by Mary Roach
The “Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War” is an informative book behind the curtain of military science. Mary Roach is the author of this scientific research book. Her books to date have a deal with cadavers, surviving the interplanetary flight, the afterlife, the physics and chemistry of sex, and the human digestive tract. Her latest book Grunt, Mary Roach reveals about to military science, specifically the science-based efforts by the U.S. defence establishment to clothe, how to train, armour, and healing of soldiers. She tells how to protect sailors and airmen from every manner of wound and loss of function. The Unfamiliar and uncomfortable topics of Grunt book, such as battlefield hearing loss, shark repellent, bird strikes on aeroplanes and diarrhoea in the story.
With the help of this book, you will learn why the Army’s uniform designers crafted custom-designed tops for snipers, zipper on the side instead of the front, no buttons and pockets on the sleeves for easy access. Additionally, Mary Roach has written eight books of science journalism. Her work has garnered several awards and been shortlisted for many more. All in all, Grunt is an informative book behind the curtain of military science.