Over the past few weeks we’ve been providing you with some reviews on some exciting books related to the United States Navy SEALs. Many of these books have been firsthand accounts and memoirs from retired and current Navy SEALs. In the quest to make the definitive top 10 list of the best Navy SEAL books of all time, we would like to get your input.
In recent weeks we’ve reviewed the following books: Good to Go: The Life And Times Of A Decorated Member Of The U.s. Navy’s Elite Seal Team Two, Suffer In Silence: A Realistic Account Of BUD/S Training, and Combat Swimmer – Memoirs of a Navy SEAL, are a few of the books that we have recently read and reviewed. However, we would like to compile a list of the “best of the best” when it comes to Navy SEAL related books.
Have you read a book relating to the Navy SEALs that you found to be a page-turner? Have you read a book about the Navy SEALs that truly moved you? If so, comment below and let us know what books you enjoyed and why you enjoyed them so we can add them to our Winter Reading List. Also, tell us about those Navy SEALs books that “got it all wrong”. What Navy SEALs related books should we avoid all together?
We’ll check these books out and will be compiling an end of year list of the top 10 Navy SEAL books of all time. This will be an excellent resource for anyone who is attempting to learn more about the Navy SEALs and is also looking to educate themselves a little more about what the men in the United States Navy SEALs endure.