By S. M. Gunn
Within the hours earlier than Operation barren region hurricane starts off, a daring, submarine-launched raid by way of SEALs of the Naval precise fabrics Detachment captures a suspicious Iraqi shipping send destined for a small island off the coast of Kuwait. On board is a missile warhead designed to carry a daunting payload of lethal germs. The weapon itself is hid within an impenetrable castle courting again to the time of Alexander the good, the place Saddam's scientists are readying a perilous welcome for America's troops -- and a devastating lesson in terror for the folks of Kuwait urban. to avoid a nightmare, the SEALs needs to face doubtless insurmountable actual stumbling blocks and overwhelming numbers of enemy troops. but when they fail, warriors and innocents alike will face whatever some distance worse: annihilation!
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OPERATION BLACK SNOW 33 “The rest of the Persian Gulf had SEAL detachments conducting a number of real-world operations as well as active training. We couldn’t take part in that. Then we get pulled back to the States to sit on our hands again. The men are starting to get on each other’s nerves. Nothing serious yet, but we’re starting to lose our edge. ” Moisen asked. “First, that we eliminate the port and starboard watches for the time being,” Rockham said. “I will see to it that the entire unit is ready to go— both squads will be on a ﬁrst alert status.
Teammates from SEAL Team Two especially, the source for most of the manpower for the SMD, stopped by the house regularly.
No sir,” Rockham said. “In the Teams, we know that better than just about anyone. We’ve trained for years without a hot operation coming along—that’s something we’re used to. What the men aren’t used to is just sitting on their hands and not being able to do anything but studying and PT. Because of our security classiﬁcation and alert status, that was all we were able to do for the last four months in Saudi Arabia. OPERATION BLACK SNOW 33 “The rest of the Persian Gulf had SEAL detachments conducting a number of real-world operations as well as active training.