- Paperback: 196 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Revised edition (April 1, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1470022834
- ISBN-13: 978-1470022839
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 48 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #344,037 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Sgt. Nicholas Irving enlisted in the Army after graduating high school in 2004. His first duty station was at Ft. Benning Georgia where he would attend basic training and Army infantry school as well as airborne, and the Ranger indoctrination program. Upon graduating the Ranger indoctrination program, Nicholas Irving was assigned to the third Ranger Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment also located in Fort Benning Georgia. Nicholas Irving would hold positions such as machine gunner, machine gun team leader, Grenadier, team leader, designated marksman, sniper, sniper team leader, and master sniper. Nicholas Irving will also attend multiple advanced schools that would further enhance his ability as a special operations sniper. Nicholas Irving would also attend well-known sniper competitions such as the international sniper competition at Ft. Benning Georgia, where the top military and law enforcement snipers from around the world would compete in a week long sniper shooting event. Nicholas Irving and his spotter would place fourth overall. Nicholas Irving would also display his skills at the shooters bash in Kingsville Texas where over 60 competitors ranging from law enforcement, military, and gun enthusiast would display their skills in the art of precision shooting. Most of his job duties and job description remains classified. His service to the community, law enforcement, and military continue through his work as the CEO of HardShoot©. Significant: Schools, Medals/Awards (significant), Training: - US Army Sniper School - US Army Ranger School - US Army Parachutist Badge - US Army Designated Marksman - Sniper Precision - High Angle (Private) Sniper - Demolition - Master Sniper - International Sniper Competition - Shooters Bash (Snipers Hide) Competition - Dep. of State Dynamic driving Course - Dep. of State M4 assault rifle Course - Dep. of State Combatives - Krav Maga - Joint Commendation Medal - Army Commendation Medal (Valorous) - World Wide Personal Protection Qualified - Army Commendation Medal - Joint Service Commendation Medal - Covert Surveillance - Iraq Campaign Medal - Afghanistan Campaign Medal
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SGT Irving is no doubt the real deal when it comes to SPECOPS sniping and this book is one of the best I have read at taking you into the fight and relating in detail what his feeling were at various moments during his main deployment. Unfortunately the grammatical, typographical and punctuational errors made greatly detract from the overall readability and flow of the book. I could see this book being put out as another edition with some corrections and reorganization and becoming a much better work.
Thanks to Irving for putting his story out there shame on the publishers for doing him the disservice of putting it out there in this form.
Thank you for your service, and your willingness to open up and share in a career field that is by its natures introverted. I enjoyed the book....but.....
But brother, proof read your stuff better and get an editor that will proof read for you. It kills the book if I can't barely get through two sentences without a correctly spelled word that sounds like the one you want to use but is completely unrelated.
I've read both your books so far and love your no BS attitude. Recommend you go back, conduct a detailed edit of the book THOROUGHLY, and release a second edition. I'd buy it and recommend it.
Get a hold of Milo Afong.
You are a credit to the rangers, the army, and our nation. Ignore the negativity, embrace the opportunity to improve, and charge on.
fought the Taliban in the mountainous terrain in Afghanistan. Nick is now a contributing writer at SOFREP.COM writing very great articles in regards to our current Military and situations around the world.
This is another book that once you start reading you just can't put it down !
Great Job Nick ! Rangers Lead The Way