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Six Minutes to Freedom: How a Band of Heros Defied a Dictator and Helped Free a Nation
A highly personal narrative that reads like a story ripped from the pages of a well-crafted thriller, 'Six Minutes to Freedom' is the story of a true American hero on foreign soil, who risked his life for his beliefs.
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by Citadel
(first published 2006)
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This book was ok. It was more about Kurt Muse and not as much about Delta Force. It wasn't as endearing and gripping as some of the other Army true-account stories I have read, such as Lone Survivor or Horse Soldiers. It has a good ending and it's a relatively fast read.
True story of rescue of an American ex-pat in Panama during Noriega's reign of power. Written in the style of a fictional thriller. A quick read- partly because it is hard to put down. Gives an idea of how the Army's elite Delta Force conducts a mission.