Henry Constance served nearly 20 years with the UDT (Underwater Demolition Team). During this time he spent 3 tours in Vietnam. In his vivid and raw novel: Good to Go: The Life And Times Of A Decorated Member Of The U.S. Navy’s Elite Seal Team Two, Henry Constance reveals the true terrors of war and of being a Navy SEAL.
This well written novel begins at BUD/S Training where Constance reveals to his readers what this harsh and physically demanding training was like for him to endure. He then enters into his times of service in Vietnam and paints a picture of war unlike other authors. In fact, many readers of this novel have claimed that Constance is able to create extraordinary visions of what war is really like compared to other top authors today.
During his years of service as a Navy SEAL Henry Constance received multiple awards and honors. Amongst these were: three Bronze Star medals and a Purple Heart. In Good to Go: The Life And Times Of A Decorated Member Of The U.S. Navy’s Elite Seal Team Two Constance reveals what led up to these awards, but does so in such a raw and honest way that it doesn’t come off as boastful.
In fact, Henry Constance reveals each and every mistake he made and every defeat and failure he succumbed to while serving in Vietnam. This provides an honest look at the Vietnam War through the eyes of Navy SEAL.