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|SFC Jared Monti was t the only hero in the battle on Hill 2610. There were 15 other brave American soldiers in the patrol who refused to back down despite the overwhelming odds against them. Jared undoubtedly would have said, Write about them. There's need to mention me. At the very least, he would have approved of having this book dedicated to his comrades-in-arms: SSG Chris Cunningham, SSG Patrick Lybert, SGT John Hawes, SPC John Garner, SSG Chris Grzecki, SPC Sean Smith, SPC Franklin Woods, SPC Brian Gonterman, SPC Max Noble, PFC Brian Bradbury, PFC Derek James, SPC Matthew Chambers, SPC Shawn Heistand, SPC Daniel Linnihan, and SSG Josh Renken. As John Hawes says, Jared would have been proud to have this book dedicated to 'his boys.' He would have wanted it kwn that we fought together as a team. It would be a challenge to find a group of soldiers who better represent the legacy of the 10th Mountain Division than the soldiers who fought so bravely on top of that rocky mountain near Gowardesh, Afghanistan, proclaims 10th Mountain Division Commander Major General Stephen J. Townsend. Although badly outnumbered and separated from their unit, those soldiers refused to accept defeat.|
|Date of Publication||13/12/2014|
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Subject||Biography: Historical, Political & Military|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||209218828|
|Country of Publication||United States|
|Content Note||black & white illustrations|
|Format Details||Trade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound|
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