1971. 1999. War Stories documents the ‘oral history’ of the war veterans of the Liberation and Kargil War. Culled from personal interviews, this compilation of anecdotes gives you a glimpse into the minds of those who made decisions that saved thousands of lives and possibly changed the course of history. From getting caught by the Pakistanis as a Prisoner of War, to dangerous landings on muddy grounds, healing bullet-ridden aircraft to clandestine missions carried out by our helicopter and transport stalwarts, each story brings out aspects of leadership, motivation, management and most importantly, the resilience of our soldiers in uniform. Unfiltered and unbiased, these are personal war accounts straight from the soldiers who participated in these conflicts.