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Rogue Warrior Mass Market Paperback – March 1, 1993
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I would not recommend it to my 10 year old granddaughter, but other the sailor salt, the book a good read and recommended.
As a father of a Marine and solders, I can’t express how disappointing it is to know that the US military Industrial Complex is infested with wasteful spending - ticket punching - butt covering politicians that are motivated more about personal collection of unearned medals, than getting the job done in the most efficient and expedient manner. Support for unconventional warfare has always been a source of conflict with big ego battle space commanders.
I share Marcinko’s frustration. If he ever reads this I would like for him to sign my book! I would travel the earth to have a beer with him.
It's a good read but take it in with a "grain of salt" as they say...it's a bit of a stretch of the imagination at times.
There are multiple sides to every interaction, then there is the truth.
I'm fairly confident that Marcinko believes his account to be accurate.
Either way, this book is entertaining.
Amazing what he was able to accomplish. Willing to sacrifice it all.
The language gets to be a little much but it's probably word for word how it happened.
Able to learn leadership principles I would apply and things I wouldn't. Helps me understand others with drastically different personalities.
Recommended if you're interested in the interplay of politics and military, the history of the Navy SEALs, or just an exciting recount of some incredible action.
People who enjoy reading about SEAL training and duty, combat stories, and military life in general will enjoy this - unless you're a by-the-book spit'n'polish chickens***... Marcinko made his own rules and followed his own path; his story makes for some interesting reading.
I got a bit worried when I got to what seemed the end of him relating his combat career and there was still a great portion of the book remaining... I need not have been concerned! What he got up to after the bullets stopped flying was just as interesting.