Canada's Secret Commandos: The Unauthorized Story of Joint Task Force Two

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Esprit de Corps Books, 2002 - Commando troops - 231 pages
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"Award winning journalist David Pugliese tells you everything the government doesn't want you to know about the most secret unit in the Canadian military today - Joint Task Force Two. Canada's Secret Commandos goes behind the scenes in uncovering the missions, training and inner workings of this country's version of the SAS. It reveals the unit's most secretive plans, including details about a bid to rescue Canadian peacekeepers held hostage in Bosnia, an even more dangerous scheme to launch an attack on terrorists in Peru and commando missions in Nepal and the Central African Republic. It also details Warrior Society in Ontario and Quebec as well as natives in British Columbia."--pub. website.

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