Baker & Taylor A collection of anecdotes spans fifty years of military history as seen through the eyes of the SEALs themselves
Book News Suspense and adventure abound in these combat stories garnered from interviews the author conducted for his history of the SEALs. Veterans of the Navy's frogman forces recount operations in WWII and Vietnam. Includes a glossary. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Blackwell North Amer During the research for his critically acclaimed history of the navy's SEALs, Brave Men - Dark Waters, author Orr Kelly collected a large number of anecdotes that could not be used within the confines of a traditional history, even one of such an unconventional group as the SEALs. Never Fight Fair! recounts the stories SEALs themselves tell. For the first time, the reader can gain a full appreciation of what it takes to become a SEAL, as well as what it takes to survive as a SEAL - where the duty can be just as hazardous in peacetime as in war.
Baker & Taylor A collection of anecdotes spans fifty years of military history as seen through the eyes of the SEALs themselves and chronicles their training experiences, survival struggles, wartime combats, peacetime duties, and more.