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Operation Enduring Freedom - Afghanistan

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According to the United States Central Command, The terrorist attacks on American soil on September 11, 2001 led President George W. Bush to declare a war against international terrorism. USCENTCOM soon launched Operation Enduring Freedom to expel the Taliban government in Afghanistan, which was harboring Al Qaida terrorists, hosting terrorist training camps, and repressing the Afghan population.  The following are servicemembers who have written about Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan):


John Lewis Cook, USA


Jeff Courter, USA


Marcus Luttrell


Dakota Meyer, USMC


Patrick Thibeault, USA


Regulo Zapata

Selected books by military servicemembers who have written about Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan).

Afghan Journal: A Soldier's Year in Afghanistan
Jeff Courter  More Info

Desperate Lands: The War on Terror Through the Eyes of a Special Forces Soldier
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