4 edition of Brennan"s War found in the catalog.
October 5, 1988
Written in English
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Bored with his initial duty at division headquarters, Private Brennan obtained reassignment to ``The Blues,'' a crack combat unit of the 1st Air Cavalry Division whose trademark was a blue bandanna tied around the neck.
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American soldiers but am interested in both sides and .Temperance Brennan (“Tempe” for short) is a fictional character created by anthropologist-turned-author Kathy Reichs. Like Reichs, Tempe is an anthropologist born in North Carolina, now working in Montreal.
The character has been loosely adapted into the main character for the Fox television show Bones (portrayed by Emily Deschanel).