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Navy Seals: A History: Part I: The Early Years
Kevin Dockery (au)
The Navy SEALs are the single most dangerous fighting force in the U.S. military arsenal. They are silent warriors trained to endure any hardship, overcome any obstacle, and conquer any adversary to accomplish their objectives. For the first time, author Dockery has compiled the most in-depth and revealing history of the Navy SEALs -- from their roughshod and haphazard origins in such groups as the daring Underwater Demolition Teams and Scouts and Raiders in World War II to the formation of the modern fighting force known as Navy SEALs. Part I covers their early years from their origin in World War II. It is illustrated with archival photos throughout and contains in-depth, exclusive interviews with veteran UDT divers and retired SEAL personnel.
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