Freedom by Lou Drendel is available
online at Squadron.com
S u m m a r y
||Soft cover, portrait format, 64
pages plus covers
||Well-chosen photos tell the story;
comprehensively captioned; packed with 225 photos (112 in full colour)
Reviewed by Rodger Kelly
One of the latest books to be released by Squadron/Signal Publications is
6123, Operation Enduring Freedom by Lou Drendel.
Enduring Freedom is a pictorial history of the opening shots of the campaign and
is divided into sections covering USAF, USMC and USN involvement.
The photos within each section appear to be carefully chosen for their clarity
as well as their ability to “tell a story” As a consequence, there are many,
many shots that show the type of close-up detail that is valuable to the
Each of the photos carries a comprehensive caption that not only describes
what is going on in the photo but read collectively, also tells you the story of
Operation Enduring Freedom.
The book contains 64 pages in A-4 format with full-colour cardboard covers.
There are 225 photos between the covers of which 112 are in full colour.
Thanks to Squadron for the review sample.
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