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Top 5 Military books worth reading.

Here is a list of five books that I think are worth reading.

1

Black Hawk Down

Black Hawk Down

This story is about a operation to help the Somalian people on October 3, 1993 when Somalia was run by warlords. The Americans there were attacked when two black hawk helicopters were shot down by RPGs.

2

Purple Heart by Patricia McCormick

Purple Heart by Patricia McCormick

Private Matt Duffy is a Army soldier in the "Green Zone" ( a safe zone) In a Army field hospital with a TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) caused by a IED(Improvised Explosive Device) that blew up in his patrol area, but before the IED went off Matt and his team were ambushed in a alley.

3

No Hero by Mark Owen

No Hero by Mark Owen

Mark Owen was a SEAL team 6 member who went on multiple raids and missions and re accounts what he felt on those missions describing in the most vivid senses.

4

Delta Force novels by Dalton Fury

Delta Force novels by Dalton Fury

There are three books and a fourth one on the way these books are the best at describing the mentality of actual Delta Force operators.

5

American Sniper

American Sniper

American Sniper is about Chris Kyle who has the record of most Confirmed sniper kills in the United States Military. He tells all about his career as a SEAL team 3 member and the mentality that he had to have to be a SEAL.