Synopses & Reviews
The Tiger's Way shows in never-before-available detail how Eastern soldiers fight. As such, it could save many American lives. The Eastern soldier can do the following: (1) suddenly appear out of nowhere; (2) destroy his immediate adversary without generating additional opposition; and then (3) withdraw without a trace. By identifying similarities in how Russians, Germans, Japanese, Chinese, North Koreans, North Vietnamese, Chechens, and Afghan mujahideen fight at short range, this book provides valuable insight into how the rest of the world may have evolved tactically while America was preoccupied with technology. The Tiger's Way provides detailed instructions on how to correct this deficiency at the small-unit level.