Brotherhood When West Point Rugby Went to War [Audiobook]

Free Download Martin Pengelly, H.R. McMaster, Alex Mortensen (Narrator), "Brotherhood: When West Point Rugby Went to War"
English | ASIN: B0CSQMGKS2 | 2024 | M4B@64 kbps | ~11:10:00 | 313 MB
Before 9/11, the rugby team at West Point learned to bond on a sports field. This is what happened when those fifteen young men became leaders in war.
Filled with drama, tragedy, and personal transformations, this is the story of a unique brotherhood. It is a story of American rugby and a story of the U.S. Army created through intimate portraits of men shaped by West Point’s motto: "Duty, Honor, Country."
Some of the players deployed to Afganistan and Iraq, some to Europe. Some became infantry, others became fliers. Some saw action, some did not. One gave his life on a street in Baghdad when his convoy was hit with an IED. Two died away from the battlefield but no less tragically.

Journalist Martin Pengelly, a former rugby player himself, was given extraordinary access to tell this story, a story of a brutal sport and even more brutal warfare.

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