From New York Times bestselling author and former Navy
SEAL Brandon Webb comes a simple yet powerful five-step guide to
transforming your life by making your fears work for you instead of
Brandon Webb has run life-threatening missions in the world's worst
trouble spots, whether that meant jumping out of airplanes, taking
down hostile ships on the open sea, or rolling prisoners in the
dead of night in the mountains of Afghanistan.
What do you do at work when a hundred crises seem to be
happening at the same time. Do you pick just one priority or try to
put out every fire. How can you stay composed, figure out what
really matters, and act decisively.
When former U.
The second book by former Navy SEAL Mark Owen, following his
multimillion-copy classic about the bin Laden mission No
Easy Day, in which he tells the stories from his career that
were most personal to him and that made him the operator and the
person he is today
While Mark Owen’s instant New York Times bestseller
No Easy Day focused on the high-profile targets and
headline-grabbing chapters of the author’s career, No
Hero will be an account of the most personally meaningful
missions from Owen’s thirteen years as a SEAL, including the
moments in which he learned the most about himself and his
teammates, in both success and failure.
The true story of the U.S. Army’s 240th Assault
Helicopter Company and a Green Beret Staff Sergeant's heroic
mission to rescue a Special Forces team trapped behind enemy lines
during the Vietnam War, from New York Times
bestselling author Eric Blehm.
Based on unique inside access, the author of the New York
Times bestseller Masters of Chaos explains how special
operations forces are reshaping the U.S. military
In One Hundred Victories, acclaimed military expert Linda
Robinson shows how the special operations forces are—after a
decade of intensive combat operations—evolving to become the
go-to force for operations worldwide.
Special Forces soldiers are daring, seasoned troops from America's
heartland, selected in a tough competition and trained in an
extraordinary range of skills. They know foreign languages and
cultures and unconventional warfare better than any U.S. fighters,
and while they prefer to stay out of the limelight, veteran war
correspondent Linda Robinson gained access to their closed world.
Teams of dedicated, highly specialized soldiers trained to a higher
standard than regular forces; an armamentarium of advanced weapons
and tactics; a variety of exotic, critical assignments for the good
of the nation; in short, the U.S. Special Forces seem tailor-made
for Tom Clancy, progenitor of the techno-thriller.