Major-General David Fraser said the book is a story about fighting through adversity and will 'put on the record now what happened and why it happened' when Canada went to battle in Afghanistan.
Major-General David Fraser talks about his new book Operation Medusa: The furious battle that saved Afghanistan from the Taliban, and why we should read it now. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Retired Major-General. David Fraser says it was time to set the record straight on Operation Medusa, the NATO offensive he led in Afghanistan’s Kandahar province in 2006 which coalition troops couldn’t afford to lose. So he did.
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