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by Mick Flynn

eBook Bullet Magnet ePub
Author: Mick Flynn
Language: English
ISBN: 0753828049
ISBN13: 978-0753828045
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co; UK ed. edition (March 1, 2011)
Pages: 368
Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Building
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 524
Formats: azw mbr txt rtf
ePub file: 1237 kb
Fb2 file: 1576 kb

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From northern Ireland to Afghanistan Mick Flynn tells in his own words the amazing tale of Britain's most highly decorated frontline soldier. A true tale of his life in an out of the army that certainly makes you think, highly recommended.

From the breakneck pace of an opening where he is in action in Helmand province, under fire from the Taliban, Mick Flynn pulls no punches. It's obvious that he is a trained killer.

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Michael John "Mick" Flynn, CGC, MC (born 1960) is one of the British Army's most decorated members in recent years. Flynn was born in Cardiff, Wales, in 1960. He joined the British Army and served in the Blues and Royals

Michael John "Mick" Flynn, CGC, MC (born 1960) is one of the British Army's most decorated members in recent years. He joined the British Army and served in the Blues and Royals. He has seen active service in Northern Ireland, the Falklands War, the Bosnian War, the Iraq War and the War in Afghanistan. In 2003 he was awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross as a lance corporal of horse when serving with D Squadron, Blues and Royals in Iraq. It’s obvious that he is a trained killer. But how did it reach this point? The journey starts with his childhood, a working class lad, learning to fight and finding himself repeatedly on the wrong side of the law. Even after joining the Army he is found at fault and jailed, an experience that finally shocks him into behaving himself.

There's love too: his estranged wife, Denise, is being brought back into the picture, just as Mick tries to start a new life with his girlfriend Rachel. Can he manage to separate his ferocious soldiering persona from the real Mick?

A raw, honest and evocative account of life as the most highly decorated serving soldier in the British Army.
Karon
A good military memoir from a British veteran.
Grokinos
Very emotional, the end made me cry.
Enalonasa
I never heard of Mick Flynn, but his story about his service in northern Ireland, the Falklands and Iraq are very interesting and insightful. I've read three books about this war, and Mick's is the first British perspective I've had the pleasure to read.

Mick's a combat soldier-- and his story is a "war fighter" perspective on it all. He's been at the tip of the spear on many occasions, in many conflicts, and his story comes through very well.

I've studied all of the campaigns we was involved with, and have had the pleasure of interviewing a few of the veterans (including one or two from the other side of things). Mick's perspective is spot on.

It's honest, it's interesting and it gives the reader an excellent understanding of what it means to serve in a uniform in a combat zone.
Kelezel
This is a really honest, great read. Mick Flynn tells his story firsthand in an honest, readable style that is easy to follow and understand. It is not a great work of literature but it doesn't have to be to be real. It was really interesting to finally read a first hand account of British soldiers serving on CVR(T) Scorpion, Scimitar, Striker and Spartan light armor vehicles from the Falklands to Afghanistan. These fascinating vehicles have served well on all fronts but seldom reported. Recommended for anyone interested in modern warfare, especially the British experience.
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