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Best Delta Force Books You Should Read

Our list of some of the best Delta Force books & series in recent years. Get inspired by one or more of the following books.

1. Delta Force: A Memoir by the Founder of the U.S. Military’s Most Secretive Special-Operations Unit (2013)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadThe definitive insider's account of the U.S. Army's most elite and secretive special-ops unit, written by the legendary founder and first commanding officer of Delta ForceWanted: Volunteers for Project Delta. Will guarantee you a medal. A body bag. Or both. With this call to arms, Charlie Beckwith revolutionized American armed combat. Beckwith's acclaimed memoir tells the story of Delta Force ("the Army's most elite commando unit."—Los Angeles Times) as only its maverick creator could tell it—from the bloody baptism of Vietnam to the top-secret training…
Author(s): Charlie A. Beckwith, Donald Knox

2. Inside Delta Force: The Story of America’s Elite Counterterrorist Unit (2007)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadThey are the Army’s most elite top-secret strike force. But you won’t hear about their heroics on the news, no headlines about them can appear in the papers, and no one—not even their families—can know who they are. First Special Forces Operational Detachment-D—Delta Force, America’s supersecret counterterrorist unit. On paper they do not exist, but without them, our lives wouldn’t be the same.In this exclusive behind-the-scenes account, founding member Eric L. Haney, Command Sergeant Major, USA (ret.), takes you into the grueling selection and training process…
Author(s): Eric Haney;

3. The Mission, the Men, and Me: Lessons from a Former Delta Force Commander (2010)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadAs a commander of Delta Force-the most elite counter—terrorist organization in the world—Pete Blaber took part in some of the most dangerous, controversial, and significant military and political events of our time. Now he takes his intimate knowledge of warfare—and the heart, mind, and spirit it takes to win—and moves his focus from the combat zone to civilian life.In this book, you will learn the same lessons he learned, while experiencing what the life of a Delta Force Operator is like—from the extreme physical and psychological training to the darkest of shadow ops all around the world. From each…
Author(s): Pete Blaber

4. Delta Force: The Elite US Special Forces Unit (2016)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadThe Best Special Operations Unit in The WorldThe Story of the Elite US Army Special Forces Unit This book is for young men or anyone interested in going to the military and joining a Special Operations Unit like Delta Force. This book is not for military historians or ex-military guys looking for new info. If you are a historian or ex-military, please buy another book. This book is not for you, there are other books more suited for you.The Delta Force is probably the most secretive military unit in existence in the world today. The USA government still deny that they…
Author(s): John Winters, Eric Adams

5. Special Operations Mental Toughness: The Invincible Mindset of Delta Force Operators, Navy SEALs, Army Rangers & Other Elite Warriors! (2015)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadThe members of America’s Special Operations Forces are renowned world-wide for their exceptional military prowess and sheer physical toughness. However, the major factor in the success these warriors achieve is their mental toughness, decisiveness, resilience and ability to control their natural physical and psychological responses to fear and stress during some of the most dangerous situations imaginable. These extraordinary warriors possess a unique mindset that enables them to successfully attack and overcome obstacles and challenges that others can’t – or for various reasons – won’t…
Author(s): Lawrence Colebrooke

6. Rescuing Casey (Delta Force Heroes) (Volume 7) (2018)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadOne minute, Casey Shea was minding her own business, doing her job, teaching entomology to college students, and the next she was in the middle of the Costa Rican, jungle fighting for her life. Troy “Beatle” Lennon has watched his friends fall head over heels in love, but never thought it would happen to him. Until he sees a picture of his teammate’s sister. That was it. The absolute joy in her eyes calls to him in a way he can’t understand. But that joy is currently being threatened by an unknown person who had Casey kidnapped and hidden deep in the jungle….
Author(s): Susan Stoker

7. Rescuing Mary (Delta Force Heroes) (Volume 9) (2018)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadFord “Truck” Laughlin and Mary Weston have weathered their share of storms over the last couple years. Truck’s job, Mary’s health. His bossiness, her bitchiness. All while dancing around their intense attraction. Mary’s tried to push him away for his own good but Truck won’t let her give up…on herself or on them. Just when she decides they deserve a fair shot, disaster strikes. Truck has wanted Mary since the moment he saw her. The prickly woman pushes all his buttons and looks beyond his scarred exterior, something few women have managed. His plan to take their relationship to the next level is…
Author(s): Susan Stoker

