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“General Shelton is a man from another time, when honor and one’s word were more important than personal gain and the fiscal bottom line. I hope there are more like him out there. We need them now, more than ever.” —Tom Clancy
“Unfailingly honest and unflinching in judgment. Without Hesitation tells the story of a man who earned every break he got, kept his integrity intact, and never let the pressures of the job outweigh the strength of his convictions.” —President William Jefferson Clinton
“A great American story of humble beginnings, fierce determination, patriotism, and honor. He’s been a warrior’s warrior, a general’s general—and always a truth teller. Without Hesitation is a book for our times.” —Tom Brokaw
Born in North Carolina, GENERAL HUGH SHELTON served in the U.S. Army for thirty-eight years as a specialist in airborne operations and special operations tactics, was Commander in Chief of the U.S. Special Operations Command (including Delta Force, Navy SEALS, and other top secret Special Mission Units). Shelton was Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under both Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush. He lives in North Carolina.
RON LEVINSON is a veteran film and television producer, director, writer, and studio executive. A past board member of the U.S. Air Force Public Advisory Counsel (where he counseled the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force on motion picture and television production), he currently lives in Los Angeles.
MALCOLM McCONNELL is the author or co-author of twenty-nine books, including the New York Times #1 bestseller, American Soldier, with Gen. Tommy Franks. McConnell lives in Queenstown, MD.
Outstanding book. This book provides a realistic assessment of our military actions. He calls the shots as he saw them giving credit to those military and civilan persons who... Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. E. Finney
Without question, an outstanding book!
BG (RET) USA
Home boy (Speed, NC)
It was a great read. It was wonderful to read about a true American hero. May his tribe increase!Published 12 months ago by John Thompson
I live in North Carolina and am a retired U.S. Army Reserve Officer. I was curious as to General Shelton's background and so started reading the book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by jimmck
Although an interesting story of General Shelton's life, and organized well around his unfortunate accident and recovery efforts, the most striking theme of the book is that this... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Lovell K. Henson
A great book! It's just to bad there aren't more officers like General Shelton if there were, the disaster in Iraq would never have happened.Published 16 months ago by richard harris
Gen. Shelton has a high degree of integrity and tells it like it is. He doesn't think too highly of Gen. Tommy Franks, Wesley Clark, Don Rumsfeld or Paul Wolfowitz. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Ronzo Garbonzo