"American Sniper The Autobiography of The Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History" Chris Kyle USN (Ret)with Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice
October 23rd, 2013
I've received memorial edition of Chris book on last Friday. With additional 80 pages of memories about Chris - written by his friends.
Our adventure with "Thirteen..." started with Chris book - he became to be somebody very close. This additional pages confirmed that Chris was truly unusual man. I regret that I didn't get to know him...
It is first time as I am writing about the book not yet published. But I think it is worth to do it. About the Author of the book - Chris Kyle we can read on web page of Craft International - The Company which his is one of founders and which is providing solutions in area of wide security and connected to it topics:
Sniping is Kyle’s primary area of expertise. Following his combat deployments, the Navy assigned "Chief" Kyle to be the Sniper Instructor for the West Coast Training Detachment. He was the chief instructor for training Naval Special Warfare Sniper and Counter-Sniper teams prior to operational deployments. He is also the author of the Naval Special Warfare Sniper Doctrine, which is the first Navy SEAL sniper manual"
The link to web page of Craft International: http://www.craftintl.com/about.html
The premiere of the book is planned for the spring of 2012. As I heard there is a lot stories about GROM, challenge coins and about Dick Couch in the book.
Chris Kyle appeared in other books-memories - in "SEALs: The US Navy's Elite Fighting Force" by Mir Bahmanyar & Chris Osman and in "The Sherriff of Ramadi" by Dick Couch.
I hope that Polish edition of the book will be published soon and that somebody will have idea to add to this edition introduction - interview with GROM's operators who know Chris Kyle...
PS. I like very much logo of Craft International (punisher) and its motto: Despite what your momma told you...violence does solve problems.
February 25th 2012
English version of the book is published. I read it - I recommend it. Chris Kyle wrote only about one foreign Special Unit - about GROM... And he wrote a lot about it!