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- Print Length: 53 pages
- Publication Date: April 28, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007YLWXEY
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,808 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Shaping the World from the Shadows: The (Open) Secret History of Delta Force, Post-9/11 Kindle Edition
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You can see some of Chris's work on SOFREP.com
Excellent research Mr. Martin! If you like this bit here you can read more of Chris Martin at SOFREP.com where his articles continue to be thoroughly researched, vetted and provide much information to all (that is the opinion of this reviewer). DISCLAIMER: The only vestment I have in Chris Martin's success is to read more of his work. Other than that I do not know any more about him than what he chooses to write about, so save the "paid advertisement" accusations for someone else. Compliments aren't always used to get something from somebody, they're occasionally used to congratulate as well.
-Jack Murphy, author of Reflexive Fire
If you are looking for something that reads like a novel, or want to read about specific battles or "operations" in detail then you may be disappointed. However, for the price, if you have any interest in this topic I strongly urge you to give this book a try!
There are several things that I feel are not fully fleshed out and addressed in the book, which keep me from giving it 5 stars. Organization, training, equipment, and quality of life for families and operators are all topics on which the reader will not learn much new. All these are topics which can be touched upon without revealing tactics, techniques, or procedures (TTP's) that would place operators in danger. Everything Martin uses has been previously published, and so he does not tread new ground in anything he covers. However, his analysis is missing in exploring deeper on what this can mean, and what people should take away from it.Read more ›
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Required reading for all American's. We should understand the daily sacrifice, expertise and commitment these amazing American's have to ensure we stay safe.Published 4 months ago by Scot
Good read - but really short. Didn't learn anything new that has not been in a bunch of other spec ops booksPublished 5 months ago by power ranger 1
Many great insights into the evolution of the key tools to deal with today's evolving dangers.Published 5 months ago by R L
It was an ok read lacking in the stories of others. I mostly enjoy stories of those who lived in the spec ops world and this really didn't have muchPublished 8 months ago by Daniel P. Furr
This book is a bargain. I will say that it's more like a long article than a book. Worth buying if your interested in this subject.Published 10 months ago by Finnegan
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