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Shooter : The Autobiography of the Top-Ranked Marine Sniper
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U.S. Marine Guidebook of Essential Subjects
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Corps 07: Behind the Lines (Corps)
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Corps Business : The 30 Management Principles of the U.S. Marines
Several business bestsellers in recent years have been books about warfare strategy and tactics. Sun Tsu's Art of War and Miyamoto Musashi's Book of Five Rings are titles widely recommended for insight and inspiration preparatory to corporate battle. In Corps Business, author David Freedman examines the organization and culture of the United States Marine Corps and sees "the best management training program in America."

For this book Freedman, a senior editor at Forbes ASAP and author of Brainmakers, trained with the Corps and interviewed scores of marines of every rank to discover 31 management principles "built around simple truths about human nature and the uncertainties of dynamic environments.... The Marines are used to facing entrenched enemies, short time-frames, chaotic conflicts, and unfavorable terrain --all of which have come to be hallmarks of the New Economy." Some of the ideas that Freedman encountered include Principle No. 1: "Aim for the 70-percent solution. It's better to decide quickly on an imperfect plan than to roll out a perfect plan when it's too late"; Principle No. 13: "Manage by end state and intent. Tell people what needs to be accomplished and why, and leave the details to them"; and Principle No. 21: "Establish a core identity. Everyone in the organization should feel they're performing an aspect of the same job." It's hard to argue with two centuries of battlefield success, and the wisdom and time-tested management philosophy dissected here should be a valuable prescriptive for any organization hell-bent on winning. --Scott Harrison

Retreat, Hell
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Corps 05: Line of Fire (Corps)
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Battleground: The Corps
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USMC: A Complete History (U.S. Military Series)
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Jarhead : A Marine's Chronicle of the Gulf War and Other Battles
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Silent Warrior: The Marine Sniper's Vietnam Story Continues
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The United States Marine Corps Workout, Revised Edition
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A Handsome Guy: True story of the elite Marine Scout/Snipers during the WWII Battle of Okinawa
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McCoy's Marines: Darkside to Baghdad
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Faith of Our Sons: Voices from the American Homefront -- The Wartime Diary of a Marine's Father
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Marine : A Guided Tour of a Marine Expeditionary Unit
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The Marine Corps Way: Using Maneuver Warfare to Lead a Winning Organization
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Guide to Military Careers: Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy
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Maverick Marine: General Smedley D. Butler and the Contradictions of American Military History
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Guide to Joining the Military: Air Force - Army - Coast Guard - Marine Corps - Navy (Guide to Joining the Military)
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Not Going Home Alone : A Marine's Story
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The Marine's Bible: Holman Christian Standard Bible, Marine's Bible, Burgundy, Bonded Leather with Slide-Tab Closure
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Handbook for Marine Ncos
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Boot
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American Military Patch Guide: Army, Army Air Force-Marine Corps - Navy - Civil Air Patrol, National Guard
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Marines Under Armor: The Marine Corps and the Armored Fighting Vehicle, 1916-2000
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Heroes: U.S. Marine Corps Medal of Honor Winners
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Full Circle: A Marine Rifle Company in Vietnam
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Marine Rifleman: Forty-Three Years in the Corps
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Honour Redeemed: A Markham of the Marines Novel (Markham of the Marines (Paperback))
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Guadalcanal Diary (Modern Library War)
In the summer and fall of 1942, American Marines landed on the South Pacific island of Guadalcanal and began the slow, bloody work of defeating the Japanese empire. Their landing was significant not only for the outcome of World War II, but also for the conduct of war ever since, for the invasion of Guadalcanal marked the first time that a combined air, sea, and land assault had ever been attempted. It is for that reason that tacticians and military historians study the months-long battle today, and their primary guide to that conflict is Richard Tregaskis's extraordinary Guadalcanal Diary.

A volunteer combat correspondent, Tregaskis braved much danger to bring the story of the fighting to American readers. But he was not one to celebrate his own exploits, and in the pages of his book, he centers on the brave young men from all over the United States who fought and died in appalling numbers. His attention to detail yields arresting descriptions of attacks and counterattacks, of moments of low morale and of exaltation, of moments of quiet behind the lines and of sheer terror at the very point of engagement. Tregaskis's style is unadorned and matter-of-fact, and his present-tense narrative places the reader in the thick of the battle during those "hopeless weeks."

The direct literary ancestor of books of military reportage such as Mark Bowden's Black Hawk Down and Michael Herr's Dispatches, Guadalcanal Diary is an exemplary work of journalism, and as vivid a portrait of men under fire as has ever been committed to print. --Gregory McNamee

Given Up for Dead : America's Heroic Stand at Wake Island
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CLOSE COMBAT
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The Last American Sailors: A Wild Ride in the Modern Merchant Marine
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US Marine Corps in World War I, 1917-1918 (Men-At-Arms Series, 327)
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Leading Marines
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Anyone Here a Marine?
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