By Charlie A. Beckwith, Donald Knox
The definitive insider's account of the U.S. Army's so much elite and secretive special-ops unit, written by means of the mythical founder and primary commanding officer of Delta Force
Wanted: Volunteers for venture Delta. Will warrantly you a medal. A physique bag. Or both. With this name to palms, Charlie Beckwith revolutionized American armed wrestle. Beckwith's acclaimed memoir tells the tale of Delta strength ("the Army's such a lot elite commando unit."—Los Angeles Times) as simply its maverick author may inform it—from the bloody baptism of Vietnam to the top-secret education grounds of North Carolina to political battles within the higher degrees of the Pentagon itself. this can be the heart-pounding, first-person, insider's view of the missions that made Delta strength legendary.
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