Good to Go: The Life and Times of a Decorated Member of the U.S. Navy's Elite Seal Team Two
In 1966 Harry Constance became a member of the newly formed U.S. Navy SEAL Team Two. By 1970, he was a veteran of 300 combat missions in Vietnam, had captured almost 200 enemy prisoners, and had received three bronze star Medals and a purple heart after being wounded in battle. Now, Constance powerfully recounts his combat duty during three tours in Vietnam as a member of SEAL Team Two, Seventh Platoon. Legendary as the "men with green faces," the SEALs are an elite force trained to fight on Sea, Air, and Land with sophisticated guerrilla warfare tactics. Good to Go takes readers on "special ops," as the SEALs infiltrate enemy territory, set up ambushes on the trails of the Mekong Delta, and rescue prisoners of war. Packed with riveting descriptions of the SEALs' real-life adventures, Constance includes an incredible account of the massive Tet Offensive that his team fought from a hotel in My Tho. Good to Go also follows Constance post-Vietnam on dangerous SEAL assignments around the world onboard nuclear submarines and in South American battles.
Specifications of Good to Go: The Life and Times of a Decorated Member of the U.S. Navy's Elite Seal Team Two
|Author||Harry Constance, Randall Fuerst|
|Publisher||William Morrow & Co|
|Number Of Pages||351|
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