Delta Force - Book 1, Delta Force : Chapter 7, Chapters 23 - 27 Summary & Analysis

Charles Alvin Beckwith
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Book 1, Delta Force : Chapter 7, Chapters 23 - 27 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 23: Here the author informs readers about the Operators Course for those who have survived the entry into the Special Operations testing. Shooting training, by way of example, was practiced for 15-20 hours weekly. This may or not seem strange: it is the same amount of time as many part-time jobs. Beckwith gives some details about the relationship between the experience the Germans had with the aircraft hijacking, and how this pertained to some of the training methods used by Beckwith in developing DELTA Force.

Chapter 24: Beckwith feels he is making progress. He describes the men and how highly valued it is when people take the initiative to attend to important matters. He recounts the story of how he found an excellent captain functioning as one of the sergeants. He tells...

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