This is the autobiography of Richard Marcinko of the US Navy, a killer with his own sense of justice, who became such a maverick that the Navy wanted him dead. He rose from the ranks to command one of the most elite counter-terrorist units, Seal Team Six, and his courage and zeal on hair-raising missions earned him a world-wide reputation. In Vietnam the enemy even posted a reward for his death. Filled with a visionary fanaticism for his objectives, he was a master of ambushes, booby traps, exotic weaponry, high-altitude parachute drops, underwater infiltrations and face-to-face killing, and is a veteran of Vietnam and Cambodia and familiar with the war-torn streets of Beirut. Out of this success, Marcinko was asked to create Red Cell, a "dirty dozen" team of the military's most accomplished counter-terrorists, whose brief was to become terrorists themselves and to test the Navy's security. The result was chaos.
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