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The Captains [sound recording (CD)] / W.E.B. Griffin.

By: Griffin, W. E. B.
Contributor(s): Dove, Eric G.
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundSeries: Griffin, W. E. B. Brotherhood of war: bk. 2.; Griffin, W. E. B. Brotherhood of war: 02.; Brilliance Audio on compact disc: Publisher: Grand Haven, Mich. : Brilliance Audio p2011Edition: Library edition.Description: 11 audio discs (13 hr., 6 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: spoken word Media type: audio Carrier type: audio discISBN: 9781455850662.Subject(s): Korean War, 1950-1953 -- FictionGenre/Form: War -- Fiction. | Adventure stories. | Audiobooks.Performed by Eric G. Dove.Read by Eric G. Dove.Summary: It was more than an incident. It was a deadly assault across the 38th parallel. It was the Korean War. In the fear and frenzy of battle, those who had served with heroism before were called again by America to man the trenches and sandbag bunkers. From Pusan to the Yalu, they drove forward with commands too new and tanks too old: brothers in war, bonded together in battle as they had never been in peace.
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It was more than an incident. It was a deadly assault across the 38th parallel.

It was the Korean War.

In the fear and the frenzy of battle, those who had served with heroism before were called again by America to man the trenches and sandbag bunkers.

From Pusan to the Yalu, they drove forward with commands too new and tanks too old, brothers in war, bonded together in battle as they had never been in peace....

Compact discs.

Performed by Eric G. Dove.

Read by Eric G. Dove.

It was more than an incident. It was a deadly assault across the 38th parallel. It was the Korean War. In the fear and frenzy of battle, those who had served with heroism before were called again by America to man the trenches and sandbag bunkers. From Pusan to the Yalu, they drove forward with commands too new and tanks too old: brothers in war, bonded together in battle as they had never been in peace.

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