Here, in the Washington Times:
By the time the CH-47 transport helicopter descended to 150 feet above an unprotected landing zone in Afghanistan around 2 a.m. on Aug. 6, the element of surprise had been lost.
You can read the rest, if you’d like. Or read the book, and form your own conclusions. But that opening sentence pretty much says it all. The rest of it, for those who don’t want to click through: Mistakes were made, tactics should change, 38 heroes died.
Nobody’s fault. Is the story.