Inside SEAL Team Six
- My Life and Missions with America's Elite Warriors
- Sprecher: Peter Ganim
- Spieldauer: 8 Std. und 48 Min.
- Ungekürztes Hörbuch
- Erscheinungsdatum: 21.11.2011
- Sprache: Englisch
- Anbieter: Hachette Audio
When Osama bin Laden was assassinated, the entire world was fascinated by the men who had completed the seemingly impossible mission that had dogged the US government for over a decade. SEAL Team 6 became synonymous with heroism, duty, and justice. Only a handful of the elite men who make up the SEALs, the US Navy's best and bravest, survive the legendary and grueling selection process that leads to Team 6, a group so classified it technically does not even exist. There are no better warriors on Earth.
Don Mann knows what it takes to be a brother of this ultra-selective fraternity. As a member of Seal Team Six for over eight years, and a SEAL for over 17 years, he worked in countless covert operations, operating from land, sea, and air, and facing shootings, decapitations, and stabbings. He was captured by the enemy and lived to tell the tale, and he participated in highly classified missions all over the globe, including Somalia, Panama, El Salvador, Colombia, Afghanistan, and Iraq. As a current training coordinator for several civilian SEAL training programs, and as a former Training Officer of SEAL Team 6, he was directly responsible for shaping the bodies and minds of SEALs who carried out the assassination of Osama bin Laden.
But to become a SEAL, Mann had to overcome his own troubled childhood and push his body to its breaking point - and beyond. Inside SEAL Team 6 is a high-octane narrative of physical and mental toughness, giving unprecedented insight to the inner workings of the training and secret missions of the world's most respected and feared combat unit.
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Von Michael Am hilfreichsten 02.10.2017
I’m sure this could’ve been a very interesting read, but as it is, readers spend their time listening to continuous beeping. And while redacting is certainly A necessary part of publishing a book like this, there are better and far less annoying ways to accommodate for it.