I'll bite.>'Bushido: Soul of Japan'- Inazo Nitobe
One America's most formidable enemy in it's imperial prime. From Kamakazi pilots to banzai charges these fuckers were the spiritual predecessors of the jihadists that bane us in America's more recent campaigns, they have Bushido to thank. >'Hagakure' - Yamamoto Tsunemori
Where 'Bushido: Soul of Japan' was a 3rd person past participle account of what it means to be a samurai, this author lived it. Giving an account of how to conduct oneself in the business of servitude and death, this book acts as a companion book for those looking to not merely meet death meekly but stride forth and fervently embrace it's icy hand.>'Book of Five Rings'- Miyamoto Musashi
This motherfucker lived by the sword; what Hagakure outlines, he did. Having self-reported over 60 successful duels in his lifetime he lays out his reflections of a lifetime of combat. For those wishing to master themselves and their chosen craft, this book is a must read.>'Gurella Warfare' -Mao Tse Tung
Where a large organized army is like that of a seemingly unstoppable giant, small organized skirmishers are like that of a scalpel always making precision cuts targeting vital lifelines for the once fearsome organized army such as supply, communication and ordinance. China may presently boast of the largest standing army but they forget that they too are vulnerable to the doctrine within this book.>'Art of War'- Sun Tzu
Superior strategy and implementation of ones resources for the win over reckless aggression with no prior planning. If you haven't read this book, what the fuck are you doing with your life?