Christopher (Moon) Mullins

A former paratrooper with service in the 82nd Airborne Division, Long Range Recon (F Co 51st Inf), and 5th Special Forces Comms Support (B-Team), Christopher (Moon) Mullins retired from the US Army in 2000 after 20 years. He holds an Associate's Degree from Georgia Military College as well as Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in IT from Kaplan University. In 2016, Moon published a book about his father's service in World War II titled, Lucky Mullins, available on Amazon.com. He reviews books for ARgunners.com, Casemate Publishing, Pen and Sword, Osprey, Oxford Press, and independent publishers as well. Chris just published his third book,The History of the 82nd Signal Battalion in WWI and WWII. Chris is married to Bhavna Mullins and they make their home near Atlanta Georgia, in the US.

REVIEW: The Sniper Anthology – Snipers of the Second World War

The impressive list of contributors to The Sniper Anthology includes Mark Spicer writing on Harry M. Furness, the last surviving British sniper who went ashore on D-Day; Martin Pegler, who details the famous Soviet sniper Vassili Zaitsev; Adrian Gilbert on the Wehrmacht sharpshooter and lone wolf Sepp Allerberger; and Roger Moorhouse on Simo Hayha, the …

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REVIEW: The Saint Mihiel Offensive 12-16 September- The Americans

Maarten Otte’s book covers the story of the American Participation in the World War One Saint Mihiel Offensive.  The Americans entered the war late and although unproven in battle they quickly became a formidable force in their own right. With Pershing leading the American Forces he negotiated with the Allies to ensure he commanded his …

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REVIEW: European Counter-Terrorist Units 1972–2017

Elite Series 220 Each book in the Elite series focuses on a single army or elite unit, military tactics or a group of famous commanders. Military uniforms, insignia and equipment are shown in full color artwork. Elite Books cover the full spectrum of military history, examining the greatest armies, units and commanders of the ancient, …

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REVIEW: US Army Rangers 1898-2015 – Panama to Afghanistan

Elite Series 212 Each book in the Elite series focuses on a single army or elite unit, military tactics or a group of famous commanders. Military uniforms, insignia and equipment are shown in full color artwork. Elite Books cover the full spectrum of military history, examining the greatest armies, units and commanders of the ancient, …

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REVIEW: Raiders from New France North American Forest Warfare Tactics, 17th–18th Centuries

Elite Series 229 Each book in the Elite series focuses on a single army or elite unit, military tactics or a group of famous commanders. Military uniforms, insignia and equipment are shown in full color artwork. Elite Books cover the full spectrum of military history, examining the greatest armies, units and commanders of the ancient, …

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REVIEW: Killing Bin Laden – Operation Neptune Spear 2011

Osprey Publishing, Raid Series, Raid 45. Author – Peter Panzeri Jr. Peter’s book provides a very detailed accounting of events leading up to, during, and after the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan in 2011. This raid was the crowning jewel for US Special Forces in the 21st Century. Working through adversity during …

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REVIEW: Keystone of 22 SAS – The life and times of Lt Colonel JM (Jock) Woodhouse

Alan’s long overdue book on Jock Woodhouse and the formative years of the SAS portrays a man dedicated to the Regiment from day one. Written by a fellow SAS officer, Alan Hoe, this book provides extraordinary details on the life and times of Jock Woodhouse as he worked hard to ensure the SAS would have …

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