In the post-9/11 era, there have been numerous accounts of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq written from a variety of perspectives and for multiple purposes. Whether biographical accounts of real events, authoritative news essays, or fictional stories of war-time heroism and loss, the American public has been offered untold perspectives on what military service and sacrifice in this new era looks like. After Combat: True War Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan by Marian Eide and Michael Gibler, is a unique collection of stories of military service in the combat theater as told by the veterans, themselves.
How to Cite:
Minnis, S.E., 2019. Book Review of After Combat: True War Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan by Marian Eide & Michael Gibler. Journal of Veterans Studies, 4(1).