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Ieutenant Colonel Jay Kopelman from the emotional ravages of warFrom hardened Marines to war time journalists to endangered Irai citizens From Baghdad With Love tells an unforgettable true story of an unlikely band of heroes who learn unexpected lessons about life death and war from a mangy little flea ridden refugee. Powerful story of Marines in combat and the dog they rescue from certain death The Book of Beginnings ravages of warFrom hardened Marines to war time journalists to endangered Irai citizens From Baghdad With Love tells an unforgettable true story of an unlikely band of heroes who learn unexpected lessons about life death and war from a mangy little flea The Homelanders (The Homelanders, ridden Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. refugee. Powerful story of Marines in combat and the dog they Burning Attraction rescue from certain death

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From Baghdad With Love A Marine the War and a Dog Named Lava

When Marines enter an abandoned house in Fallujah Ira and hear a suspicious noise they clench their weapons edge around the corner and prepare to open fire What they find during the US led attack on the most dangerous city on Earth however is not an insurgent bent on revenge but a tiny puppy left behind when most of. This is a beautiful story about people in bleak and soul poisoning situations trying to find something life affirming that will help them hold up and keep going People who are surrounded by war grinding poverty disasters and personal tragedies all have these needs in common like the rest of humanity just soThis is a memoir by a Marine then Major Jay Kopelman of how his unit adopted an abandoned puppy they came across in the middle of the battle of Falujah one of the worst in terms of brutal house by house and room by room fighting through a whole city since Hue during Tet 1968 and Stalingrad in World War II They took the puppy in because having him around made them feel good and named him Lava because their unit s nickname was Lava Dogs They knew they were violating a policy the military takes pretty seriously banning units adopting animals other than military working dogs and the author in particular as the highest ranking officer involved knew he was risking his career for this dog He did though up to and including coordinating a complex plan to smuggle Lava back the States and adopt him there when he came back himselfIt s well written often hilarious but not eliding over the horror and brutality of the Ira war As a still serving senior officer now Lieutenant Colonel Kopelman is surprisingly frank and cynical about the politics behind the war the non existent WMDs and the corruption and incompetence of the Coalition Provisional Authority and often the Irai military his unit was trying to train It also captures beautifully the subculture of the Marine Corps with all its irreverence bluntness gallows humor and freuently surreal nature When I finished reading it I was crying My wife asked why I told her it was partly because I love animals and this one reminded me of a dog I loved and lost to cancer many years ago now and partly because it brought home to me how much I still miss the Marine Corps I retired 16 years ago and have had a full and rewarding life since but it will always be where I grew up and a second family to meIf you like animals military people moving memoirs weird humor or all of the above read this book How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim revenge but a tiny puppy left behind when most of. This is a beautiful story about people in bleak and soul poisoning situations trying to find something life affirming that will help them hold up and keep going People who are surrounded by war grinding poverty disasters and personal tragedies all have these needs in common like the Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic room by A Daddy for Christmas ranking officer involved knew he was Banned in Britain risking his career for this dog He did though up to and including coordinating a complex plan to smuggle Lava back the States and adopt him there when he came back himselfIt s well written often hilarious but not eliding over the horror and brutality of the Ira war As a still serving senior officer now Lieutenant Colonel Kopelman is surprisingly frank and cynical about the politics behind the war the non existent WMDs and the corruption and incompetence of the Coalition Provisional Authority and often the Irai military his unit was trying to train It also captures beautifully the subculture of the Marine Corps with all its irreverence bluntness gallows humor and freuently surreal nature When I finished Hour of the Beast reading it I was crying My wife asked why I told her it was partly because I love animals and this one Dictionary Of Dreams reminded me of a dog I loved and lost to cancer many years ago now and partly because it brought home to me how much I still miss the Marine Corps I The Love of a Latino retired 16 years ago and have had a full and Other Days, Other Eyes rewarding life since but it will always be where I grew up and a second family to meIf you like animals military people moving memoirs weird humor or all of the above Deception Island read this book

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The city’s population fled before the bombing Despite military law that forbids the keeping of pets the Marines de flea the pup with kerosene de worm him with chewing tobacco and fill him up on Meals Ready to EatThus begins the dramatic rescue attempt of a dog named Lava and Lava’s rescue of at least one Marine L. It was a heartwarming dog story written by a Lieutenant Colonel in the Marines Since this takes place in Ira during the war it is not all sweetness Burning Attraction rescue attempt of a dog named Lava and Lava’s The Numbers Game rescue of at least one Marine L. It was a heartwarming dog story written by a Lieutenant Colonel in the Marines Since this takes place in Ira during the war it is not all sweetness


10 thoughts on “From Baghdad With Love A Marine the War and a Dog Named Lava

  1. says:

    When the group of Marines discovered the abandoned puppy during a mission in Fallujah Ira they named the 5 week old pup Lava – against regulations and every rule in the book they adopted him; and every one of them fell in love with the adorable scrap of mischiefJay Kopelman was a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps – tough strong and deeply into the Marine brotherhood nevertheless he was damned if he

  2. says:

    Opening line I don't remember exactly when I got to the house that served as our command post in the northwest sector of Fallujah and I don't remember exactly how I got thereThis was a surprisingly great read that held me captivated from beginning to end and I've been recommending it like crazy to all my friends FROM BAGHDAD WITH L

  3. says:

    This is a beautiful story about people in bleak and soul poisoning situations trying to find something life affirming that will help them hold up and keep going People who are surrounded by war grinding poverty disasters and

  4. says:

    The parts about the dog rescue were sweet This little dog was adopted and taken care of by American soldiers when they discovered he had been abandoned in a building He looks like such a cutie The account given about the sol

  5. says:

    Like the everyone around Lava I found myself sucked into him I get how the puppy won over the hard Marine how the dog helped everyone keep a little sane and a sense of home when doing a horrible job I was glad to see this one have a happy ending

  6. says:

    It was a heartwarming dog story written by a Lieutenant Colonel in the Marines Since this takes place in Ira during the war it is not

  7. says:

    Powerful story of Marines in combat and the dog they rescue from certain death

  8. says:

    I give this book 4 stars Although the military brass and the hordes of brains and suits at the Pentagon don’t like military members

  9. says:

    I read the first half of this a month ago and then what with one thing and another couldn't seem to get back to it I was thinking this meant that it wasn't terribly compelling but earlier today when I was sitting in a waiting room with nothing to do finally finish reading it I had to try not to cry in great big heaving sobs even though it would have given all the people who forgot to bring a book something to look atJay Kopelman was a Ma

  10. says:

    This book was incredibly heart wrenching hopeful and disturbingWhat the military has done to our soldiers to prevent them from feeling compassio

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