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Lone Survivor: The Incredible True Story of Navy SEALs Under Siege Kindle Edition
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It's well put together and gives you a short, interesting insight into SEAL training and the famous 'Hell Week' that they have to go through, before launching into a version of the story a lot of you will have seen on the telly.
Overall I enjoyed it a lot, and happily recommend it. I have a lot of respect for anyone who has experienced combat in the name of protecting our perceived freedoms and whilst this won't make my top ten, I'm happy if the fella makes a bit of money off of my purchase.
Buy it and enjoy it.
throw all that training and y it is put in place and the bond between the navy seals is very strong and i think
it makes you a better person and very loyal to your comrades and this goes with you through the ranks as they
never leave a man behind in any situation i have done similar training my self and you understand y that type
of training is there and it makes you a better person all round and stronger and confident if you can survive that
type of training you can survive anywhere once you get reading this book you can not put it down
An amazing story of true bravery not just that of Marcus (whom tries to shy away from any self gratification and ego) but of his friends, his team mates and his brothers. We only hear bits of what happens and this is an amazing insight into real frontline warfare, brotherhood and friendship.
If you don't well up at least once I'd be surprised.
It's worth a read but be prepared for the first part of the book covering in some detail the US Navy Seal's basic training which is a horror story in itself. A most bizarre story and in truth the film is very well made which gives it the edge over the book.
The recount is unflinching and sufficiently detailed (given what must be some censorship), but overall demonstrates the sheer colossal requirements to become a SEAL and the dangers these men face working in hostile territory.
But for this book (and the author's survival), many acts of heroism may have lost on the mountainside in enemy territory, but serves as a reminder of what the world's military must face to combat international terrorism and how so many other acts of heroism must take place but never reach public consciousness.
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