Anyone bought No Easy Day yet? I did and It is Great!
No Easy Day
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Join date : 2011-01-06
Location : St Paul, MN
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I have not but probably will. Sounds like an interesting read
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Join date : 2010-03-20
Location : Central Illinois
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Although I have mixed feelings about the author violating his statements of non-discosure I did buy and read the book. it is an interesting read on several levels as it discusses other operations and activities in addition to Neptune's Spear. I'm not sure that it lives up to the hype (real or fabricated) but all things considered it's worthy of your time in reading if you have any interest in NSW or Special Operations Forces in the GWOT. That said, it is not the best book to be published in the last 18 months that has seen a number of NSW/SEAL books released.
There is also an ebook titled No Easy Op released by the Special Operations Forces Situation Report (SOFREP) that is a good short read to accompany the above. It discusses several operational revelations as well as issues created by the release of the book and other concerns in/of the Pentagon, USSOCOM, JSOC, etc ..... Amazon has the ebook available for instant download priced at $4.99.
My thoughts only ......
"I looked up at the bunker in front of me and saw a khaki-uniformed NVA with a pith helmet, chest web gear, green Bata boots and an AK, Type 56, and no other identifying insignia. Then I shot him." -- Sergeant Tony "Fast Eddie" Anderson, RT Kansas, TF1AE, 1971
"My God, where do we find these men?" - President George H. W. Bush commenting on 1st SFOD-Delta after the Operation Acid Gambit rescue of Kurt Muse.
"Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?" Then I said, "Here am I. Send me." - Inscription on the dog tag resting on the flag-draped homeward bound casket of an American Special Opearations warrior killed in action in Afghanistan, July 2005. - Dick Couch - Chosen Soldier
"Choosing to die resisting rather than live submitting they fled only from dishonor and to meet danger face to face." - Lieutenant General John F. Mulholland Jr, USASOC Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Ceremony, 25 May 2012.