I really have the itch to read a non-fictional account of modern combat operations in Afghanistan. I'm specifically looking for something that digs deep behind the scenes and tells the type of story that we rarely get from the mass media. Something drilling down into a specific mission, special forces, CIA, etc would be great. I have read Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell, and though it was pretty good, though I wasn't a particular fan of the writing style. I'm not looking for anything with a specific agenda or overtone - I just want a factual, actual, well written account of something pretty intense. Obviously our guys over there have dealt with some extraordinary circumstances, and I would like to get a better feel for how some of that has played out. Any suggestions?