Yes, found it very interesting, informative, and reassuring. It was very well done.
What sticks in my mind the most is that our government prevented them from doing what they trained them to do --to save the lives of the POW's was a big one. Hard to understandhow anything could matter more than that. Very impressed with many aspects of their training. I did not realize the significance of our special forces. I have started listening to another similar one, different area of the military, but not as good as this one.
The main character.
Unknown, unappreciated men of honor and excellence.
Loved it, and am so thankful for each and every one who serves our nation like The Delta Force.
Yes, as I thought the voices were amazing. Hearing them made them so real.
When Chung Cha decided to save the Presidential Family, and at the same time provide hope for Min.
The Truth Behind the Lies.
Disappointed in how unrealistic the show of force, and lack of planning for the Presidential Family at a crazy event w/ costumes. They had no escape plan. As good as it was at this point, my mind kept saying, " were they all on vacation, secret service, even Jessica being surprised that Will was thinking about the safety issues with the Chinese group.
The Bailey Flanigan Series, although I liked it , was just plain too long.
I felt like she just wants to sell more books, but unfortunately it tends to loose ones interest.
No, because you can't get to the point of the series.
Exciting, and certainly possible.
The fact that Mr. Rosenberg is always relevant, regardless of how frightening it is.
Good, have liked them all.
Wake up, Mr President
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