Bounty Hunter 4/3: From Marine Scout Sniper to MARSOC's First Lead Sniper Instructor Read Online Free -
|Title||:||Bounty Hunter 4/3: From Marine Scout Sniper to MARSOC's First Lead Sniper Instructor|
|Number of Pages||:||352 pages|
January 14, 2018
Well written book about one man's experience as a Marine Sniper. He spends a brief amount of time talking about his childhood but the book is pretty fast paced. Every once in awhile, all the military acronyms become overwhelming, but he explains things as much as possible. Also, I thought the end...
August 07, 2017
Chilling Jason Delgado has penned an excellent book about his experiences growing up in the Bronx, becoming Marine, a sniper, his experiences in Iraq as a sniper, and about becoming an sniper instructor afterwards. While he leaves no doubt about his alpha male status, he does not shy away from de...
July 20, 2017
Review originally published at Book of Bogan.
Bounty Hunter 4/3 is the latest in a string of personal accounts written by special forces soldiers, and other military personnel recounting their experiences in the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. It is the tale of Jason Delgado, a Marine sniper...
October 29, 2017
I thought this was a well-written book about a young man's journey from life in the Bronx into the Marines and ends "shortly" after he left the Marines. He shares what he learned while growing up in the Bronx and how that helped him in the Marines. He then shares his experiences and lessons in th...
October 02, 2017
Bounty Hunter 4\3 is a in- depth personal story of Jason Delgado. Just like American Sniper and American wife readers are given a raw look at life in the military and how one choose the career of a sniper or who that career chooses them.
Jason doesn't sugar coat his life before during the years as...
May 30, 2017
Great book. I must say I learned a lot about how the Marines operate. I learned that the Marines are extremely inefficient in operating at the upper ranks. I also learned that the Marines are extremely smart and some of the best snipers out there, even better than the famous Seal team 6. Plus, I...
October 10, 2017
It was somewhere between liked it and didn't like it. I wish the had a "meh" rating. When the author was talking about his deployments and the action, it was hard to put the book down. When he was talking about his personal life (he's kind of a dick), it was boring.
June 25, 2017
Well-written, thoughtful book about a misunderstood branch of the military. Definitely glad I read it, and highly recommend it to other interested in military nonfiction.
I received a free copy of this book for review purposes.