the life of an australian counter-insurgency expert
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Ted Sarong was one of the most original and original of the Australian Army's planners in the post-war period. He re-established the jungle training centre at Canungra in the 1950s and developed the Australian Army's doctrine of counter-insurgency warfare.
In 1962 he led the Australian Army Training Team Vietnam to Saigon. On the completion of that assignment, he continued with the CIA as an advisor to Presidents Kennedy, Nixon and Ford.
This major new biography explores the fascinating career of the Australian Army's most mysterious commander.