Purple Heart

Purple Heart The Brave The Elite The Unkown Heroes The world is in flames once and war demands its terrible tribute in blood Many have already fallen in freedom s cause and the Navy s crack Underwater Demolition

  • Title: Purple Heart
  • Author: H. Jay Riker
  • ISBN: 9780380769698
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Purple Heart

    The Brave, The Elite, The Unkown Heroes The world is in flames once and war demands its terrible tribute in blood Many have already fallen in freedom s cause and the Navy s crack Underwater Demolition Team has paid dearly in wounded and the dead Meticulously trained amphibious commandos, they silently stalk the enemy in his own waters In turbulent seas theyThe Brave, The Elite, The Unkown Heroes The world is in flames once and war demands its terrible tribute in blood Many have already fallen in freedom s cause and the Navy s crack Underwater Demolition Team has paid dearly in wounded and the dead Meticulously trained amphibious commandos, they silently stalk the enemy in his own waters In turbulent seas they are tested and they triumph, unaware that their success and courageous sacrifice are being noted at the nation s highest levels giving rise to glorious legend and to the birth of the most awesome elite fighting force America has ever known.

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    One thought on “Purple Heart

    1. Pete

      This is an entertaining novel with the focus being on the Pacific campaign of World War II. The author succeeds in showing the value of the UDT teams which eventually evolved into the Navy Seals. The novel suffers a bit in terms of continuity as the story randomly jumps from one character to another. With the exception of Frank Rand's wedding and reconciliation with his father we really don't get the personal element that would have made this novel even better.

    2. John

      My father was one of the Scouts and Raiders, the UDT's that were the early beginnings of what we call the Seals. Little has been written about what the Scouts and Raiders did in WWII. This book is one of a series that is a fictionalized account of the UDTS' s. Having said that many of the events in the book are reminders of stories my father told me.

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