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This book is great for guys in their teens, as well as grandfathers; there is definitely something for everyone.
Although Holton's military theme is technical enough to wow the private or officer with his knowledge of weaponry and army lingo, his story is very personal.
This is a small book, very personal, very well-written for someone who is not a professional writer, and very profound.
When I read "A More Elite Soldier" I was deeply impressed with Chuck Holton's story and how it speaks to me as a man of God. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Michael Brewer
I read this book for a spring semester church group last year and I thought it was an excellent autobiographical account of the parallels between the challenges we face in our... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sir pose
This is an amazing , and I speak as a fellow Elite Soldier of the Rangers, and a brother in Christ. A must read, for sure.Published 18 months ago by Jeremiah
This is a gift for my son in law to take with him while he is deployed. We pray for his safety and all of those in harms way keeping us safe and free.Published 20 months ago by T A Craddock Jr
I loved the book, great must read. I am a soldier and this book helped me. Fast shipping. I also recommend the Left Behind Series.Published on April 9, 2012 by Grant 49
I loved the book. It gave a lot of insight of what the training is like to make it in the regiment. I leave in February and will have my shot to go ranger when I'm done with AIT. Read morePublished on January 4, 2012 by Swisher92
since i was 10 all i wanted to be was to be a ARMY Ranger. i read this book in a few days. it gives a solid look at boot camp. Read morePublished on June 20, 2011 by h3ck y@
Anyone considering joining any military special forces should read this book. A More Elite Soldier: Pursuing a Life of PurposePublished on March 9, 2011 by Amazon Customer
In "A More Elite Soldier," Chuck Holton described in vivid detail his military training and missions. Read morePublished on December 29, 2009 by Debbie