The Gulf War Chronicles: A Military History of the First War With Iraq is a book by Richard S. Lowry.
Dedicated to the men and woman who served in the Gulf War, this provides the thorough story of the war. From the fist night to the second day, to the ground war and the end, the book provides a day-by-day account of every battle and event up to the liberation of Kuwait. The book also talks about the firsts of the war: the first four-dimensional war for America, the first time that a submarine underwater attacked a target on land, the first time the Marines launched an airstrike from an amphibious assault ship, the first time that a soldier surrendered to a robot, etc. The book is without political commentary and ends with a list of Americans killed in Desert Storm, a timeline, a glossary, bibliography and resources.