No Easy Day A book by Navy SEAL

No Easy Day Book CoverAn interesting book about the experiences of a former Navy SEAL that involved in a covert operation in Abbottabad, Pakistan, which ended with the death of the founder of Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden.

The author, Mark Owen wrote how he and his colleagues who are members of SEAL team break a room where Osama was on that night. Also witnessed with my own eyes the death of Osama.

The book is titled “No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama Bin Laden“.

With the disclosure, Owen is expected to receive threats from the two parties. On the one hand, the U.S. military took aim with criminal charges if he reveal sensitive information that could compromise the safety of co-workers.

Owen could face investigation because he did not submit the book to the Ministry of Defence before being published. Presedur it should be done, though the book does not reveal confidential information.

This book was published on 11 September 2012, to coincide with the commemoration of the September 11 attacks, but brought forward to 4 September, and became the best-selling book on Amazon.com.

The first printed book that all planned 300,000 copies to 575,000 copies, according to publisher submitted by Dutton, Tuesday, August 28, 2012.

Despite all this, Owen, in a statement said he was determined not to jeopardize national security.

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No Easy Day
[Hardcover]

Mark Owen (Author), Kevin Maurer (Author)

Amazon’s Price: $16.17 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25.

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(Source AP, REUTERS, kompas.com /Image Amazon.com)

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