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"SFC Joe Kapacziewski and his wife, Kim, tell their incredible story of perseverance and determination over ten years of war. Joe’s personal courage in overcoming the loss of his leg and returning to combat to lead soldiers is phenomenal. For over 200 years, men and women like Joe and Kim have made this nation great."
—General Ray Odierno
"Military buffs will relish this fast-paced account of youthful yearnings for military service, brutal Ranger training, and page after page of camaraderie, horseplay, grim humor, and vivid nuts-and-bolts action. Even readers lukewarm to military memoirs will admire the fierce dedication required to be the first Ranger to go to war with a prosthetic limb."
"A bold, raw, and authentic account of unparalleled intestinal fortitude of an American Ranger that grips you like a flying arm bar. Destined to be the defining work of American warrior spirit in the War on Terror era. Make no mistake, the U.S. Army Rangers made Joe Kap a killer man—nobody offers apologies or excuses, it’s what Rangers have done for centuries."
—Dalton Fury, New York Times bestselling author of Kill Bin Laden and Black Site
"Sergeant Kap is living proof that all Special Operations men are cut from the same cloth regardless of branch of service. Kap's decision to serve alongside his fellow Rangers after having his leg amputated is an incredible story of determination. Back in the Fight will force people to reevaluate what's truly possible in their own lives. The exemplary lessons in this book are something every American should read about. I'm going to make sure my own children read his story."
—Brandon Webb, New York Times bestselling author of The Red Circle and editor-in-chief of SOFREP.com
What an inspiring story. Sgt.Kap and his wife are true heroes. Should be mandatory reading for all true Americans. Thanks for this book and thanks for inspiration. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Fred Bowditch
I couldn't put it the book down. It was so inspirational! I would have loved to see some pictures of the experiences.Published 1 month ago by MMS
Once I got started, I couldn't put it down. I particularly enjoyed the chapters written by Mrs. Kapacziewski. "Back in the Fight" is a selfless account of war by a true Patriot.Published 1 month ago by Adam Clay Barber
The only thing I didn't like was his reference to the fat old sixty plus Rangers at reunions. Great job. Thanks for your service. I will sleep well at night.Published 1 month ago by robert fraser
This was a poorly written book, clearly rushed through in a haphazard fashion. It lacks character and is redundant. After becoming a soldier myself I find Mr. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shamrock8
Who doesn't love a good hero story. I know I do. What makes the hero even better is that he is a real person and not a fictional character in a book or movie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cheryl Koch
Those of us who have volunteered for U.S. Military Service, but not belonged to elite outfits like the Rangers, Special Forces, Navy Seals, or Marine Recon, have been known to jibe... Read morePublished 2 months ago by James S. Ford