UNSUNG: Quiet Voices of the US Navy's EOD Warriors and Their Families
By Dr. Paula Kapp Greene & Joseph E. Shaffer III
UNSUNG reveals in-depth stories by members of the US Navy's Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) community of special forces and their families. The Hurt Locker, an Academy Award-winning film, portrayed one limited but dramatic narrative of the US Army's EOD warriors in Iraq. But the stories of the Navy EOD community, the self-described "quiet professionals," have not been told--until now. These are special operators and technicians who undertake some of the most lethal work performed by members of the American military. Two years of interviews recount the grit, devotion, camaraderie, and pathos of these highly trained specialists. Heartfelt interviews with the families of these brave and dedicated sailors describe their stresses, pride, successes, and sadly, their grief.
50% of proceeds are VERY generously donated by the authors to EODWF and Navy Special Operations Foundation!
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