Red Cell

Red Cell[Download] ➼ Red Cell By Richard Marcinko – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk When Richard Marcinko wrote his bestselling autobiography, Rogue Warrior, he and co writer John Weisman were bound by government restrictions and could only tell a fraction of his incredible story Now When Richard Marcinko wrote his bestselling autobiography, Rogue Warrior, he and co writer John Weisman were bound by government restrictions and could only tell a fraction of his incredible story Now the tales he could not tell, the secrets he could not reveal explode in Rogue Warrior II Red Cell a riveting ne novel with Marcinko himself as the hero He is the enemy s worst nightmare and lives by only one rule win, by any meansFreelance security consultant Dick Marcinko is playing terrorist at Tokyo s Narita Airport Easily penetrating the facility s defenses, he engages in a deadly firefight with North Korean operatives and discovers that a group of traitorous Americans are smuggling nuclear materials to North Korea and Japan With no where else to turn, the former Secretary of Defense recalls Marcinko to the Navy against his will to command Red Cell, a dirty dozen Seal team Marcinko created From infiltrating Washington s Navy Yard offices and secret nuclear weapons depot in California, to raiding a North Korean Navy base and a target far out in the Pacific, the Rogue Warrior and his marauding SEALs fight incredible odds and increasingly dangerous enemies A relentlessly paced audio program that hurtles to its electifying climax, Rogue Warrior II Red Cell is as good as a thriller gets. Once again, loose morals, awful language, but intriguing story Sometimes the author s bravado gets on your nerves, and sometimes you think it would take that kind of bravado and extreme self confidence to be able to accomplish the things he writes about Some passages that I marked It is like this Warriors are different Whether you are a master of the ancient Chinese martial art of tai chi chuan, a sniping instructor at the Marine sniping school at Quantico, or a master chief at BUD S out at Once again, loose morals, awful language, but intriguing story Sometimes the author s bravado gets on your nerves, and sometimes you think it would take that kind of bravado and extreme self confidence to be able to accomplish the things he writes about Some passages that I marked It is like this Warriors are different Whether you are a master of the ancient Chinese martial art of tai chi chuan, a sniping instructor at the Marine sniping school at Quantico, or a master chief at BUD S out at Coronado Island, you have the same goal to teach your students to neutralize the enemy by any and all means at their disposal, as quickly as they can To instill this principle so that each man can carry it out takes time and effort First, they must be willing to work hard To learn the craft of killing Then they must learn to work as a group remember all that preaching about unit integrity I told you you d see it again Then they must learn to be flexible, both in body and mind In Eastern martial arts, for example, you learn how to turn your enemy s energy against him The same doctrine can be applied in running a Marine platoon, a SEAL squad, or an Army Ranger battalion Finally, you must inculcate in your men a warrior s soul The soul of a true warrior is always prepared for death What that means in plain English is, give your mission everything you ve got because in the end, you re gonna die anyway So the warrior gives everything he does 110 percent This, then, is the core of the warrior The resolve that allows him to kill, face to face The determination that keeps him going despite any adversity pg 98Because my sleeve length is thirty five and my inseam is thirty two, people tend to underestimate me All they see is another knuckle dragger who loves to use the F word in various ingenious combinations They forget that I have a master s in international relations from Auburn, and that I speak three languages conversationally and a half a dozenwell enough to get me by They know that I am proficient at killing They forget that I am also a reasonably capable corporate politician You can t not be a corporate politician and rise to the positions I held in the Navy, which included command of SEAL Teams Two and Six, naval attache in Phnom Penh, Navy liaison to Operation Eagle Claw the rescue of the Tehran hostages and SpecWar briefer to Secretary of the Navy John Lehman It s impossible But that s okay with me I d rather be underestimated It gives me an edge It allows me the advantage of surprise pg 134I worked for countless assholes like Pinky when I was in Vietnam, inflexible, small minded officers with pea brains, who refused to see how SEALs could be utilized imaginatively Instead of using us as the tip of the tactical spear to terrorize and disorient the enemy, they assigned us brief supporting roles for their slow, blundering, ineffective armadas of riverine craft SpecWar spear carriers whose mission was badly conceived and ill defined The reason behind their incredible lack of vision was that they had all been trained as ship drivers, aviators, or nuclear submariners, not as lean, mean badass jungle fighters They thought of war in the conventional way a static affair in which the lines don t shift very