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November 21, 2020

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The Best Tactical Books You Should Be Reading

These tactical books will help prepare you for the coming war. They will not only help you survive but come out the victor!

Hello, my name is Arthur and I teach people how to wage war. Today I'm going to show you which tactical books you should be reading first.

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Tactical Books/Manuals Intro

Firstly, the most recent military manuals that were made available to the public (that I know of) were written almost 20 years ago. Don't you think that the dynamics of the battlefield have changed since then? 

Not to mention that the authors of these books were limited on what they were allowed to write. Which means that those tactical books are vastly lacking in personal input and experience. As a result, you will find upon implementation that they don't quite have all the information you'll need. 

Obviously the first solution that I'm going to give to you are the tactical books that I have written. They were specifically created to help you train and prepare for modern and realistic wartime scenarios.

That being said, I encourage you to aid your study with other books as well.

Note: These tactical books are not recommendations based off of affiliates. I am NOT making any money by sharing this information with you.

Tactical Books You Should Read Next

Below you will find a list of links for the tactical books that I have mentioned in the video above. I encourage you to watch all of the video so that you can get a better idea of how to implement this knowledge.

Us army guerrilla warfare handbook

How to fight with small numbers and limited assets. Plus it helps you see the overall picture.

us army improvised munitions handbook

This is an interesting start, but you will find it greatly lacking when you actually try to use the info it provides.

Us army special forces handbook

This tactical book covers a wide range of topics from survival to air operations. 

Us army Survival Manual

I recommend you put this book in your BOG bag. There is so much useful info in here that you're not going to be able to remember it all.

Us army scout platoon

This is Recon's  Infantry Tactics beginner book. A lot of large scale stuff, but will still be helpful to small team operations. 

Us army sniper training

If you know how a sniper works, it'll make it easier to find one if they target you or your men.

Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

Not only is this book an interesting read, it is chock full of creative and deadly wartime tactics for small teams with limited assets. And its based on real men and real situations that they faced in WW2.

Being George Washington 

Partially Quoted Overview: "This book is not just about being George Washington in 1776, it's about the struggle to be him every single day of our lives. Understanding the way he turned himself from an uneducated farmer into the Indispensable (yet imperfect) Man, is the only way to build a new generation of George Washingtons that can take on the extraordinary challenges that America is once again facing."

The First Great Conspiracy

Partially Quoted Overview: "Taking place during the most critical period of our nation's birth, The First Conspiracy tells a remarkable and previously untold piece of American history that not only reveals George Washington's character, but also illuminates the origins of America's counterintelligence movement that led to the modern day CIA."

You need to read this to understand how Disinformation, Misinformation, and Spy Craft all work.

T.E. Lawrence

Talk about not having assets or men! Yet he still prevailed. He literally liberated Sadi Arabia with 6 guys. T.E. Lawrence is known as the father to modern day Guerilla Warfare, as well as the father to the CIA's tactics for overthrowing governments. Honestly, what we are seeing today in America is a modified version of that he did in WW1.

The Swamp Fox

This guy started out all by himself. I will tell you that they didn't call him a fox for no reason. Francis Marion was a genius of his time. This will totally help you in your leadership as well as understanding the big game. 


You're not going to get all of your answers from just one book. And you're not going to get any answers at all if you don't try using the knowledge you gain during training and eventually real-life wartime scenarios. Furthermore, you're not going to know what works for you and what doesn't unless you research it. 

Share Your Favorite Tactical Books

Am I missing a book from my list? Share it in a comment below.

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