Seals in Action

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HarperCollins, Feb 1, 1991 - History - 368 pages
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Warriors of the Trident

From the bullet-swept beaches of Normandy to the streets of Panama...From the rugged Korean coast and the jungles of Vietnam to the tiny, troubled island of Granada. For half a century, whenever and wherever America's military was called into action, the SEALs were there.

Here is the riveting and complete true story of the U.S. Navy's remarkable Sea Air Land commandos -- their evolution from World War II underwater demolition teams to the awesome counterguerrilla/counterterrorist strike force in operation today.

Now the SEALs' most memorable engagements are brought to vivid, explosive life through breathtaking eyewitness accounts and afteraction reports -- PLUS an unforgettable inside look at their training, organization, equipment...and the fighting men who, with skill, dedication, and extraordinary courage, have earned the right to proudly wear the Trident insignia.

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About the author (1991)

Kevin Dockery is the military historian and field curator for the UDT/SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce, Florida. He lives in Michigan.

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