The bin laden mission action, as well as the life of a SEAL
Anyone, the kid down the street, my coworker Sandy, Randy the guy who works at KFC
The audio itself was mainly fine, but for some odd reason it kept switching back and forth between two different voices or sounds like it was dubbed in later....not too bad at first but after a while it gets really annoying. Sad because the book itself is really good, but the audio is terrible
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YOU HEAR SO MANY STORIES YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT IS TRUE OR FALSE..THIS IS THE REAL STORY,FROM THE SEAL WHO WAS THEIR..IF YOU WANT A FIRST HAND ACCOUNT,THIS IS THE WAY TO GO..THANK GOD WE HAVE SEALS..AND!! THEIR ON ARE SIDE..
Outstanding book. A must read for anyone who wants to know the inside truth of what really happened on that dark night. Our special forces are without the best of the best. And that is why they picked and trained and practiced months in advance before entering the Bin Laden compound. To say they were prepared is an understatement. These seals can kick but with such precession and accuracy. Keeps you so riveted that you don't want to stop listening. I love this book and I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to read about why it was "No easy Day". Get it!!
I would not read another book by either Author. The book seemed to be a cross between a boys adventure book and a swift boat attempt.
The SEAL Training info.
He can use the foul expletives from the book without making the entire performance sound profane
Should have just gone with the reviews.
I enjoy reading history and lost a friend in the WTC. So I was eager to read about the hunt for Bin Laden and the end of this chapter in American history from someone who was there. The book did not disapooint. I found myself racing through it as if I didn't know how the mission ended
I applaud the authors for their writing talent. I am sure the Pentagon is not happy with the details provided here because the military is highly cautious about disclosing anything that could divulge a training or mission specific technique. And they do have to worry about many books being written not just this one.
Still there didn't seem any big secrets divulged. And the facts I thought interesting weren't likely big secrets. SEALS often take Ambien the night before a mission. SEALS take and wear the gear they think most useful and let their hair grow longer than regulation. SEALS are issued Gerber tools. SEALS trying to make Team 6 have to do an unspecified number of pushups, pullups and sit ups in under a minute then do a timed swim in open water.
And as a book its very entertaining..
Yes- It gives an authoritative, first person account of one of the major historical events of the last decade.
Well written, to the point.
The conclusion's recognition of the many men and women who have and continue to serve the U.S. military - very often in obscurity.
This is an insightful perspective on a key aspect of our armed services. It is not pretentious and avoids glorification. It provides an on the ground perspective of a day in the life of these service members as individuals and a team.
It's matter of fact realism.
Graham bring the voice of the current generation of SEALs
The most effective weapon in America's arsenal
Great insight into the Bin Laden mission and just the every day life of a Seal. This was fascinating, I could not stop listening. Also came away with having even more respect for these guys with all the sacrifice, dedication, time away from their families and hard work they put in to protect this great country.