Most of this book is a slog. Yes the parts about the training are good, because it’s interesting to hear the perspective of the person who completed it.
But most of the book (admittedly I am only at 70%) is just about all the minutiae of all his missions in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Even what should be an interesting part (he was part of the team that rescued the captain of the Maersk Alabama) is filled up with uninteresting none sense from when he got the alert (2+ pages of his stop at the ATM and convenience store on the way to responding to the alert.) Please. Again I am only about 70% into this book and we are nowhere near Neptune Spear.