‘Swords of Lightning’ the Legend of ODA 595

Before the 9/11 attacks, then-Captain Mark Nutsch never expected to use horseback riding, a skill he learned growing up on a Kansas ranch, in battle.

Now 20 years later, Mark and co-authors Bob Pennington and Jim DeFelice have released a first-person account from behind the lines.

Mark and Jim joined RFD-TV’S Janet Adkison to talk about their book. For the first time, it will offer never-before-revealed details about their time and how it parallels what’s going on currently in Ukraine.

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