"When The Bullet Hits Your Funny Bone - The Essence of a U.S. Navy SEAL," takes the reader on an emotional roller-coaster ride of tragedy and laughter, giving the reader a complete inner circle view into the professional and personal lives of America's most elite warriors.
However, there is so much more about the type of person that makes up a Navy SEAL, and the life that they live. I feel that a SEALs' sense of humor for a book, would fill a huge gap in the publishing industry, as it would give the average person a more complete picture of just what type of man is a US Navy SEAL.
I am a retired US Navy SEAL, I served my country honorably from 1969 to 1993. I retired as a chief petty officer, and I am a combat veteran of three wars. While in government service, I personally participated in, and led numerous covert operations, and numerous classified missions worldwide in support of U.S. and foreign governments, militaries, and other official agencies.
If one was to describe my book, they would most likely say that it falls somewhere between “Rouge Warrior,” and “The Psychology of Military Humor.”
“When the Bullet Hit Your Funny Bone - The Essence of a U.S. Navy SEAL, offers the reader a personal glimpse into many of the minds of America's most elite warriors, and explains how SEALs bond with each other to become brothers-in-arms. It also explains why SEALs use extreme humor on themselves and others to cope with a job that places these professional warriors face to face with death on almost a daily bases.