Doug Stanton Audio

Military.com Podcast
Author Doug Stanton stops by the Editor's Desk to talk about Horse Soldiers, his latest book that deals with the early part of the war in Afghanistan. Doug describes the challenges that American special operators faced as they arrived in country and worked to defeat the Taliban just weeks after 9-11. And remember a guy named John Walker Lindh? Listen>>

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Michigan Writers on the Air Interview
Twelve American Special Forces soldiers are dropped into northern Afghanistan in the months following September 11, 2001. Their mission, join up with and help the Northern Alliance defeat the Taliban. On the May program Aaron Stander chats with Doug Stanton about his extraordinary new bestseller, Horse Soldiers. Listen>>

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Points North Interview
When the U.S. invaded Afghanistan in 2001, Special Forces led the way. It was the first time in U.S. history Special Forces had such a role. In his new book, Horse Soldiers, Traverse City author Doug Stanton tells the story of a band of soldiers from Fort Campbell Kentucky who fought alongside Afghans to take Mazar-e Sharif and hold it against the Taliban. Doug and General Geoffrey Lambert, retired Commander of U.S. Army Special Forces, join us this week on Points North. Listen>>

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Doug interviewed on NationalReviewOnline.com. Listen>>

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Doug Stanton interviewed on Simon & Schuster's Off the Shelf. Listen>>