Gregorio Giungi was born on the 15th of April 1961 in Ancona, EU-central Italy. After his graduation by the local Grammar High School, he got a university degree in Political Sciences. Then he joined the army, starting his service as an administrative officer, yet becoming later a PSYOPS Specialist. In 2005, as an allied officer, he obtained a qualification of Regional Expert for the Middle-East by the “John F. Kennedy” Special Warfare Center School in Fort Bragg-North Carolina (USA), thus passing definitively to the Special Operations Forces. He participated therefore in the NATO missions, serving twice in Afghanistan (ISAF) as an operational area analyst and mass communication expert. In 2009 Ltn. Col. Gregorio Giungi was in charge of the KFOR Psychological Operations Centre in Pristina, Kosovo. As a geo-political analyst, during 2010 he cooperated with the Geopolitics Magazine on-line “Equilibri.net-A new perspective on global affairs”. In the same year he joined the team of “Influence Solutions Ltd.” – a British Defense Services Agency providing support to the areas of Strategic Communications and Influence Activity – as a Subject Matter Expert on-demand. Currently, he is back to his administrative duties in a territorial command of the Italian Army, looking anxiously forward to his approaching date of retirement. “Tales from the parlour and the trenches” represents his first honest effort to become a professional novelist.
IL REGNO DELLA POLVERE
by Gregorio Giungi
Afghanistan 2006-2008. Una visione realistica, ironica e pungente - ma soprattutto nuova - del teatro operativo della lotta anti-insurrezionale condotta dalla Coalizione occidentale, nell'esperienza "speciale" di un ufficiale dell'esercito italiano in missione con ISAF. Ed un'analisi, infine, del quadro geopolitico e militare afghano con un pronostico sui possibili sviluppi nel futuro più prossimo
Tales From The Parlour and The Trenches
by Gregorio Giungi
Historical novel mainly set during the First World War. Elicited from a biography, this true story is a rude, politically incorrect insight into the war deeds, occurred on the Italian front, through the eyes of Enea, a young aristocrat who'll become adult and wise (or perhaps precociously old) after his baptism of fire and blood
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