Inside the US Navy SEALs

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Motorbooks International, 1995 - Political Science - 192 pages
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Inside the US Navy SEALs Stubblefield and Halberstadt Go behind the scenes with SEALs commander Gary Stubblefield as he presents this action-packed insiders view of what its really like to be a Navy SEAL. Follow Gary through SEALs training missions and get a feel for what skills are required to become part of this elite and specialized force. Sftbd., 6x 9, 192 pgs., 6 bandw ill.

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Gary Stubblefield, Commander, USN (Ret.), is one of the original SEAL "Men in Green Faces," with combat experience in Vietnam, Central America, and early Gulf War conflicts. As president of Vantage System Incorporated, an international security management firm, he remains active in anti-terrorist efforts throughout the globe.

Hans Halberstadt is a documentary filmmaker and military historian. Born in 1944, at age 18 he served in the U.S. Army as a helicopter door gunner in Vietnam. He returned home to earn a B.A. in Radio/Television/Film from San Francisco State University in 1968, and owned a film studio, Very Moving Pictures, in San Jose, California in the 1970s. Halberstadt is best known for more than 35 non-fiction books, many on special operations, with titles such as Inside the US Navy SEALs (1995), War Stories of the Green Berets: The Vietnam Experience (1994), and Swat Team: Police Special Weapons And Tactics (1994). He has also written on farm and transportation equipment, including Indian Motorcycles (1996, with Jerry H. Hatfield) and The American Train Depot & Roundhouse (1995, with wife April Halberstadt

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