A Company of Heroes: Personal Memories About the Real Band of Brothers and the Legacy They Left Us (May, $24.95) by Marcus Brotherton. The families of deceased members share remembrances of their loved ones.
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The D-Day Experience (Mar., $29.95) by Richard Holmes recounts the largest amphibious invasion in history.
Erich von Manstein: Hitler's Master Strategist (Mar., $32.95) by Benoit Lemay analyzes what kept the German general harnessed to his dark cause.
In the Cockpit II (May, $26.99) by the National Air and Space Museum presents 32 noteworthy cockpits of famous planes.
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Kaboom: Embracing the Suck in a Savage Little War (Apr., $24.95) by Matthew Gallagher considers the experience of a U.S. captain in Iraq who was ordered to shut down his blog. 50,000 first printing.
The Pacific (Mar., $26.95) by Hugh Ambrose complements the HBO miniseries spotlighting men who fought in WWII.
Greetings from Afghanistan, Send More Ammo: Dispatches from Taliban Country (June, $24.95) by Benjamin Tupper reports the front-line realities.
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From Storm to Freedom (Apr., $37.95) by John R. Ballard traces the history of America's war with Iraq, from Operation Desert Storm to Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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Naval Miscellany (Apr., $15.95) by Angus Konstam corrals a collection of facts, curiosities, and trivia concerning America's naval past.
The Roman Army (June, $25.95) by Chris McNab surveys the organization, equipment, tactics, and battles.
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War (May, $26.99) by Sebastian Junger takes readers through the battlefields in Afghanistan—as soldiers really live it. 150,000 first printing.
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A Morning in June: Defending Outpost Harry (Apr., $29.95) by James W. Evans views the Korean conflict through the eyes of a soldier grappling with the aftermath.
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When Janey Comes Marching Home: Portraits of Women Combat Veterans (May, $35) by Laura Browder, photos by Sascha Pflaeging, juxtaposes 48 images with oral histories of women fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Cataclysm: General Hap Arnold and the Defeat of Japan (May, $24.95) by Herman S. Wolk concentrates on the general's leadership during the Pacific war.
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Voices from the Vietnam War: Stories from American, Asian, and Russian Veterans (June, $35) by Xiaobing Li. Twenty-two personal narratives humanize and contextualize the war's events.
Islands of Hell: The U.S. Marines in the Western Pacific, 1944—1945 (Mar., $50) by Eric Hammel presents a photographic history of the campaign for the Marianas, Peleiu, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa.
Road of 10,000 Pains: The Destruction of the 2nd NVA Division by the U.S. Marines, 1967 (Apr., $30) by Otto Lehrack.