SEAL Team Six: Memoirs of an Elite Navy SEAL Sniper

Posted By on May 5, 2011

sealteamsixmemoirWith the fascination of Seal Team Six’s operation in taking down Osama bin Laden, the timing of former Seal Team Six member’s Howard Wasdin’s new book couldn’t be better. He was interviewed by WSJ’s Lee Hawkins after the successful mission in Pakistan on Sunday and offers a little bit of detail one what it takes to be someone in America’s elite special operations force. He’s well spoken and offers the “human side” of what it takes to overcome diversity to become a Navy Seal. SEAL Team Six: Memoirs of an Elite Navy SEAL Sniper is due to hit bookshelves on May 24th and will be on my summer read list (audio or video interview below).

WSJ: An interview with Howard Wasdin, a former Seal Team Six member

 

Comments

  • mhwrkrGA

    The Wasdins do not endorse this book! Howard lies about the family and what happend to him as a child. If he can look his mother in the face and lie then he can lie to the America people. Do not waste your money on this book! You can verify this with hundreds of people who know this family!

    • Interesting. Anyway to verify your position?

  • AnonymousSEAL

    Actually that did happen to him, you would know this if you grew up with him.

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