SEAL of Honor by Gary Williams

June 9, 2010 by  
Filed under Non-Fiction

SEAL of HonorLone Survivor by Marcus Lutrell helped to make Operation Red Wings one of the best known engagements of the war in Afghanistan. SEAL of Honor, published on the 5th anniversary of the battle, revisits that ferocious fight and the war by focusing on the life of LT. Michael Murphy, the leader of that Navy Seal squad, who was awarded the Medal of Honor for his extraordinary bravery that day. Michael was a young man of unusual character, who was recognized by his peers, as a natural leader, devoted to his comrades, his duty and to his country.

Naval Institute Press, $29.95, May 2010, ISBN#: 9781591149576

This podcast was recorded at BookExpo America 2010 in New York City.

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One Response to “SEAL of Honor by Gary Williams”
  1. Warren Carnell says:

    Thanks for the interesting and well written book on Mike Murphy…
    As long as I live, I will hold this kind of American warrior in the highest respect and admiration..

    I thought I would not enjoy the early days in Mike’s life but I did, as that part was important in making him the man he became…

    The Medal of Honor Ceremony at the White House with President Bush was solemn, moving and uplifting all at the same time.
    Thanks again, Warren Carnell

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