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9/11
used in Fearless

7 uses
  • After 9/11 it was a blur, but I remember Adam saying that he was going to be fighting for us, for our way of life.
    p. 154.7
  • "During peacetime, pre-9/11, it wasn't a popular decision to join the military to protect your country," says Mark Kramer, "so my decision was sort of validated that day.
    p. 150.8
  • In fact, I was getting used to being proud of Adam instead of worrying about him, but 9/11 changed all that, and there I was worrying about him again, worried that he was going to war.
    p. 155.5
  • In addition to fighting these insurgents and jihadists and providing security for the newly formed Afghan government, the U.S. military's priority mission remained the manhunt for Osama bin Laden, the architect of the September 11 attacks on American soil.
    p. 161.0
  • That's what all the outstations, forward operating bases (FOBs), command outposts (COPs), and observation posts represented: footholds in the uphill battle being waged in Afghanistan seven years after 9/11.
    p. 214.5
  • "These guys are so good at what they do," says an officer who oversaw Adam's squadron, "because they have an op almost every night, sometimes more in a single night than guys did in their whole careers pre-9/11.
    p. 233.9
  • At the time, Rick was producing a documentary about a Special Forces A-team of Green Berets, ODA 574, based on my book The Only Thing Worth Dying For, which chronicles 574's mission into southern Afghanistan in the weeks after 9/11.
    p. 319.7

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