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Last Mechanized Offensive a Crew Commander's Accoun. This is a very detailed account of a battle fought in 1987 on the Lomba river Angola between the forces of South Africa and Angola backed by their Cuban allies The story is told first person as a series of recollections by a crew commander of a South African ard vehicle For anyone interested in the conflict in Angola during the 1980s and also interested in the nuts and bolts of how one fights with ard vehicles in that type of environment this book is well worth reading

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Battle on the Lomba 1987 The Day a South African Armoured Battalion shattered Angola’s Last Mechanized Offensive A Crew Commander's AccountOuth African Armoured Battalion Shattered Angola's. I have not read such a moving book for a long time so much so that six months later I read it a second time Many war books are filled with gung ho and bravado but here is one written with disarming honesty and openness This little band of extremely brave young men performed nothing short of a miracle These were conscripted soldiers this was not a career of choice but a function or reality in the society they lived in Sure they were provided probably the best training in the world but within weeks of going through unspeakable horrors they were discharged into a society totally ignorant of what they had been up to and with conseuentially no understanding or sympathy The worst of all was the Army for who they had fought so bravely gave them no support whatsoever and they had to deal with their demons themselves Gentlemen I salute you one and all