|Format||Release Date||List Price||Your Price||ISBN|
|8 Audio CDs||Tue Aug 30 00:00:00 UTC 2016||49.99||39.99||9781520034850||Add to Cart|
|2 MP3 CDs||Tue Aug 30 00:00:00 UTC 2016||29.99||19.99||9781520034898||Add to Cart|
The legend was forged in the fires of World War II, when special units of elite navy frogmen were entrusted with dangerous covert missions. These Underwater Demolition Teams, as they were then called, soon became known for their toughness and fearlessness, and their remarkable ability to get the job—any job—done. Years later, the renamed US Navy SEALs (for Sea, Air, and Land) continued to be a wartime force to be reckoned with throughout the remainder of the twentieth century and into the twenty-first. They served as rangers and scouts in the jungles of Vietnam, answered the call to duty in Panama, Granada, and in Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, while developing into the very best of the best, the cream of America’s Special Forces crop.
"Kelly, a veteran defense correspondent, has written the most complete in-depth study of this fabled elite unit. Recommended." - Library Journal
"The best work to date on the SEAL (acronym for Sea, Air, Land) unit, this well-written survey presents the unit's history from its origins in the underwater demolition teams of WW II, through its Vietnam incarnation as a group of scouts and raiders, to its present status as an elite special-missions force." - Publishers Weekly