The Right Kind of Crazy: My Life as a Navy SEAL, Covert Operative, and Boy Scout from Hell

The Right Kind of Crazy: My Life as a Navy SEAL, Covert Operative, and Boy Scout from Hell[PDF / Epub] ☄ The Right Kind of Crazy: My Life as a Navy SEAL, Covert Operative, and Boy Scout from Hell ✓ Clint Emerson – Bluevapours.co.uk Clint Emerson, retired Navy SEAL and author of the bestselling Deadly Skills presents an explosive, darkly funny, and often twisted account of being part of an elite team of operatives whose mission Kind of PDF ↠ Clint Emerson, retired Navy SEAL and author of the bestsellingDeadly Skills presents an explosive, darkly funny, and often twisted account of being part of an elite team of operatives whose mission was to keep America safe by whatever means necessary Just be happy he s on our sideClint Emerson is the only SEAL ever inducted into the International Spy Museum Operating from the shadows, with an instinct for running towards trouble, his unique skill set made him the perfect hybrid operator Emerson spent his career on the bleeding edge of intelligence and operations, often specializing in missions The Right PDF/EPUB or that took advantage of subterfuge, improvisation, the best in recon and surveillance tech to combat the changing global battlefield MacGyvering everyday objects into working spyware was routine, and fellow SEALs referred to his activities simply as special shit His parameters were find, fix, and finish and of course, leave no trace He operated by only two codes if you aren t cheating, you aren t trying and it s only illegal if you get caught The Right Kind of Crazy is unlike any military memoir you ve ever read because Emerson is upfront about the fact that what Right Kind of PDF ↠ makes you a great soldier and sometimes hero doesn t always make you the best guy but it does make for damn good stories.

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    iOS for the iPad is the biggest iOS release ever the only SEAL ever inducted into the International Spy Museum Operating from the shadows, with an instinct for running towards trouble, his unique skill set made him the perfect hybrid operator Emerson spent his career on the bleeding edge of intelligence and operations, often specializing in missions The Right PDF/EPUB or that took advantage of subterfuge, improvisation, the best in recon and surveillance tech to combat the changing global battlefield MacGyvering everyday objects into working spyware was routine, and fellow SEALs referred to his activities simply as special shit His parameters were find, fix, and finish and of course, leave no trace He operated by only two codes if you aren t cheating, you aren t trying and it s only illegal if you get caught The Right Kind of Crazy is unlike any military memoir you ve ever read because Emerson is upfront about the fact that what Right Kind of PDF ↠ makes you a great soldier and sometimes hero doesn t always make you the best guy but it does make for damn good stories."/>
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  • 320 pages
  • The Right Kind of Crazy: My Life as a Navy SEAL, Covert Operative, and Boy Scout from Hell
  • Clint Emerson
  • 24 June 2019

10 thoughts on “The Right Kind of Crazy: My Life as a Navy SEAL, Covert Operative, and Boy Scout from Hell

  1. Lorilin says:

    Oh guys, I hate when I don t like a book as much as everyone else does especially when it s written by a hardcore, badass Navy SEAL I really thought I was going to love The Right Kind of Crazy Author Clint Emerson also wrote the wildly popular and highly entertaining

  2. wally says:

    finished this morning of the 4th of february 2020 good read three stars i liked it kindle library loaner and the first from emerson the redacted portions are a sin, the fabled they also redacted a chapter title heh i suspect tacticslikelyand a pain as emerson writes about developing adid he say new something or other, strategy tactics i guessspy stuffand the little that isn t redacted prior to a big black chunk irving, washing, i long for you tragically had a couple guys finished this morning of the 4th of february 2020 good read three stars i liked it kindle library loaner and the first from emerson the redacted portions are a sin, the fabled they also redacted a chapter title heh i suspect tacticslikelyand a pain as emerson writes about developing adid he say new something or other, strategy tactics i guessspy stuffand the little that isn t redacted prior to a big black chunk irving, washing, i long for you tragically had a couple guys in a room told to do this do that looked like they were looking for folk aware of what s up liked the memoir, liked the telling of time before he became a snake eater, as a kid,i recall climbing out of a van on coronado, heading to ngfs training, some guy in a helmet, boots, some type of utilities jumping off a porch landing in a puddle and away he went and nurdingwhere are you now chris complained about some bud s asshole splashing in puddles had no idea what a seal was, late 70s might have been a pair of boots, helmet on top, on the porch floor knew there was something called bud s but didn t know the s stood for seal thought all it had to do was getting into one of those underwater spacesuits, long hose, wrench, bang bang bang on the hull anyone home avon calling memoir has many small stories within the largeroh yeahthat could happen and like too many, he d experienced the wrath of the machine based on nothingthan chickenshit take a jumboacross the water

