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Seen it before, but enjoyed a different author.
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2020
Another author's take on the use of powered armor introduced by my favorite sci-fi author, Robert Heinlein. This updated novel is more on the politically correct side of things. The author tries his best to infuse the cultures of both the Marine Corps and Army Airborne in this book. An AIRBORNE soldiers perspective is that if your not a jumper then your a leg, fancy title, unit or branch of service be damned. The author makes this abundantly clear in this nove!. The idea of space marines serving as drop troopers didn't set to well with me but I still read the book. The first sergeant having gone through rejuvenation treatment reminded me of some of John Ringo' s military sci-fi novels. Women in combat units is here to stay. As long as they pull their weight and soldier, I've got no problem with it. I'm looking forward to the next book, already pre purchased it. Being airborne is like being a virgin, your either one of the other, there is no I'm between, nuff said!!!!