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General Sir Mike Jackson's career in the British Army has spanned almost forty five years His autobiog. This was a enjoyable and interesting look into a life of a soldier from the start to the end of his career he sure led a very ull and interesting career

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Of Soldier The PDFEPUB or humour Most of all it gives a vivid sense of what modern soldiering entails. One of the best books I have ever read Honest and open A really amazing story from a cool guy

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Raphy exhibits all the ualities for which he is admired professionalism honesty exuberance and a sense. I thoroughly enjoyed this book It is one that I intend to read again as the author portrays himself as No One Special Nothing could be farther from the truth but in this book he does pay great tribute to the rank and file NCO s SNCO s and WO s and makes it firmly understood that the Army cannot function without its NCO s The backbone It is a well written read funny amusing hard hitting and at times tragic but what really shines through is his absolute pride of the men that have served with him and for him He does not come across in way as pompous arrogant egotistical or self servingA good read for would be army officers


7 thoughts on “Soldier The Autobiography

  1. says:

    Very well written by a very articulate man reflecting on military service from the Cold War to today's assymetric warfare While polite he doesn't shy away from some controversial matters such as 'nation building'

  2. says:

    This was a enjoyable and interesting look into a life of a soldier from the start to the end of his career he sure led a very ull and interesting career

  3. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book Having seen Mike Jackson on the Television numerous times I always thought what a normal person he seemed This book reinforces it He was one of the men he had no barrier between himself and the soldiers under him

  4. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book It is one that I intend to read again as the author portrays himself as No One Special Nothing could be farther from the truth but in this book he does pay great tribute to the rank and file NCO's SNCO's and WO's and makes it firmly understood that the Army cannot function without its NCO's The backbone It is a well written read; funny amusing hard hitting and at times tragic but what really shines

  5. says:

    Awfully interesting autobiography On the one hand covering Mike Jackson's career from cadet to head of the armed forces this is treading familiar ground for me rising in command is a popular trope in Military Science Fiction I read but the real deal is something else entirely to behold particularly when it's bra

  6. says:

    One of the best books I have ever read Honest and open A really amazing story from a cool guy

  7. says:

    A couldn't put down read of Mike Jackson's Army career

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