Eyes On Target


“First review! I’ve been waiting months for this.

This book is filled with great stories of the warrior brotherhood but most illustrate the corrupt leaders in Washington, foreign dictators and even in the Spec ops community. Almost half of the book is a detailed account of the Benghazi incident with insider information.

You might read other books that get your blood going with awesome stories of shootouts and insane odds overcome, and while this book contains those, you get to hear the sad ending for some warriors. A new guy works hard to be the best of the best and is kicked out for something insignificant or a 24 year veteran is abandoned overseas for no damn reason but save some politicians butt.

A great read for those who know a lot about SEALs or for those who understand the corruption in the government. The book was a little shorter than I wanted but well worth the price.

Thank you to all those who have served in the armed forces.” (Manuel Moreno – Amazon)


I have read two books about Seals, one a biography and the other, an autobiography. I found both very interesting as they talked a lot about what they have to go through to be a Seal.

This book covered that a little, but it had a lot of history of how the Seals got started, information about some of their missions and some of the early Seals who were awarded medals for their brave acts.

The book is a fascinating read, and not in the least bit boring. The Navy Seals are like a whole different breed of soldier, and this book gives an inside look at what they are all about, how they work, and as I mentioned – how they got started.

The chapters about the Benghazi attack are of special interest and confirms what conservatives have known all along: that there was time for a rescue, but for reasons our government won’t tell us, the Seals were not allowed to launch that rescue. It is obvious the authors did a lot of research for the whole book, and on those chapters, for it comes through that they know what they are talking about.

I highly recommend this book. Even if you are not that interested in the Seals, it is a book worth reading.” (Mark B – Amazon)

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