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    PDF FREE Redeployment â Phil Klay Review Ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Phil Klay Phil Klay Ò 2 Free read The writing here is excellent and this offers a necessary look at war and its effects but there is a sameness across the stories that I didn't love By the end of the book not one character was distinct in my mind

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    Read Redeployment Phil Klay Ò 2 Free read PDF FREE Redeployment â Phil Klay Realism is masterfully achieved in this collection of short stories All the short stories are alike in the theme of our modern war They're to

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    PDF FREE Redeployment â Phil Klay Irritating Annoying Draining Wayyyyyyy too much profanity The 'in house' jargon acronyms were absurd I'm not familiar with complex military terminology Much of this 'audible' came off feeling like ramblings It wasn't easy to difficult to follow This wasn't a book I was dying to read making things clear upfront however it's the new chosen pick for my local book clubso I was game I downloaded this book from my library on

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    PDF FREE Redeployment â Phil Klay Review Ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Phil Klay Phil Klay Ò 2 Free read In “Redeployment” Phil Klay a former Marine who served in Ira grapples with a different war but aims for a similar effect showing us the myriad human manifestations that result from the collision of young heavily armed Americans with a fractured and deeply foreign country that very few of them even remotely understand Klay succeeds brilliantly capturing on an intimate scale the ways in which the war in Ira evoked a uniue array of emoti

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    PDF FREE Redeployment â Phil Klay Veteran's Day November 11thTo all our War Veterans with tremendous appreciation and pride a heartfelt Thank You for your bravery and steely character not just on the battlefield but in resuming Life after it There are two ways to tell the story Funny or sad Guys like it funny with lots of gore and a grin on your face when you get to the end Girls like it sad with a thousand yard stare out to the distance as yo

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    PDF FREE Redeployment â Phil Klay In these dozen stories Klay draws from his own experience as a US Marine captain to give us one of the most compelling depictions to date of t

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    PDF FREE Redeployment â Phil Klay “Believing war is beyond words is an abrogation of responsibility — it lets civilians off the hook from trying to understand and veterans off the hook from needing to explain You don’t honor someone by telling them “I can never imagine what you’ve been through” Instead listen to their story and try to imagine being in it no matter how hard or uncomfortable that feels If the past 10 years have taugh

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    Phil Klay Ò 2 Free read PDF FREE Redeployment â Phil Klay For those of you keeping score American Sniper 1 starRedeployment 5 starsRedeployment is everything you want in a war book an unflinching look at the disconnect between the people fighting and the country sending them to fight It's smart in every way that American Sniper is over simplistic showcasing the ins and outs of war with sensitivity and nuance whereas American Sniper practically screams F yeah Let's kill savages in the nam

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Phil Klay Ò 2 Free read Redeployment Free read Å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Un soldat en Irak doit abattre des chiens ui se nourrissent de cadavres puis uelues mois après reprendre place sur son canapé dans une banlieue résidentielle où femme et labrador l’attendent Un marine affecté aux “Affaires mortuaires” identifie transporte et inhume des combattants indistinctement Irakiens et Amé. The writing here is excellent and this offers a necessary look at war and its effects but there is a sameness across the stories that I didn t love By the end of the book not one character was distinct in my mind

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Phil Klay Ò 2 Free read Redeployment Free read Å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ricains Pendant ce temps un jeune officier se voit assigner la tâche absurde d’améliorer la vie des civils en leur apprenant à jouer au base ball Dans Fin de mission Phil Klay emmène le lecteur sur les lignes de front de l’Irak et de l’Afghanistan Il cherche à comprendre ce ui s’est passé là bas mais aussi su. Veteran s Day November 11thTo all our War Veterans with tremendous appreciation and pride a heartfelt Thank You for your bravery and steely character not just on the battlefield but in resuming Life after it There are two ways to tell the story Funny or sad Guys like it funny with lots of gore and a grin on your face when you get to the end Girls like it sad with a thousand yard stare out to the distance as you gaze upon the horrors of war they can t uite see Phil Klay RedeploymentThe Ira conflict is clearly emerging as the war narrative of our country With its highly sophisticated and damaging weaponry our veterans are left with the intense stories of the ill gotten complex myriad of physically and psychologically devastating injuries Redeployment is a raw gut wrenching dis embowelling short story collection focused on the Marine s tour in Fallujah a window through which to view the Ira experience from the most important perspective through the eyes of those who served there These vivid portraits detail palpitating combat action in the call of duty undeniable courage and loyalty to one s fellow soldier intense stories of the war hero who is sometimes the antihero his disenchantment from the glorified myth that the American soldier went to war and came back all the stronger for the experience the dehumanization effect of war indelibly sketched between the lines the devastating battle wounds and deep psychological scars the shattering impact and permanent damage to both soldiers and civilians lives stories that end in the silent uestion of the soldier s intact morality and wholesome future In the streets firefights sniper attacks gore and guts gas bloated dead hajji in the sun unseeing eyes bulging toward the sky It could have been you but he got fuckedInsurgent hiding in the stinking pool of liuid shit waiting to fire on you as you turn your back You saw him first so he got fuckedLittle Irai faces peering out a window the mother screaming in horror the fourteen year old kid obliterated by your rifle fire Never mind he was holding an AK it was either him or you and he got fuckedYou did what you had to do to survive maybe injured civilians in the process Bombs missiles IED s bone shattering rounds torture scattered limbs seared flesh You survived but you still got fuckedHome now No sleep When it fitfully comes you return to the battlefield in dreams and odd memories When I thought back on it there were the memories I had and the stories I told and they sort of sat together in my mind the stories becoming stronger every time I retold them feeling and true Wounds too deep so much pain it hurts too much A human being in enough pain is just a screaming animalNo one comes home from the war unchangedOn coming home did our governmental institution expect it to be a calm and easy transition into the after life for you You re now an unemployed or unemployable war vet have they nonchalantly condemned you to subsist on the inevitable artificial life support of Disability or the stuporous numbness of perpetual inadeuate medical managementPhil Klay noticeably avoids taking political positions that would have interfered with his true purpose the human experience of the war itself uite frankly too many troops did not fully grasp why they were even there Klay contrasts the gravity of this war of ambiguous missions with the injection of some levity for example revealing the farcical projects like building irrelevant flawed infrastructure or the circumlocution in providing medical care and jobs for Irai women still in an oppressed society based on their religion Klay s writing is powerful and compelling most of all realistic I can t recommend this book highly enough Redeployment might probably become a modern war classic In any event it has my vote

