What the thunder said : reflections of a Canadian officer in Kandahar / Lieutenant-Colonel John Conrad ; foreword by Christie Blatchford.: D2-246/2009E-PDF
"The intent in these pages is to furnish a recollection as honest as I could capture it, complete with emotions, impressions, failures, and successes. The ensuing chapters offer neither an academic treatment of the Canadian campaign in Afghanistan nor a particularly detailed survey of logistics history. I will offer a brief overview of Canada's Afghanistan campaign and the logistics history of the Canadian Army only in as much detail as necessary to provide some context to the combat logistics challenges my unit faced on our country's return to Kandahar in a clear combat role"--Preface, page 21.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Department of National Defence, issuing body.|
|Title||What the thunder said : reflections of a Canadian officer in Kandahar / Lieutenant-Colonel John Conrad ; foreword by Christie Blatchford.|
|Variant title||Reflections of a Canadian officer in Kandahar|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Digitized by Publishing and Depository Services Program. |
Issued also in French under title: Ce que dit le tonnerre : réflexions d'un officier canadien à Kandahar.
"To Master Corporal Raymond Arndt and all the fine young men and women of Task Force Afghanistan who have laid down their lives in Afghanistan since 2002."
Includes bibliographical references (pages -228) and index.
Issued also in printed form.
|Publishing information|| Toronto, Ontario, Canada : Dundurn Press ; Kingston, Ontario, Canada : Canadian Defence Academy Press ; Ottawa, Ontario : Department of National Defence : Public Works and Government Services Canada,  |
|Author / Contributor||Conrad, John D., author.|
|Description||1 online resource (239 pages) : maps, photographs|
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|Subject terms|| Afghan War, 2001- -- Participation, Canadian. |
Afghan War, 2001- -- Personal narratives, Canadian.
Afghan War, 2001- -- Logistics -- Canada.
Canada -- Armed Forces -- Afghanistan.
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