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The Battle of Takur Ghar

In Military History, Featured
The battle of Takur Ghar was a tragic but important episode in the Afghan War in which seven US service members were killed and many more were wounded. Fourteen years later the battle has been picked up by the media once more as the President considers whether John Chapman, an Air Force technical sergeant, deserves to be awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions...Continue Reading

The First Afghan War 1839-42

In Military History, Featured
Richard Macrory is the author of Campaign 298: The First Afghan 1839-42 publishing on 25 August. In this blog he talks about his personal connection to the campaign, his research for this new book and the links between this 19th century conflict and the present day...Continue Reading

Interview with Leigh Neville

In Military History, Featured
Leigh Neville, one of Osprey's leading authors focusing on modern warfare, takes some time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions on his area of expertise...Continue Reading

New Artwork from April Books!

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The first artwork reveal of 2016 is here, with three beautiful plates to showcase from our April 2016 releases...Continue Reading
On 27 October 2014 British forces left Afghanistan, handing Camp Bastion in the Helmand Province over to the Afghan National Army...Continue Reading

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