Rogue Warrior

By Richard Marcinko

An excellent virtuoso of violence, Richard Marcinko rose via army ranks to create and command considered one of this country's such a lot elite and labeled counterterrorist devices, SEAL workforce SIX. Now this thirty-year veteran recounts the key missions and specific battle insanity of his all over the world army occupation -- and the riveting fact in regards to the top-secret army SEALs.
Marcinko was once virtually inhumanly tricky, and proved it on hair-raising missions throughout Vietnam and a war-torn international: blowing up offer junks, charging via minefields, leaping at 19,000 ft with a chute that would not open, struggling with hand-to-hand in a hellhole jungle. For the Pentagon, he prepared the Navy's first counterterrorist unit: the mythical SEAL workforce SIX, which went on categorized missions from primary the US to the center East, the North Sea, Africa and past.
Then Marcinko used to be tapped to create Red Cell, a dirty-dozen group of the military's so much complete and embellished counterterrorists. Their incredible task was once to check the defenses of the Navy's safest amenities and installations. the end result was once predictable: all hell broke unfastened.
Here is the hero who observed past the blood to final justice -- and the adorned warrior who grew to become the sort of maverick that the army brass sought after his head on a pole, and for a time, bought it. Richard Marcinko -- ROGUE WARRIOR.

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Undertaking excellent. practice session or no longer, i used to be one chuffed goddamn SEAL CO. I checked my watch. I slammed my palm into Jew’s chest, knocking him ass over teakettle right into a startled Air strength grasp sergeant. I perused my SEALs. “You men are extraordinary. ” h. i'll see the C-141 StarLifter’s large, black fuselage as we banked into the air base at the major island. I was hoping the flight group had a few chilly beer on board—we have been going to wish it. the 1st of the choppers was once already at the flooring, disgorging SEALs and the hostage. the second one and 3rd have been simply settling in. I felt so reliable I forgot approximately placing the chopper pilots within the clinic for his or her 18-minute hold up and admin ways again at Vieques. We set down. i used to be firstly, hitting the floor earlier than the ramp did. I ran to the StarLifter. Yeah—there was once beer on board. Terrific—we have been going to get together at the approach domestic. I loped over to PV and Cheeks and slapped them at the again. I assembled my troops. “Great task. excellent. Fuck you all a great deal, you merry murdering cockbreath shitfor-brains assholes. ” Oh, i used to be packed with myself. yet justifiably, goddammit. Justifiably. workout or not—what we’d performed this night had by no means, ever, been performed sooner than by way of an army unit. We’d ftown 3 thousand goddamn miles, inserted 4 SEAL platoons in a clandestine, high-altitude, high-opening, mass, evening bounce, parasailed ten miles to our goal, landed in one team on a drop region no higher than a few soccer fields, assembled, taken down a number of undesirable men, rescued a hostage, snatched again a nuke, and hadn’t misplaced a unmarried SEAL in ‘the method. this is often what we’d groomed ourselves for; why we’d busted our asses. We’d practiced each one dicy element—shooting, leaping, parasailing, clandestine infiltration, hostage seize, and extraction—separately. yet we’d by no means placed them all jointly ahead of; by no means run a real-time, full-tilt boogie struggle video game till this night. The German got here towards me. “You and your males did very well,” he acknowledged. “Thank you. I’m pleased with them. ” “You might be. ” i began to claim anything else whilst a Beetle Bailey military colonel in starched fatigues and half-inch-thick glasses marched around the tarmac. “Commander Mardnko? ” “Aye-aye, sir. ” “I have a message so you might name Joint exact Operations Command. ” “Sure. ” I took the SATCOM from my vest and punched up JSOC. “It’s Marcinko. ” I waited. a well-recognized voice got here at the line. “Dick. ” “Sir—” “You did wonderfully—better than we anticipated. The Joint Chiefs are inspired. ” I beloved that. There were a few genuine skepticism on the Joint Chiefs approximately even if we’d been prepared for a undertaking. not like Delta, which used to be in response to the British SAS and went via an SAS-like administrative certification method, I had refused to enable my males be graded through outsiders. My argument used to be basic: what we have been education to do hadn’t ever been performed earlier than. So how the hell may a few four-star, pencildicked Pentagon paper-pusher comprehend even if we have been solid at it? My end used to be, they wouldn’t. What I’d informed the chain of command in no doubtful phrases was once, “Thank you greatly, sirs, yet I’ll certify SEAL workforce Six myself.

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