much in which one side attacks the other with huge numbers of men to take territory But as we all know now and a few of us knew back then Vietnam was an unconventional war It wasn t about territory and huge armies facing off the way it had been done since the Assyrians Vietnam was a brutal jungle war largely waged by small groups of highly motivated insurgents backed up by large numbers of highly motivated troops To succeed, you had to hit the enemy the way he hit you get in, beat the shit out of him, and get the hell out before he knew what had happened Most of the naval officers with whom I worked just didn t get it 156A word about that You re probably groaning now and saying why the hell is he talking about cannon fodder again God, what an insensitive, politically incorrect schmuck this Marcinko chap is Well, gentle reader, cannon fodder is a reality of warfare There are times when, as a commander, you make a decision that will probably send some of your men to their deaths Period Full stop When I created SEAL Team Six, I chose several of the younger shooters knowing that if I had to make that call, they d be the first ones to go into the jaws of death I did it without remorse or guilt I did not feel remiss about this because, as a SEAL, I am the Navy s cannon fodder SEALs are expendable In fact, all SpecWar units are expendable That s the way it s always been Indeed, the UDT teams at Omaha Beach in June 1944 lostthan 50 percent of their men The planners on Ike s staff had known how bad it would be, and still they assigned those naked warriors their mission The Frogs at Omaha Beach were cannon fodder So were the brave Canadian commandos who lost 80 percent of their men at Dieppe But the generals who created those missions weren t villains Nor were they callous Sometimes, war calls for men to sacrifice themselves for a greater good And when the order comes through, you don t have to like it you just have to do it No matter what the consequences may be 167 Macho Motivation Extrordinare Very macho, highly motivating, singularly focused individual.Amazing what he was able to accomplish Willing to sacrifice it all.The language gets to be a little much but it s probably word for word how it happened.Able to learn leadership principles I would apply and things I wouldn t Helps me understand others with drastically different personalities. Golly, he sure does like to say fuck Also doubles down on the homoerotic commentary from the first volume, including such great phrases as Male to male epoxy, These guys would drink each other s piss, and of course, I d suck a room full of dicks. It was difficult to get through this one I don t recommend at all In fact I bet it would be only half the length if you took out all the vagaries and swearing If you are a Navy Seal you might like this book but everyone else skip it. More good stuff from Demo Dick A good readA good book about the founding of SEAL team six, and the men that live their lives in the shadows. Another classic Listened to this one and it was read by the author who is a navy seal not a voice actor but that aside I really liked the story and the dialogue. Probably my favorite of Marcinko s Rogue Warriors. Great read

Paperback  ↠ Red Cell eBook ¿
    Paperback ↠ Red Cell eBook ¿ nuclear weapons depot in California, to raiding a North Korean Navy base and a target far out in the Pacific, the Rogue Warrior and his marauding SEALs fight incredible odds and increasingly dangerous enemies A relentlessly paced audio program that hurtles to its electifying climax, Rogue Warrior II Red Cell is as good as a thriller gets. Once again, loose morals, awful language, but intriguing story Sometimes the author s bravado gets on your nerves, and sometimes you think it would take that kind of bravado and extreme self confidence to be able to accomplish the things he writes about Some passages that I marked It is like this Warriors are different Whether you are a master of the ancient Chinese martial art of tai chi chuan, a sniping instructor at the Marine sniping school at Quantico, or a master chief at BUD S out at Once again, loose morals, awful language, but intriguing story Sometimes the author s bravado gets on your nerves, and sometimes you think it would take that kind of bravado and extreme self confidence to be able to accomplish the things he writes about Some passages that I marked It is like this Warriors are different Whether you are a master of the ancient Chinese martial art of tai chi chuan, a sniping instructor at the Marine sniping school at Quantico, or a master chief at BUD S out at Coronado Island, you have the same goal to teach your students to neutralize the enemy by any and all means at their disposal, as quickly as they can To instill this principle so that each man can carry it out takes time and effort First, they must be willing to work hard To learn the craft of killing Then they must learn to work as a group remember all that preaching about unit integrity I told you you d see it again Then they must learn to be flexible, both in body and mind In Eastern martial arts, for example, you learn how to turn your enemy s energy against him The same doctrine can be applied in running a Marine platoon, a SEAL squad, or an Army Ranger battalion Finally, you must inculcate in your men a warrior s soul The soul