Articles by Richard S. Lowry
Posted on Feb 22, 2011 in War College
An updated excerpt from ‘The Gulf War Chronicles” describes how, on the second day of ground attacks during Operation Desert Storm, U.S. Marine lieutenant Eddie Ray stalled an Iraqi onslaught, using the 25-mm cannon in his LAV. Then, he counterattacked.
Posted on Nov 22, 2010 in War College
During the sixth anniversary of Operation Phantom Fury, the battle to free Fallujah, Iraq, from insurgents’ control, Richard S. Lowry tells what American forces faced, with an excerpt from his book, New Dawn: The Battles for Fallujah.
Posted on May 12, 2010 in Books and Movies
A preliminary look at New Dawn, Richard S. Lowry’s new book about the Battle for Fallujah, Operation Phantom Fury, in Iraq.
Posted on Nov 4, 2009 in War College
Operation Phantom Fury, the second battle for Fallujah, was the largest battle of the Second Gulf War. Author Richard S. Lowry examines the fight on its fifth anniversary.
Posted on Apr 28, 2006 in Armchair Reading, Front Page Features
We are pleased to present an extract from Richard Lowry’s latest book, focusing on seven bloody days in Iraq.
Posted on Jun 15, 2004 in War College
The following is an excerpt from the newly published book; The Gulf War Chronicles by Richard S. Lowry. It follows the 1st Armored Division in Desert Storm as they assault an Iraqi force.
Posted on Apr 7, 2004 in War College
March 23rd was the first anniversary of Task Force Tarawa?s bloody battle at An Nasiriyah. One year later, it remains the costliest day of our struggle in Iraq.
Posted on Feb 3, 2004 in Books and Movies
On February 26, 1991 the 2d Armored Cavalry Regiment led the U.S. Army?s Armored VII Corps into one of the largest armored battles the world has ever seen.