Violence of Action: The Untold Stories of the 75th Ranger Regiment in the War on Terror Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Violence of Action: The Untold Stories of the 75th Ranger Regiment in the War on Terror

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Violence of Action is much more than the true, first-person accounts of the 75th Ranger Regiment in the Global War on Terror. Between these pages are the heartfelt, first-hand accounts from, and about, the men who lived, fought, and died for their country, their Regiment, and each other. Objective Rhino, Haditha Dam, recovering Jessica Lynch, the hunt for Zarqawi, the recovery of Extortion 17 and everything in between . . . These stories have been told many times in barracks rooms, bar tables, and backyard barbecues but they have never before been shared with the general public. It is time for those stories to be heard.




  • This is hands down the greatest audiobook I've ever listened to. It provides an incredible and captivating glimpse into the world of the prestigious ranger regiment. Much appreciation to the brave veterans who shared their untold stories.
  • Marty, I gotta say, thank you for putting together this incredible book! I was absolutely hooked and there were moments that really hit me in the feels. Seriously, everyone needs to give this a listen, it's a must-have!
  • This audiobook offers a remarkable perspective on the intense experiences that occur in the midst of battle, shedding light on the sacrifices made by the members of the 75th Ranger Regiment. The price of freedom has always been steep, but there is nothing more worth fighting for than one's faith and love for their country. The deeply touching account of Christian's mother resonated with me, evoking a profound sense of sorrow and empathy. It made me feel a heavy weight in my heart, truly connecting with her grief and anguish. My sincerest hope is that Jesus provides comfort and protection not only to Christian's mother but to all the brave Rangers.
  • I can tell that the author of this book has absolutely no clue about Special Operations Forces (SOF). I picked up this book hoping for a heartfelt tribute to my fellow soldiers, but instead, it ended up making the author seem like a complete fool. The absence of military jargon and comprehension has turned this book into nothing more than a collection of bedtime stories for children.
  • I had no problem with most of the book, except for the section about Gold Star, which I found to be overly preachy. I don't have anything against religion, but it was a bit excessive for my taste, so I ended up skipping it. Apart from that, I really liked the book.
  • If you're not a fan of Christian wallowing in a bunch of magical BS, then this audiobook might not be for you. However, it does offer a collection of intriguing first-hand accounts that are told with different levels of objectivity.
  • This book, "Violence of Action: The Untold Stories of the 75th Ranger Regiment in the War on Terror," is a collection of short stories shared by Rangers, recounting their personal experiences during the Global War on Terror (GWOT). The stories cover a wide range of emotions, from amusing anecdotes that will have you laughing out loud, to poignant moments that will tug at your heartstrings. However, one thing is certain - each story is definitely worth delving into.
  • Well done and very touching with the personal stories. The chapter of the wife and the mother was a little difficult to listen to. Made me a little emotional. Great insight into the story of Army Rangers.