[Lireing] ➷ Full Battle Rattle: My Story as the Longest-Serving Special Forces A-Team Soldier in American History ➭ Ralph Pezzullo – Dolove.info

Full Battle Rattle: My Story as the Longest-Serving Special Forces A-Team Soldier in American History With Over Combat Missions And Years As A Green Beret, Changiz Lahidji Is An Expert In Military Operations Full Battle Rattle Is The Legendary Audiobook Memoir Of A Soldier Who Served America In Every War After Vietnam Master Sergeant Changiz Lahidji Served On Special Forces A Teams Longer Than Anyone In History, Completing Over A Hundred Combat Missions In Afghanistan Changiz Is A Special Forces Legend He Also Happens To Be The First Muslim Green Beret Changiz Served This Country Starting With Operation Eagle Claw In , When He Entered Tehran On A One Man Mission To Spy On Iranian Soldiers Guarding The US Embassy Where US Diplomats Were Being Held Hostage Three Years Later He Was In Beirut, Lebanon, When A Suicide Car Bomb Exploded In Front Of The US Embassy, Killing People Weeks After That He Was Shot By Hezbollah Terrorists On A Night Mission In Operation Iraqi Freedom, He Led A Convoy That Was Ambushed On Its Way To Fallujah He Was Clearing Houses In Mogadishu, Somalia, In October When A US Black Hawk Helicopter Was Shot Down Feet Away From Him In The Incident That Inspired Black Hawk Down In He Dressed As A Farmer And Snuck Into Eastern Afghanistan And Located Osama Bin Laden For The CIA Along The Way, Changiz Earned Numerous Commendations, Including The Special Forces Legion Of Merit, Purple Hearts, And Many Others Last Year He Was Nominated For Induction In Military Intelligence Hall Of Fame And Cited As The Finest Noncommissioned Officer To Ever Serve In Special Forces Written With Ralph Pezzullo, Changiz S Story Is An Amazing Audiobook Of Perseverance And Courage, Of Combat And One Man S Love For His Adopted Country

7 thoughts on “Full Battle Rattle: My Story as the Longest-Serving Special Forces A-Team Soldier in American History

  1. says:

    I served in the same company with Changiz in Oki for three years, lived next door to him and his Mother in Mansion 58 Every one of us who know him would give him a ten star review if we could He exceeds the norm in all of the best traits of an SF soldier and while all of us see a little part of ourselves in what he writes, we all know he is one of the very best t

  2. says:

    Full Battle Rattle by Changiz Lahidji Feb 2018 , 291 pp.Hey, a really fine, enjoyable read If you missed reading the above book jacket blurb, this is the military autobiography of U.S Army Master Sergeant Changiz Lahidji who served on Special Forces A teams longer than anyone in history, completing over a hundred combat missions in Afghanistan He also happens to b

  3. says:

    Received my copy today of Full Battle Rattle During my years in Special Forces it was an honor to have known and served with a wild man and friend Changiz Lahidji, who had a distinguished career in Special Forces He served 24 years on SF Teams and is one of the few who really has been there and done that, from Iran.Afghan.His Bio book has just been released and rev

  4. says:

    I had the honor of serving with MSG Changiz Lahidji for 2 years on an ODA in 1st Bn, 1st Special Forces Group, in Okinawa Japan To say that he is a character is an understatement The book is well written but reads best if you have served in the Army and better if you have served in Special Forces If not then you may have trouble understanding some of the terms and n

  5. says:

    I read the book being an amateur military historian and am torn in which direction I would rate it ON hand you have a very interesting story of what our country is based on, foreign national coming over for a better life, joins the military has unique abilities for a unique mission and spend years fulfilling what we and Hollywood writes moves about then you have a co

  6. says:

    Wow What a life this guy has had A true patriot Opened my eyes to the spectrum of what our elite soldiers are asked to do A fun and easy read.

  7. says:

    Made it to page 63 and quit Don t know if it was lost in translation with writers or what Had difficulty with graduation from jump school made you a Ranger several references before page 63 Ask anyone with a Ranger tab and they would be insulted Once he said he was a sergeant and next couple of pages he was back to corporal I guess because he was from Iran he did not h

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