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Through extensive research we have compiled the top 12 special forces units of the United States military. We picked the top four special forces units from the four branches of the military: Navy, Air Force, Marines and Army. Here is the detailed history, training and some missions of these Special Forces Units.

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SUCH A COOL BOOK!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, this is probably the coolest book ever. I always wanted to know more about our military without any bias and this book does just that. I love how detailed the author is about every single group of forces.

What about Trevor Clinger’s performance did you like?

I liked how he had passion for our military forces. You can tell that by the way he narrates!

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This book was so cool!

My brother is in the military, and he really enjoyed listening to this audiobook. It's so fascinating that there are so many special forces in our country. They are what keeps America on it's feet! Enjoyable listening!

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worse thing I've ever listened to.

narrator reads like a retarded robot. no real insightful information, basic Wikipedia stuff.
i would not recommend anyone waste time or money on this awful production.