The_Ochelli_Effect_5-8-2014 Guest Larry Hancock
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Noted JFK Author Larry Hancock
Discusses "Shadow Warfare"

(From Larry Hancocks Worppress website)

Shadow Warfare deals with the operational history of American covert warfare, from its genesis in the days before WWII though the Cold War and into the current operations against jihadi terrorism and insurgencies. We tried very hard to be “balanced” with the book, letting the history speak for itself and simply bringing up the risks and issues associated with undeclared warfare. If you are interested in tradecraft, logistics, financing, covers and tactics – you will find them in Shadow Warfare. After a few hundred pages, they become familiar, and somewhat repetitive. If you want to know when and how “deniability” worked, and if it was worth the time and expense, you will find that as well. In addition, as we move from the Cold War into the War on Terror and contemporary operations, we deal with the new types of military/intelligence organizations and the weapons that are so much a part of contemporary operations. Shadow Warfare begins in 1939 and concludes with events as recent as September, 2013.

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