Men in Green Faces - A Novel of U.S. Navy SEALs

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They go out into the jungle as a team, inserted by Swift Boat or Huey for maximum impact. And when they killings tops, the enemy only knows one thing: they were hit by the Men in Green Faces.
At base camp they wash off the paint, the blood and the mud, talk about home, and keep their weapons clean. But one of them is slipping into his own private war. His squad think Gene is their good luck charm. Gene thinks God is keeping him alive for one reason only: to find and kill a rogue NVA colonel--and everyone around him.
This classic novel of Vietnam, written by former SEAL Gene Wentz and B. Abell Jurus, remains the most powerful and starkly realistic vision of Seal action ever captured in writing. here is the story of a good soldier trained to be part of an elite team of warriors--and of the killing grounds where he was forever changed.
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