  3. Jim says:

    After purchasing and reading Clint Emerson s 100 Deadly Skills books I decided to read this story of his time as a Navy SEAL and covert operative I have to say that I was not surprised at much of what I read, but some parts of the stories changed my perceptions of special forces soldiers a little As elite members of the military with the best training on the planet, they still have flaws and human weaknesses Mr Emerson broughtthan a few of those issues into the light of day in this b After purchasing and reading Clint Emerson s 100 Deadly Skills books I decided to read this story of his time as a Navy SEAL and covert operative I have to say that I was not surprised at much of what I read, but some parts of the stories changed my perceptions of special forces soldiers a little As elite members of the military with the best training on the planet, they still have flaws and human weaknesses Mr Emerson broughtthan a few of those issues into the light of day in this book, which seemed a lot different than other books written by SEALs that I ve read I only gave it 4 stars due to the copious amount of redaction throughout the book if information was truly redacted, why not re write those parts Seeing row upon row of blacked out text was amusing, and made me think it may have been his way of expressing frustration over the government s redaction process Or maybe it s just a stunt to add some spice to the story Overall I recommend this book to anyone looking to get inside the head of a 20 year veteran of special forces Clint Emerson s rough humor and language isn t for everyone, but I found his approach to writing refreshingly real Give it a go

  4. Madm007 says:

    I liked it, I did I had to read in parts, only because I had to process it Sometimes, look stuff up, just to double check lol, should ve known better My bubble has been burst, SEALs are human, working isn t at all glamorous, and it really does take a special skill mindset to make be a SEAL, I am impressed There s not much room for emotions, it seems, life and death, split seconds, eternal waiting, switches on and off, human machines and all This is gritty, to the point, as much as can be wi I liked it, I did I had to read in parts, only because I had to process it Sometimes, look stuff up, just to double check lol, should ve known better My bubble has been burst, SEALs are human, working isn t at all glamorous, and it really does take a special skill mindset to make be a SEAL, I am impressed There s not much room for emotions, it seems, life and death, split seconds, eternal waiting, switches on and off, human machines and all This is gritty, to the point, as much as can be with redactions, and there is even a bit of emotion, tho that s dangerous and unacceptable too, my take only, along with a bit of comedic relief, always appreciated and needed Relating incidents from when he was a kid to now.Kudos and thank you to our elite and all military A very good read, thought provoking and bringing to mindquestions that probably cannot and shouldn t be answered

  5. Matias Myllyrinne says:

    Interesting topic in general Some cool stories but a lot of redactions, so no real context to many tales The issue may be the writers self absorbed style and constant need to come across as cool, tough, smart The cringe starts in the self pity section towards the end where he goes through how poorly he was treated at the end of his career.The need to justify his cruelty to animals, is logical I guess but a turn off none the less.

  6. Gustavo Herrera says:

    The Right Kind of Crazy 5 5For someone with progressive views of social justice and diversity, I can be surprisingly primitive in a lot of ways I love fighting martial arts , I love grueling physical training, and I am not above physically incapacitating and hurting another guy if I witness him abusing or bullying a weaker or defenseless person I know that last part can be dangerous, and even illegal, but as far as character flaws go, I think a lack of self control against violent bullies i The Right Kind of Crazy 5 5For someone with progressive views of social justice and diversity, I can be surprisingly primitive in a lot of ways I love fighting martial arts , I love grueling physical training, and I am not above physically incapacitating and hurting another guy if I witness him abusing or bullying a weaker or defenseless person I know that last part can be dangerous, and even illegal, but as far as character flaws go, I think a lack of self control against violent bullies is certainly one of the least worse.If I have the opportunity to act to defend someone else and yes, inflict pain in the attacker is a plus , I have to do it I honestly believe in that famous JFK quote, from a 1961 speech, which says The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing As a former victim of bullying and physical aggressions, I refuse to be the guy who turns a blind eye towards abuse and violence.This book was very meaningful to me for that reason He uses his personal story from a rebellious teen to a navy seal special operator, as a perfect example of how you can embrace your flaws, be honest about them, and still strive to become the better version you can be of yourself, especially when deep down you have a principle based belief system of what is right and what is wrong Sure, those kinds of binary beliefs have been used by religious and political zealots to defend their bigoted views, by saying that insert sexual orientation, religion, political party is wrong because it just is.This is exactly why Emerson s book is so compelling, he avoids completely political or religious ideologies in order to avoid the mental gymnastics or complete suspension of reason that those require, he just sticks to a simple idea of defending the victims and being able to act when needed He now has a business based on helping people prepare for that, ingeniously using his story to state his company s mission, which also represents exactly how I think visionary companies should be built As Jim Collins or Simon Sinek would put it, by producing a real added value based on real core convictions that justify and inspire its existence

