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Zero Footprint: The True Story of a Private Military Contractor¿s Covert Assignments in Syria, Libya, And the World¿s Most Dangerous Places

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Gildart Jackson

10 Hours 0 Minutes

Hachette Book Group USA

January 2016

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This national bestseller is a dramatic insider account of the world of private military contracting.

Armored cars, burner phones, top-notch weaponry and top-secret missions -- this is the life of today's private military contractor. Like author Simon Chase, many PMCs were once the world's top military operatives, and since retiring from outfits like US Navy SEAL TEAM Six and the UK's Special Boat Service, they have devoted their lives to executing sensitive and hazardous missions overseas.

Working at the request of U.S. and British government entities as well as for private clients, he takes on jobs that require 'zero footprint,' with no trace of their actions left behind. Chase delivers firsthand accounts of tracking Bin Laden in Afghanistan and being one of the first responders after the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi. We see his teams defuse terrorist bombs, guard dignitaries, and protect convoys traveling through perilous territory -- and then there are the really big jobs: top-secret 'zero footprint' missions that include searching for High Value Targets and setting up arms shipping networks.

The missions in Zero Footprint will shock readers, but so will the personal dangers. Chase and the men he works with operate without government backup or air rescue. If they die serving their country, they remain anonymous. There are no military honors or benefits. Contractors like Simon Chase are the unsung heroes in the war against terrorism, a strong, but largely invisible force -- until now.

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  • M Marazon

    Outstanding book! I love how the author is as transparent as he can be given the subject matter. Really makes us appreciate the freedoms we have from those who protect us.

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  • Ronald Knedlik

    good from start to finish with some story's that were so FUNNY I literally laughed my self into tears, and the other parts bring the tears back but ARE NOTHING TO LAUGH ABOUT.

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  • Anonymous

    Good read, good narrator.

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  • George R.

    Thank you Simon for sharing these accounts with us! It was well written and exciting as well as thought provoking. Brought me to tears while listening in the truck at work (although it would be nice to edit out some of the profanity

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  • William B.

    I wanted to like this book but it just did not do it for me. Some of the stories seemed exaggerated which made the whole thing less than believable for me. I gave it a 3 being generous. The narrator was pretty good though and very animated.

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  • Christine R.

    Outstanding!

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  • Shakir H

    Great book. A range of emotion. From full laughter to holding back tears. The Narrator did a fantastic job

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  • jason s

    I thought this book was pretty awesome, narrator was great; an emotional roller coaster for me. Great look into the world of private contracting.

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  • Sean Carter

    Great narrator! Very detailed of each story...I feel as if I was there.

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