By Col. Charlie A. Beckworth (Ret.) & Donald Knox. Avon Books Reprint 2000, PB, ISBN 0-380-80939-7
The Delta Force.
(I don't know if these guys are equal opportunity employers or not?)
Joking aside, this may actually be a really good book. I don't know as I'm afraid I haven't read it.
What makes it stand out from the rest of the non-fiction modern war narratives for me though is the fabulous review on the back cover.
"A page turner…hard to put down; you come to the end of one page and can't wait to read the next one." (Well Duh!)
"It leaves you dehydrated, because you won't want to put it down long enough to get another beer…"
Armed Forces Journal
And I thought a Real man could get a beer from the fridge with just one hand, but apparently that's only taught in advanced training manuals.
Who knew! No wonder they have so much trouble with the toilet seat and asking for directions.
"I always begin at the left with the opening word of the sentence and read towards the right, and I recommend this method." James Thurber in The New York Times Book Review
December 4, 1988.