  7. Maria says:

    Emerson was a SEAL, recruited to do individual intelligence missions in hostile countries and environments This is his story, raw and filtered only by the DOD pre publication review process He starts with his growing up in Saudi Arabia in the Dhahran compound for the American expatriate workers of Aramco, to his teenage years in Texas before going to his services with the Teams.Why I started this book I love SEAL books, from the first humble brag, of anyone could do this which is why X numbe Emerson was a SEAL, recruited to do individual intelligence missions in hostile countries and environments This is his story, raw and filtered only by the DOD pre publication review process He starts with his growing up in Saudi Arabia in the Dhahran compound for the American expatriate workers of Aramco, to his teenage years in Texas before going to his services with the Teams.Why I started this book I love SEAL books, from the first humble brag, of anyone could do this which is why X number washed out of our training class, to the best part of my job is blowing things up to the rah, rah, rah, AMERICA Why I finished it Emerson has bridges to burn, merchandise to sell and axes to grind, and he does them all gleefully and openly in this book Most SEAL books have a subliminal my dick is the biggest and baddest in their books Emerson s charm is once again his rough embrace, front and center, of penis stories probably because he was trained as a medic I think that he spent so many years in the shadows that he is eager to come out and tell everything, minus the parts redacted But he is quick to show where in the story the redactions fit in and how senseless he finds them

  8. Kyle Bohrer says:

    I would recommend this book to anyone that has an interest in the military This book was a great read and had everything from action to jokes and muchI really enjoyed this book and think that if you have an interest in anything military even if it s not about becoming a Navy SEAL, that this book is great for you In this book he talks about his training and his tours around the world I really like the style he writes in and think that he and his illustrations go very well together When I would recommend this book to anyone that has an interest in the military This book was a great read and had everything from action to jokes and muchI really enjoyed this book and think that if you have an interest in anything military even if it s not about becoming a Navy SEAL, that this book is great for you In this book he talks about his training and his tours around the world I really like the style he writes in and think that he and his illustrations go very well together When you read this book it will take you into a place where you feel like you are behind enemy lines with them He does a really good job of making you feel like you are with them and helps you see what they see He is very descriptive and has lots of jokes making the book even better I would say that you need a different sense of humor for this book and also you can t be offended easily If you are then this book would be very hard for you to read because he makes lots of jokes and also swears a lot which can be hard for some people to read I give this book a five star because it really made me feel involved in the book

  9. Brian West says:

    Excellent readFantastic If you love 100 Deadly Skills either edition or his predecessor book Escape the Wolf, you ll have undoubtedly wondered about the SEAL behind the pages, his bio, his actual name, etc And you mind find yourself stalking him on Instagram for entertaining content This is Clint s story Although several sets of genitals were harmed along the way, and you ll find the liberal use of the F bomb as a verb, adjective, and noun, it s a super great read It might not make the Ac Excellent readFantastic If you love 100 Deadly Skills either edition or his predecessor book Escape the Wolf, you ll have undoubtedly wondered about the SEAL behind the pages, his bio, his actual name, etc And you mind find yourself stalking him on Instagram for entertaining content This is Clint s story Although several sets of genitals were harmed along the way, and you ll find the liberal use of the F bomb as a verb, adjective, and noun, it s a super great read It might not make the Accelerated Reader list at your child s school, but The Right Kind of Crazy will give you a healthy dose of life led by someone with motivation and persistence I thoroughly enjoyed it and was a bit sad to come to the end It left me wondering why I too hadn t been an operator instead opting for such ridiculous notions as graduate school I can t seem to scroll back up and proof read what I ve tapped out on my smartphone so BLUF buy the book and read it cover to cover Then go make a sugar cookie

  10. Darren Sapp says:

    Having read both 100 Deadly Skills books and watched many of Emerson s videos, I was excited to read this one His memoir reads just as he talks with no filter for a realistic dive into Navy SEAL life and stands apart from others As a Navy vet that went to Great Lakes for boot camp about the same time, this one hit home for me I write about that in my novel, Fire on the Flight Deck shameless plug , but only mention that if you want another Navy story after reading Emerson More importantly, I Having read both 100 Deadly Skills books and watched many of Emerson s videos, I was excited to read this one His memoir reads just as he talks with no filter for a realistic dive into Navy SEAL life and stands apart from others As a Navy vet that went to Great Lakes for boot camp about the same time, this one hit home for me I write about that in my novel, Fire on the Flight Deck shameless plug , but only mention that if you want another Navy story after reading Emerson More importantly, I hope you ll take his message to heart about equipping yourself with the resources Escape the Wolf makes available Not only am I mconfident in protecting myself, my family, and my coworkers, I ve taught these skills along with other skills I ve acquired to friends and family I attend a large church in the Dallas area and want our teams going overseas for missions to prepare themselves but also find Emerson s work helpful for both staff and residents in senior communities Do yourself a favor Enjoy the ride of this book and then pick up the first 100 Deadly Skills book Be a sheepdog

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