Delta Force: A Memoir By The Founder Of The U.s. Military's Most Secretive Special-operations Unit by Charlie A. BeckwithDelta Force: A Memoir By The Founder Of The U.s. Military's Most Secretive Special-operations Unit by Charlie A. Beckwith

Delta Force: A Memoir By The Founder Of The U.s. Military's Most Secretive Special-operations Unit

byCharlie A. Beckwith, Donald Knox

Paperback | May 14, 2013

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The definitive insider's account of the U.S. Army's most elite and secretive special-ops unit, written by the legendary founder and first commanding officer of Delta Force

Wanted: Volunteers for Project Delta. Will guarantee you a medal. A body bag. Or both. With this call to arms, Charlie Beckwith revolutionized American armed combat. Beckwith's acclaimed memoir tells the story of Delta Force ("the Army's most elite commando unit."—Los Angeles Times) as only its maverick creator could tell it—from the bloody baptism of Vietnam to the top-secret training grounds of North Carolina to political battles in the upper levels of the Pentagon itself. This is the heart-pounding, first-person, insider's view of the missions that made Delta Force legendary.

U.S. Army Colonel Charles A. Beckwith was the founderand first commanding officer of Delta Force. For his service,he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star,Legion of Merit, and Purple Heart. He is interred in the FortSam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas.
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Title:Delta Force: A Memoir By The Founder Of The U.s. Military's Most Secretive Special-operations UnitFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.86 inPublished:May 14, 2013Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:006224969X

ISBN - 13:9780062249692

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“A page turner. ... Hard to put down. ... One of those rare books that military people will annotate and underline and hesitate ever to lend out. ... Beckwith’s candor is extraordinary.”