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Monday, May 26, 2014

Seal Team Six: Hunt the Scorpion by Don Mann

It seems appropriate to post a book authored by a man who served his nation in a most trying role as a Navy Seal on today, Memorial Day.   Thank you Don Mann for your service and Thank You all members of our Armed Services for your willingness to put your life on the line for your fellow Americans. 

This is an action-adventure written by an actual Seal Team 6 member. There's a (so far) four book series starting Thomas Crocker a SEAL Team six team member. This volume takes place primarily in Libya.

Thomas Crocker seems like a normal guy.  Mann does not make the Seals look like Superman.  He shows they are "ordinary" guys.   Ordinary for men who have survived the rigors of becoming the preeminent world warriors.

Mann shows them as having a great deal of enthusiasm for their work, incredible stamina and mission devotion which you would expect from a Navy Seal.

There is plenty of action for any adrenaline junkie.  Crocker and his men are on a dual search for WMD's and a person of very special interest to Crocker.

I enjoyed the book and recommend it.

No Website that I found but a good Time Magazine Article about Don Mann.

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