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Running head: HORSE SOLDIERS
Horse Soldiers by Doug Stanton is the vivid explanation of a small Special Forces band
of soldiers who entered Afghanistan secretly and went to war through horse riding against the
Taliban. The soldiers fought the enemy across the terrain of the mountains and eventually
captured Mazar-i-Sharif city a strategically essential act to the defeat of the Taliban. The
American bone-weary soldiers were overjoyed and welcomed by Afghans as liberators on the
streets. The horse soldiers were ambushed during the surrender of the Taliban six hundred
During the war, there was the existence of the intense warfare in the urban as the
American struggled to the fortress hold. The horse soldiers’ story until today has not been told.
Doug Stanton the author received unprecedented United States cooperation from Army Special
Forces special operations and soldiers batter reports as well as helicopter pilots. On the other
hand, the author walked at the climactic battleground every inch and interviewed over a hundred
The story horse soldiers are exciting as it has characters that are unforgettable. Some of
the characters include the spying Afghan boys on Taliban, anxious wives who are unaware of
their husbands were about, Afghan cunning warlords, CIA tough operatives, and brave special
The story is beautifully written and deeply researched; Stanton's story of America's
mission to set free oppressed persons handles the mythic. The Horse Soldiers used the cavalry
warfare ancient strategies warfare and the twenty-first aerial bombardment century technology to
undertake impossible seemingly feat. Additionally, the soldiers’ careful effort makes proud the
local townspeople and civilian casualties’ avoidance proved a lesson for America's efforts.
Horse Soldiers is a thrilling and big-hearted read, with...