of a true warrior is always prepared for death What that means in plain English is, give your mission everything you ve got because in the end, you re gonna die anyway So the warrior gives everything he does 110 percent This, then, is the core of the warrior The resolve that allows him to kill, face to face The determination that keeps him going despite any adversity pg 98Because my sleeve length is thirty five and my inseam is thirty two, people tend to underestimate me All they see is another knuckle dragger who loves to use the F word in various ingenious combinations They forget that I have a master s in international relations from Auburn, and that I speak three languages conversationally and a half a dozenwell enough to get me by They know that I am proficient at killing They forget that I am also a reasonably capable corporate politician You can t not be a corporate politician and rise to the positions I held in the Navy, which included command of SEAL Teams Two and Six, naval attache in Phnom Penh, Navy liaison to Operation Eagle Claw the rescue of the Tehran hostages and SpecWar briefer to Secretary of the Navy John Lehman It s impossible But that s okay with me I d rather be underestimated It gives me an edge It allows me the advantage of surprise pg 134I worked for countless assholes like Pinky when I was in Vietnam, inflexible, small minded officers with pea brains, who refused to see how SEALs could be utilized imaginatively Instead of using us as the tip of the tactical spear to terrorize and disorient the enemy, they assigned us brief supporting roles for their slow, blundering, ineffective armadas of riverine craft SpecWar spear carriers whose mission was badly conceived and ill defined The reason behind their incredible lack of vision was that they had all been trained as ship drivers, aviators, or nuclear submariners, not as lean, mean badass jungle fighters They thought of war in the conventional way a static affair in which the lines don t shift very much in which one side attacks the other with huge numbers of men to take territory But as we all know now and a few of us knew back then Vietnam was an unconventional war It wasn t about territory and huge armies facing off the way it had been done since the Assyrians Vietnam was a brutal jungle war largely waged by small groups of highly motivated insurgents backed up by large numbers of highly motivated troops To succeed, you had to hit the enemy the way he hit you get in, beat the shit out of him, and get the hell out before he knew what had happened Most of the naval officers with whom I worked just didn t get it 156A word about that You re probably groaning now and saying why the hell is he talking about cannon fodder again God, what an insensitive, politically incorrect schmuck this Marcinko chap is Well, gentle reader, cannon fodder is a reality of warfare There are times when, as a commander, you make a decision that will probably send some of your men to their deaths Period Full stop When I created SEAL Team Six, I chose several of the younger shooters knowing that if I had to make that call, they d be the first ones to go into the jaws of death I did it without remorse or guilt I did not feel remiss about this because, as a SEAL, I am the Navy s cannon fodder SEALs are expendable In fact, all SpecWar units are expendable That s the way it s always been Indeed, the UDT teams at Omaha Beach in June 1944 lostthan 50 percent of their men The planners on Ike s staff had known how bad it would be, and still they assigned those naked warriors their mission The Frogs at Omaha Beach were cannon fodder So were the brave Canadian commandos who lost 80 percent of their men at Dieppe But the generals who created those missions weren t villains Nor were they callous Sometimes, war calls for men to sacrifice themselves for a greater good And when the order comes through, you don t have to like it you just have to do it No matter what the consequences may be 167 Macho Motivation Extrordinare Very macho, highly motivating, singularly focused individual.Amazing what he was able to accomplish Willing to sacrifice it all.The language gets to be a little much but it s probably word for word how it happened.Able to learn leadership principles I would apply and things I wouldn t Helps me understand others with drastically different personalities. Golly, he sure does like to say fuck Also doubles down on the homoerotic commentary from the first volume, including such great phrases as Male to male epoxy, These guys would drink each other s piss, and of course, I d suck a room full of dicks. It was difficult to get through this one I don t recommend at all In fact I bet it would be only half the length if you took out all the vagaries and swearing If you are a Navy Seal you might like this book but everyone else skip it. More good stuff from Demo Dick A good readA good book about the founding of SEAL team six, and the men that live their lives in the shadows. Another classic Listened to this one and it was read by the author who is a navy seal not a voice actor but that aside I really liked the story and the dialogue. Probably my favorite of Marcinko s Rogue Warriors. Great read "/>
  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Red Cell
  • Richard Marcinko
  • English
  • 23 October 2019
  • 0671019775