Tuesday, May 8, 2012

SEAL Team Six Outcasts by Howard E. Wasdin & Stephen Templin (Giveaway)

From the authors of the New York Times bestselling book SEAL Team Six comes a thrilling new novel about covert operations of the world’s most elite military team.

SEAL Team Six Outcasts
They are the Outcasts. Because people don’t want to know what they do.                               In the wake of Osama bin Laden’s death, the President wants to finish the job once and for all and orders the assassinations of the seven men vying for bin Laden’s place. The president doesn’t want any of them left to dominate . . . and that means he has only one choice. But doing what’s needed without political repercussions will take a small team flying under the radar. A team capable of finessing the U.N.’s distinctions on national sovereignty and acts of war.  A team like the Outcasts.
Alex Brandenburg: SEAL Chief Petty Officer and Outcasts Team Leader. Disobeyed direct orders by refusing to let a deadly terrorist live to kill another day.                            Francisco “Pancho” Rodriguez and John Landry: SEAL Petty Officers First Class. Took the pursuit of justice into their own hands with explosive results. Catherine “Cat” Fares:  Navy Petty Officer. Holds an unbeatable record for pissing off the top brass with her strongly stated opinions on the combat readiness of women.
The team’s mission: Take out the seven terror merchants vying to take Bin Laden’s place.                                                                                               The team’s status: Expendable.
As the Outcasts track down first one target, then another, and are hot on the tail of the third, they start to realize that they are closing in on a larger plot at hand and will have to do what SEALs do best to ensure the security of the United States: Break the rules, and get the job done.

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  1. Wow, that's a difficult one to answer. I guess it means not even thinking about putting someones well being above my own even if it goes against the grain.

  2. To me courage is wearing your inner steel on your sleeve. Some people have it, some don't. Some think they do but crack when courage is needed but not there. It means having to say goodbye when you really don't want to, believing in love capable of standing the pressures on absence, and the ability to face your fears everyday and keep going.

  3. Thanks for the great post and giveaway!

    I'd have to say that courage to me is the ability to put others first and do what you know is right when no one else wants to or you know that the outcome isn't in your favor.

  4. GREAT giveaway--for me, courage is being able to face something that you are afraid of facing--either a great fear (mine is heights), or something as small as talking to a room full of people (UGH--hate that). It is a person's inner strength, doing something that you don't want to do, but KNOW that is is the right thing to do and needs to be done. It comes in all different shapes and sizes . And for me, the SEALs have it in Spades.
    Great question!

  5. Courage is something I think about every time I see a member of the U.S. Military. They are willing to stand in front of me and protect me with their lives. That is awe inspiring to me. Thank you members of our armed forces :D That is what courage means to me.
    Thank you for this great giveaway!

  6. To me it means doing what you know needs to be done even if you terrified.

  7. The book sounds really good. I think John Wayne said it simplest and best "When the horse bucks you off, get up and get on him again"


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