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A thorough history of combat search and rescue (CSAR) from World War II to our day, highlighting the individual exploits of heroes who have risked all to leave no man behind, this book is also a comprehensive account of how the discipline of CSAR was created and how, despite its repeated successes, it suffers administrative neglect and attrition after virtually every conflict/5(50).
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