Book — vi, 290 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 24 cm
The right to wear the shirt : purpose
How to swim fifty meters underwater without dying : confidence
The three-foot world : fear
The hooded box : stress
Safe return doubtful : mind-set
The setup : trust
After action review : communication
Shoot, move, and communicate : relationships
Follow your buddy : accountability
Comfortable being uncomfortable : discomfort
Watch the shoes : evolution
Killing : compartmentalization
Last stop on the speeding train.
Recounts definitive moments from the author's career as a Navy SEAL, discussing the missions that had the greatest personal meaning for him and explaining the lessons and values he hopes to pass on to the next generation.
Book — xiii, 316 p.,  p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps ; 24 cm.
Top five/Bottom five
The second deck
The long war
Something special in D.C.
Touch the magic
Writing under a pseudonym to protect his anonymity, a member of the elite SEAL Team Six provides a behind-the-scenes, first-person account of all his dangerous assignments around the globe, including the training, planning and execution of his most important mission-the killing of Osama bin Laden, during which he witnessed the final moments of the terrorist's life.