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Phil Klay Ò 2 Free read Redeployment Free read Å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Rtout comment vivent ceux ui sont rentrés Entre brutalité et foi culpabilité et peur impuissance et besoin de survie les vétérans cherchent un sens à donner au chaos auuel ils ont réchappé Écrit avec un réalisme pur et dur ce livre fait de Phil Klay l’une des nouvelles voix les plus talentueuses de sa générati. Believing war is beyond words is an abrogation of responsibility it lets civilians off the hook from trying to understand and veterans off the hook from needing to explain You don t honor someone by telling them I can never imagine what you ve been through Instead listen to their story and try to imagine being in it no matter how hard or uncomfortable that feels If the past 10 years have taught us anything it s that in the age of an all volunteer military it is far too easy for Americans to send soldiers on deployment after deployment without making a serious effort to imagine what that means We can do better After War a Failure of the Imagination By PHIL KLAY New York Times Sunday Review FEB 8 2014In his searing collection Redeployment winner of the 2014 National Book Award Phil Klay strips the wartime experience of everything that makes us congratulate ourselves for our nation s bravery dispels any romantic notion we have of soldiers in combat and empties our hearts of hope that we have not done grave even irreparable damage to the bodies and minds of these young men and women We shot dogs Not by accident We did it on purpose and we called it Operation Scooby I m a dog person so I thought about that a lot And so opens Redeployment with its eponymous story The collection offers voices of men nearly all Marines some speaking from home others still in Ira each offering a distinct and visceral reflection of his war experience There is the adrenaline rush of combat rife with acronyms and Oo rahs fuck and blood in Frago Ten Kliks South and After Action Report The latter shows how missions can be twisted and misremembered as one soldier claims responsibility for something he did not do to spare a buddy the conseuences of truth But the conseuences of war do not spare any of the soldiers The stories of veterans returned home affected me the most for it is here that our failure of these volunteers is the starkest The training for war is planned and executed with precision the plan for the soldiers once they no longer have a leader and a mission is almost non existent and their emotional wounds are left to fester The young man in Bodies collected the bodies of the dead not only was he an outcast in war the lowest member of the military caste system but he returns home to a girlfriend who rejects him for having enlisted in the first place He belongs nowhere and his loneliness is crushing The black humor between two friends in War Stories is painful and tender one young man is so disfigured from his burn wounds he and his buddy both know he won t win even a pity fuck from the ugly girls in the bar Money as a Weapons System is a window into the surreal Who s on first world of government bureaucracy as told by a baffled Foreign Service Officer Prayer in the Furnace is the author at his most tender and philosophical writing in the voice of a chaplain who believes he has knowledge of war crimes His attempts to bring the transgressions to the attention of those in authority and his attempts to bring God to the attention of the soldiers force the reader to reconsider morality and judgment There s a perversity in me that when I talk to conservatives makes me want to bash the war and when I talk to liberals defend it That s how an Ira veteran now student at Amherst explains his ambivalence about his service His story takes a twist he s a Copt an Egyptian Christian who grew up in the shadow of 911 As America deepened its mistrust of anyone who looks Middle Eastern the underlying assumption being that Middle Eastern Muslim Enemy his father became a gung ho Fox News conservative to deal with the prejudice His son joined the military in a perverse need to both please and hurt his father What elevates these stories above voyeurism and shock value is Phil Klay s pitch perfect writing His ear for dialogue his eye for detail offering just enough poetry in his prose to seduce but not to saturate and the immediacy and emotion of his characters voices reveal the power this young writer wields in his pen These are masterfully crafted stories of war walking in the same footsteps as Tim O Brien Ernest Hemingway and Wilfred Owen before him but with a vision all his ownAs I write this review the Senate Intelligence Committee is at long last issuing a report on the Central Intelligence Agency s program to detain and interrogate terrorism suspects in the years after the Sept 11 attacks The report is a damning indictment on the techniues used by the CIA techniues the report identifies as torture Former Vice President Dick Cheney is already spinning away calling these enhanced interrogation techniues lawful and justified After all these were members of the Axis of Evil determined to undermine peace justice and the merricun wayI wonder if any of the men and women who made the decision to lead our country into war with Ira has the courage to read Phil Klay s Redeployment I wonder if any of these politicians has the courage to understand what their war has done to the soldiers who volunteered to serve in their name If the past 10 years have taught us anything it s that in the age of an all volunteer military it is far too easy for Americans to send soldiers on deployment after deployment without making a serious effort to imagine what that means We can do better Phil Klay