations plan for the Escobar snatch.
All in all, a good untaxing read from a man who has certain experienced his great share of military adventures.
But this book is so much more than that. It's also an autobiography. And it's an autobiography of a man whos life story is highly interesting even if you forget all the fighting.
Written with so much military detail... And so much previously untold stories... And so much humanity... And so much humor...
Well, you got it. This book is a must.
dr Pozzi exargentine army scout .
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