“Everyone knows how tough SEAL training is, but very few people understand the powerful methods and psychology that can turn raw recruits into deadly commandos.” – Lieutenant Commander Rorke Denver, U.S. Navy SEAL
Lieutenant Commander Denver has led hundreds of assault missions in Iraq and has run every phase of SEAL training, basic and advanced, including advanced sniping, hand-to-hand fighting and communications over the past four years. He became the public face of the SEALs when he was chosen to star in the 2012 film Act of Valor, a No. 1 box office hit based in part on the SEAL adventures of his own BRAVO platoon and made with unprecedented cooperation from the U.S. Navy.
Hyperion books has announced plans to publish a new book by Lieutenant Commander Rorke Denver and Newsday columnist Ellis Henican. The book, titled DAMN FEW: Making the Modern SEAL Warrior, is scheduled for publication in January 2013
In DAMN FEW, the SEAL commander traces his journey from competitive high-school athlete to lethal assault-team leader. Drawing on his own SEAL experiences as a recruit, a platoon leader and a training officer, Denver will write about what it takes to become one of the nation’s most elite warriors and how they’ve evolved into America’s best protectors in the post-9/11 world.
“As America’s SEAL-maker, Rorke Denver understands intimately how these elite warriors are selected, trained, and motivated—and how they are forever changing the way America fights its wars.” – Elisabeth Dyssegaard, Editor in Chief of Hyperion.
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