For me, the most interesting part about the book were the sections where different men talked about what it was like to be in a war. These are people I can entirely relate to. We like the same things, have the same values, and have similar outlooks on life (nature lovers and wannabe ski bums). It was interesting to me that they said you "got used to" people getting killed and your own imminent death -- bizarre as it seems. They also talked about how you could be scared out of your mind and yet still manage to move forward and not be paralyzed by fear. Being around others and feeling a sense of responsibility to them and yourself changed everything.
Overall, I would recommend this book to those interested in the Tenth Mountain Division. It's an easy read if you are interested in the topic.