Baby seals ... and big ole gators
A school for warriors
Welcome to hell, gentlemen
Like the remnants of a ravaged army
'Bye dudes, give 'em hell
An avalanche of gunfire
The final battle for Murphy's Ridge
Blown-up, shot, and presumed dead
An American fugitive cornered by the Taliban
Reports of my death greatly exaggerated
"Two-two-eight! It's two-two-eight!"
Epilogue : Lone Star
Afghan War, 2001-
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Brace yourself before reading this story of a Navy SEAL hunt for an Al-Qaeda leader that did not end well. For readers who like real-life special forces adventures.
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Frightening or Intense Scenes: oh yeah.
Violence: People are shot blown up and stabbed. Many moderately graphic decriptions of deaths and gore. SEALs die in brutal ways and same with the Talibans. Lots of violence but nothing overly graphic or disturbing.
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Lone Survivor: A conversation from the Hero Summit
A conversation with director Peter Berg, retired Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, and actor Taylor Kitsch of Lone Survivor about the clashing definitions and manifestations of heroism and courage at the heart of this riveting, harrowing story.