8. Delta Force: Six (Wayward Souls) (2019)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadHis sixth sense never saw her coming…Knowing when things are about to go sideways has been Casey “Six” O’Reilly’s saving grace for as long as he can remember. It saw him through a decade with Delta Force, and it’s still keeping him one step ahead of his targets as a recovery agent with Wayward Souls.So, why his gift has decided to take a siesta with respect to his new partner—Kameron Monroe, ex-Military Intelligence officer and current pain in his ass—is a mystery. It’s bad enough the feisty blonde is headstrong and impulsive—his polar opposite. Being secretly attracted…
Author(s): Kris Norris

9. Rescuing Kassie (Delta Force Heroes) (Volume 5) (2017)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadGraham “Hollywood” Caverly feels the chemistry with Kassie Anderson in the emails they’ve been exchanging through a dating site. When they finally meet in person, and that online chemistry proves to have real-life sizzle, he knows she’s the one. He couldn’t be happier when their first date, at an annual Army Ball, goes better than he could have imagined. Until Kassie drops a bomb.Kassie doesn’t want to approach Hollywood on the dating site, but threats to her family leave her no other choice. She definitely doesn’t want to fall for the man. But fall she does. Hard….
Author(s): Susan Stoker

10. Rescuing Bryn (Delta Force Heroes) (Volume 6) (2017)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadWhen you’re a Delta Force soldier, you see a lot. Often too much. But nothing can ever prepare you to see your entire team die before your eyes…The loss of his Delta brothers—and his arm—has Dane “Fish” Munroe still struggling months later. He’s moved to Idaho, where an isolated lifestyle is making things worse, not better. Not that there’s anyone left to care.Actually, Bryn Hartwell cares. In fact, she tries to surreptitiously make life just a little easier for the mysterious man who comes into the grocery where she works late…
Author(s): Susan Stoker

11. Marrying Emily (Delta Force Heroes) (Volume 4) (2017)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadFew people know better than Delta Force soldiers that life is unbearably short and achingly precious. So Cormac Fletcher isn’t waiting one more day to marry the love of his life, Emily. Fletch has already adopted her daughter, Annie. Now it’s time to officially make Emily his too.Emily understands just about every woman experiences a few wedding snafus—but they’re usually not of the harrowing, life-or-death variety. Fortunately for her, a guest list full of Delta soldiers and SEALs will make this an event to remember—for both Emily and the uninvited guests trying to ruin her…
Author(s): Susan Stoker

12. Rescuing Harley (Delta Force Heroes) (Volume 3) (2016)

 Best Delta Force Books You Should ReadVideo game coder, Harley Kelso, thought a tandem skydive would help her make her latest game more realistic. Instead, it literally put her in the arms of the sexiest man she’s ever seen. Geeky to the core, Harley is the polar opposite of big and burly Beckett, but that doesn’t stop her from wanting to play more carnal games with the sexy soldier.When Beckett “Coach” Ralston offers to fill-in at a friend’s skydiving club, he doesn’t suspect he’ll meet a woman who will change his life—and he definitely doesn’t expect her to save it. But that’s exactly what happens when…
Author(s): Susan Stoker

Best Delta Force Books You Should Read

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Wave-Forced Sediment Erosion and Resuspension in the Yellow River Delta

Author(s): Yonggang Jia, Xiaolei Liu, Shaotong Zhang, Hongxian Shan, Jiewen Zheng
ID: 2411352, Publisher: Springer Singapore, Year: 2020, Size: 15 Mb, Format: pdf

All Secure: A Delta Force Operators Fight to Survive on the Battlefield and the Homefront

Author(s): Satterly, Tom;Jackson, Steve
ID: 2760121, Publisher: Center Street, Year: 2019, Size: 36 Mb, Format: epub

Delta Force in Afghanistan

Author(s): Moore, Michael
ID: 2074266, Publisher: , Year: 2016, Size: 192 Kb, Format: epub

Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are absolutely hot items according to Washington Post, others are composed by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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