47 Fiction Books in the Order as Written
“When you hear a story, you remember. That is the African way of teaching and it works. We tell stories and get results.
When you see the PowerPoint slides so beloved by Western Militaries, you forget within minutes and fall asleep.
We don’t do boring and we count success by results, not money wasted or tons of bombs dropped. Why, because we want to win at any cost payable by the enemy. And we always do. We are the best operators, most elite, by far. We understand war, counterterrorism, and counterinsurgency, in this theatre, better than any other outfit. Yet we are virtually unknown in the West. That is the secret of our success. We know the enemy and Allied Forces, they know nothing of us...”
Major Geoffrey Foxtrot to GMJ.
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“Price is what you pay. Value is what you gain in knowledge.”
Major General Angelique Dawson-Foxtrot to GMJ years ago.
“She was spot on, as always. No one reads a GMJ Book without learning something or so I am told... but I paid dearly for the knowledge. When I walked out of operations, they asked me what will you do? I said I wanted to be normal. They said it is impossible, that I am not normal, I was chosen, born to be special, for the Great Game. No one walks out of operations. I said I wanted to be normal.
An older colleague stopped me, we shook hands, and he said, if you want to be normal, find love, find a good woman that will love you no matter what. You will slowly become what is in your DNA and not your training. I asked him, if you know this, why didn’t you walk away years before? He said he could not find a woman to love him that much. He died a few weeks later in an operation in Burkina Faso.”
GMJ to Rebecca, the One, August 2018.