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Rogue Warrior II: Red Cellby Richard Marcinko
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In the smash bestselling autobiography Rogue Warrior, Richard Marcinko chronicled his controversial thirty-year career in the U.S. Navy's elite maritime commandos, the SEAL teams. Marcinko rose through the ranks to create and command the Navy's legendary counterterrorist unit, SEAL TEAM SIX, scoring vitories against enemies all over the globe.
Pleased with his success, the chief of Naval Operations ordered him to create RED CELL — a dirty-dozen team of SEALs whose mission was to infiltrate the Navy's most secure installations. Marcinko did his job too well. No Navy base was safe — no commander's billet secure. His reward was a year in a federal penitentiary.
During that year, Marcinko and John Weisman wrote Rogue
He is the enemy's worst nightmare, living by the untimate commandment of unconventional warfare — win, by any means.
Financed by traitorous Americans, smugglers are transferring nuclear materials to North Korea through Japan. Former Secretary of Defense Grant Griffith, a behind the scenes power in the Pentagon, believes that only the Rogue Warrior can stop the operation; he convinces the Navy to recall Marcinko involuntarily to command RED CELL. Marcinko is a legent to the SEALs of RED CELL, and they're willing to follow him into hell — to go anywhere and do anything to crush those who would betray America for a price.
From infiltrating Washington's Navy Yard offices and the Navy's top-secret nuclear weapons depot in Seal Beach, California, to raiding a North Korean Navy base in the most heavily guarded harbor in Asia, to a final assault on a target far out in the Pacific, the Rogue Warrior and his marauding SEALs fight incredible odds and increasingly dangerous enemies.
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