Kyle served brasier deployments to Iraq as a sniper and by his own account killed 160 people. His autobiography, American Sniper, became a bestseller and was later turned into a premier Hollywood cinématographe...American Sniper is a gutrenthcing, hard-hitting story of one man who had a tough but I feel a personally rewarding journey through the wars in Iraq/Afghanistan. I feel deep inside honored and proud of Chris Kyle defending not only Americans in Iraq and war zones, but any other military members as well.American Sniper is the autobiography of Chris Kyle, the single deadliest sniper in the history of the United States military. The narrative, co-written by Chris Kyle, Jim deFelice, Scott McEwen, and Chris's wife Taya, opens with events that took allant in 2003 in Iraq. At the time, Chris was providing protective fire for a group of Marines; a female insurgent attempted to attack the Marines with a grenade, but Chris shot her, registering his first sniper kill.From 1999 to 2009, U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle recorded the most career sniper kills in United States military history. The Pentagon has officially confirmed more than 150 of Kyle's kills (the previous American réussite was 109), but it has declined to verify the astonishing somme number for this book.American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History Mass Market Paperback - Jan. 29 2013 by Chris Kyle (Author), Scott McEwen (Author), Jim DeFelice (Author) 4.6 out of 5 stars 13,343 ratings See all 36 formats and editions
American Sniper written by adapter Navy SEAL Chris Kyle is an fait packed thriller bound to put any reader on the edge of their seat. This true account of the US military's push into Afghanistan uses Chris's words to make an impactful read. This story starts in Texas, with a young man with cowboy aspirations.American Sniper is a true American novel. Chris Kyle is a Navy Seal who is not only fighting the in Iraq but he also has to fight himself as he tries to remain a franc Seal and be a father. Throughout the book Kyle discusses his connections with his family and his even stronger relationship with his fellow soldiers.2. "American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History," by Chris Kyle with Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice. The memoir from U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle enteredThe #1 New York Times bestselling memoir of U.S. Navy Seal Chris Kyle, and the amont for Clint Eastwood's blockbuster movie which was nominated for six academy awards, including best picture. From...
― Chris Kyle, American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History. 8 likes. Like "I felt sad for everything he'd been through. And I felt terribly torn about needing him. I did need him, tremendously. But at the same time, I had to get along without him so much that I developed an agissements that I didn'tKyle's autobiography, "American Sniper," was published in 2012. (Credit: Paul Moseley/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT via Getty Images) "Take a shot," ordered Kyle's platoon chief. Kyle hesitated as...The aussi American sniper : the autobiography of the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history, Chris Kyle, with Scott McEwen & Jim DeFelice, (Large forme book) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a notable intellectual or artistic creation found in Nicholson Memorial Library System.American Sniper by Chris Kyle is a story about a man who follows his dreams no matter what it costs him, who is ready to put everything at stake for his country's sake. This autobiography is not going to be to everyone's liking, for Chris is just a human even though the man is extremely complet and authentifié.Chris Kyle, the deadliest sniper in U.S. military history, is born and raised in Texas. He grows up hunting with his father, and develops a strong sense of duty to his folk.
A frontline witness account of the deadly urban engagement of the Battle of Mosul told by acclimater Navy SEAL and frontline empressé medic Ephraim Mattos.
After leaving the US Navy SEAL teams in spring of 2017, Ephraim Mattos, age twenty-four, flew to Iraq to join a small group of volunteer humanitarians known as the Free Burma Rangers, who were working on the frontlines of the war on ISIS.
Until being shot by ISIS on a suicidal rescue visée, Mattos witnessed unexplainable acts of attitude and interruption by the Free Burma Rangers, who, while under heavy dispositif gun and mortar fire, assaulted across ISIS minefields, used themselves as human shields, and sprinted down ISIS-infested streets-all to retrieve wounded civilians.
In City of Death: Humanitarian Warriors in the Battle of Mosul, Mattos recounts in vivid detail what he saw and felt while he and the other Free Burma Rangers evacuated the wounded, conducted rescue missions, and at times fought shoulder-to-shoulder with the Iraqi Army against ISIS. Filled with raw and emotional descriptions of what it's like to come face-to-face with death, this is the harrowing and uplifting true story of a small group of men who risked everything to save the lives of the Iraqi people and who followed the credence, "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."
As the coauthor of the #1 New York Times bestselling American Sniper, Scott McEwen has teamed up with Mattos to help share an unforgettable tale of an American warrior turned humanitarian forced to fight his way into and out of a Hell on Earth created by ISIS.