The 7th Infantry Regiment: Combat in an Age of Terror: The Korean War Through the Present

The 7th Infantry Regiment: Combat in an Age of Terror: The Korean War Through the Present

Genre: History

“McManus masterfully captures the heart and soul of the warriors of the 7th—remarkable storytelling by a highly skilled historian.”
—W. E. B. Griffin, New York Times bestselling author of Victory and Honor

“Superb. Grab this book—and buy a copy for a soldier you know!"
—Ralph Peters, New York Times bestselling author of The War After Armageddon

“Terrific! This is military history that people will be reading fifty years from now. It takes the reader into the mystic soul of the U.S. Army.”
—Thomas Fleming, New York Times bestselling author of The Secret Trial of Robert E. Lee

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About the Book

The 7th Infantry Regiment’s motto, “Willing and Able,” speaks volumes about its past. The 7th has fought in more battles, in more places, than any other regiment in the U.S. Army. At practically every crucial moment in America’s wars, the 7th has been there, shaping the future of the country and, by extension, the world.

Acclaimed combat historian John C. McManus takes readers from the Cold War to the War on Terror, with a complete account of the 7th’s anguish and triumphs. Based on nearly a decade of research, from archives to battlefield visits to McManus’s personal interviews with 7th Infantry soldiers, this book is a definitive and moving story of Americans in combat.

About the Author
John C. McManus

John C. McManus earned a PhD in American and Military History from the University of Tennessee, where he served as Assistant Director of the Center for the Study of War and Society and was a Normandy Scholar. As a leading authority on the Normandy invasion, he holds a Cantigny First Division Museum Fellowship. He is currently a full professor of U.S. Military History at Missouri University of Science and Technology, where he teaches a variety of courses, including one on World War II and another on the Modern American Combat Experience. He also serves as the official historian for the United States Army’s Seventh Infantry Regiment.

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