Briefly profiles fourteen men and women from the U.S. armed forces who lost their lives fighting in Iraq and presents letters they wrote to their families that reveal the experiences and emotions of individuals changed by the perils of battle.... heritage with a trademark beret that he wore even in his youth. ln his later teens, Pierre and his friends would drive in his Ford Taurus to shooting ranges ... His career in the service was distinguished as he rose through the ranks in the 101st Airborne Division. ... ln one letter, Piche confided to his mother his plans to leave the military once he got back home, which he expected to be in February of 2004.
|Title||:||Last letters home|
|Author||:||Bill Couturié, John McCain, Life Books (Firm), Home Box Office (Firm), New York Times Company|
|Publisher||:||Vanguard Pr - 2004-10-18|