From: Vancouver, Canada.
Just wanted to say that I recently finished your book as well and really enjoyed it too. Fire and Ice will be an instant buy!
I do have a suggestion though.....
Not all readers will be CMO players or hardcore military tech savants with knowledge of all the weapons, radars, comms etc., etc. that were, are, or will be out there. Nor will they all be thrilled with running off to Wikipedia or other sources every time a new (to the reader) system or whatever is introduced. Would you please consider using a proper glossary in the book? The entries need not be overly detailed... just a few sentences would do. Eg. Soviet air defence radar guided missile in use from 1980 t0 19xx with a range of xxxx an max/min alt of yyyy/zzzz. You get the idea I'm sure. If the reader wants to know more then they can leave the comfort of their favourite reading chair as required.
Just a thought,
So we're at war with the Russkies eh?? I suppose we really ought to invade or something. (Lonnnng pause while studying the map)
Hmmmm... big place ain't it??
- Sir Harry Flashman (1854)