A Navy SEAL Team Six sniper traces the story of how he became an elite soldier while recounting the dramatic mission that nearly cost him his life, offering insider perspectives on his team's extensive training process at the Marine's Scout Sniper School. Simultaneous.
A memoir by SEAL Team Six ex-sniper Wasdin coincidentally bursts onto the scene shortly after the same elite unit was credited with killing Osama bin Laden. The book rockets forward during precise bullet-by-bullet accounts from one of the world's most lethal marksmen, depicting the desperate Mogadishu "Black Hawk Down" battle and others. The team's grueling training with ambulances standing by, described in riveting detail by a survivor, remains widely regarded as the most rigorous ever devised by man and stood the author in good stead while his legs were being shot to pieces during a lengthy pitched firefight.
- Biography + Autobiography
- May 10, 2011
- May 5, 2011
- Stephen Templin, Howard E. Wasdin
- Ray Porter (Narrator)