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Hunting the Jackal

A Special Forces and CIA Ground Soldier's Fifty-Year Career Hunting America's Enemies

Author: Billy Waugh

Publisher: Harper Collins

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 368

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Spanning more than five decades, here is a riveting true account of fighting America’s enemies around the world—told by the soldier/operative who was there I am not a hero. Billy Waugh has lurked in the shadows and on the periphery of many of the most significant events of the past half-century on active duty with U.S. Army Special Forces and the CIA fighting enemies of the United States. In Hunting the Jackal, this legendary warrior reveals the extraordinary events of his life and career, offering a point-by-point eyewitness account of the historical events in which he participated. Serving in Korea and Vietnam, Waugh was among the first Green Berets in 1963. He has helped train Libyan commandos in the Sahara Desert, while spying on Russian missile sites in Benghazi, and has worked against Caribbean drug runners. He was the first CIA operative to watch Osama Bin Laden in Khartoum “from a spot close enough to kill him had I been allowed,” and tracked him over the course of two years. In 1994 he found the notorious Carlos the Jackal in Sudan, and tailed him until he was captured—a story that until now has never been told. And, just last year, at age 72, Waugh was on the ground in Afghanistan with a joint SpecForces/CIA unit. This is his remarkable true story.

Hunting the Jackal

A Special Forces and CIA Soldier's Fifty Years on the Frontlines of the War Against Terrorism

Author: Billy Waugh

Publisher: Avon

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 368

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For more than half a century, Special Forces and CIA legend Billy Waugh dedicated his life to tracking down and eliminating America's most virulent enemies. Operating from the darkest shadows and most desolate corners of the world, he made his mark in many of the most important operations in the annals of U.S. Spec Ops. He spent seven and a half years behind enemy lines in Vietnam as a member of a covert group of elite commandos. He trailed Osama Bin Laden in Khartoum in the early '90s, and would have killed the terrorist kingpin if his superiors had allowed it. And at the age of seventy-two, he marched through the frozen high plains of Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. Hunting the Jackal is the astonishing true account of the singular career of a courageous soldier in his nation's shadow wars -- including his pivotal role in the previously untold story of the capture of the most infamous and elusive assassin in history, Carlos the Jackal.

Hunting the Jackal

Author: Julien McBain

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Lion Hunting and Sporting Life in Algeria

Author: Jules Gérard

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Category: Hunting

Page: 239

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Lion Hunting and Sporting Life in Algeria

Author: Cecile Jules Basile GÉRARD

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Hunting the Jackal

Author: Billy Waugh

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Waugh tells the inside story of hunting America's enemies and fighting on the frontlines against terrorism while serving in special forces and the CIA for 50 years and in more than 60 countries.

Hunting the Jackal

Author: Seressia Glass

Publisher: Harlequin

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Category: Fiction

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A newcomer to the clan, jackal shifter Amarie has tried to deflect the interest of male jackals, hiding a secret that could destroy her prospects as a mate. But she can't deny that warriors Kurik and Rashon, who have forged their own relationship, fuel her sensual fantasies. Despite his strong bond with Kurik, Rashon's heart has made room for Amarie—and he wants to make to room for her in their bed, too. At first Kurik fears losing his lover, but the temptation of sharing her as their mate is too tempting to resist. And if any female can handle two virile jackal guards, it's Amarie…

'Criminal' Tribes of Punjab

Author: Birinder Pal Singh

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Social Science

Page: 151

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First published in 2010. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Algeria in 1845

A Visit to the French Possessions in Africa

Author: Saint-Marie (count.)

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Category: Algeria

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Jackal's Dance

Author: Beverley Harper

Publisher: Pan Australia

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Category: Fiction

Page: 688

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'Agony exploded in her knee. She staggered, tried to keep going, then nearly fell as a shocking pain rushed up her leg. Confusion and fear swamped her senses, escape suddenly essential. The tuskless cow turned and hobbled away, each step agonising torture. Her front right knee joint had been shattered by the single copper-jacketed bullet. Man, her hated enemy, had just handed out a death sentence. . .' As the rangers and staff of a luxury lodge in Etosha National Park, Namibia welcome the last guests of the season, thoughts are predominantly on the three-month break ahead. Except for Sean, who is fighting his growing attraction for the manager's wife, Thea. Camping in the park nearby, Professor Eben Kruger has his work cut out keeping the attention of the university students in his charge on the behavioural habits of the cunning jackal. None of them could ever be prepared for the horrendous events about to take place. Each will be pushed to breaking point as the quest for survival becomes the only thing that matters. Shocking, gripping, breathtaking. Beverley Harper's outstanding new novel is a guaranteed bestseller.

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