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by Orr Kelly

  • Author: Orr Kelly
  • ISBN: 0671867628
  • ISBN13: 978-0671867621
  • ePub: 1459 kb | FB2: 1125 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Military
  • Publisher: Pocket (March 1, 2003)
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 921
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Brave Men -  Dark Waters ePub download

Brave Men, Dark Waters book. Author Orr Kelly offers a rich and riveting history of the SEALs, covering their remarkable triumphs while not shying away from the scandals and controversies.

Brave Men, Dark Waters book. An extraordinary portrait of extraordinary fighting men, Brave Men, Dark Waters shines a brilliant light into the darkest shadows of war, which is where the SEALs have operated for decades with awesome and deadly efficiency.

Brave Men, Dark Waters. A definitive history of the US Navy’s renowned special operations fighting force- the most complete in-depth study of this fabled elite unit (Library Journal). To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. How do I upload a book?

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Bloody waters : Tarawa and Normandy - From Saipan to Tokyo Bay - A different breed .

Bloody waters : Tarawa and Normandy - From Saipan to Tokyo Bay - A different breed : commandos from the sea - New horizons and war in Korea - Birth of the SEALs - A pleasant little war - The men with green faces - The super SEALs - The Lieutenant (jg) says no - The. march of the Jedi - A tiny little island - Target : Manuel Noriega - To the Persian Gulf and beyond. Drawing on extensive interviews and recently declassified files, Orr Kelly presents the first in-depth look at the origin, evolution and future of this revered military elite.

Brave men, dark waters: the untold story of the Navy SEALS. Orr Kelly, a veteran Washington reporter and military correspondent, is the author of nine books on military history, including two works of fiction. Readers who enjoyed Kelly's previous books- King of the Killing Zone (Norton, 1989) about the M1 Abrahams, and Hornet: The Inside Story of the F/A-18 (Presidio P. 1990)-will enjoy Brave Men, Dark. His latest is Meeting the Fox: The Allied Invasion of Africa, from Operation Torch to Kasserine Pass to Victory in Tunisia.

Brave Men, Dark Waters: . .has been added to your Cart. Orr Kelly is a veteran Washington correspondent. He covered the Pentagon, Justice Department, CIA and other government agencies for the Washington Star and . News & World Report magazine. He is the author of ten books, eight non-fiction and two special-forces thriller fiction books. He is a graduate of the University of Santa Clara and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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They operate by sea, air, and land, descending from the night sky, rising from the ocean depths, striking their targets with deadly efficiency, then vanishing into the darkness from which they emerged. From the dank jungles of Vietnam to the tropical shores of Panama to the blistering sands of Saddam Hussein's Iraq, the U.S. Navy SEALs have become the most fearsome special operations force in the world, living by the motto "The only easy day was yesterday."

In this unparalleled account of the origin, evolution, and future of this revered military elite, Orr Kelly brilliantly reveals their tactics and their methods, their past triumphs and scandals, including the celebrated Richard Marcinko (Rogue Warrior) case. Brave Men-Dark Waters leads us into the shadowy realm of danger and deception where SEAL commandos live -- and sometimes die -- by their own rules.

Good read. If you like a lot of detail about how things came to be in the special ops organizations that eventually led to the Seals, then you will like this. It sheds for me, new light on the heroism of our military forces in World Was II especially. I was already in awe of those terrific heroes, but what the early frogmen and special operators did with so little in the way of specialized gear is truly awe inspiring.

This is not a quick read - at least not for me. But it is very interesting and well worth the effort.
Not a chest thumping gung ho, warriors are wonderful, war if fun, type of book. Just a well documented history and story of a group of men who have learned a particularly difficult job and done it well, at great cost to themselves.
What can I say after Mr. Dwyer's review. Pretty much says what I would have said, so read his review. The only thing that I will add is that I would like to see a decent book on the UDT during WW2 and Korea.
A fascinating overview of the development of the underwater demolition forces as they evolved into the present day SEALS with much greater "reach" and capabilities. A worthy description of these tough, hardy warriors as they evolved with the technology available.
The is a good history of the development of the SEAL service of today. It ties stories of specific individuals involved at key times in the changes of the WWII UDT personal to the multi-faceted force of today. It also addressed the internal debate as to which direction the service should have gone or is going, in the past or into the future. A very good read!
you wanna know what the UDT and the SEAL guys really go through and what it's really like to be a frogman? Look no further...this book pulls no punches and tells the nitty gritty decisions these special operators have to make, and how it feels to have to do that. A must-read for those interested in the SEALs, Special Operations, or those who might even be trying out for BUD/S. I liked this book over other SEAL books because it contained real interviews with these guys, and they didn't flinch-they told the real deal and some of it ain't pretty, and it wasn't pretty because they were far behind enemy lines and to make it pretty would be to get their entire Team killed or captured-a no-no in that Community...
Opened my eyes to a lot of the workings and purposes of the Seals. Riveting at times, informative at others. Great descriptions of important events, operations and transitions in their history. Great book!
OK but not very well or interestingly written. Many of these aren't.
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