Peter Nealen

Peter Nealen is a former Reconnaissance Marine and veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan. He deployed to Iraq in 2005-2006, and again in 2007, with 1st Platoon, Bravo Company, 1st Recon Bn. After two years of schools and workups, including Scout/Sniper Basic and Team Leader's Courses, he deployed to Afghanistan with 4th Platoon, Force Reconnaissance Company, I MEF. Works by Peter include: The American Praetorians Series Task Force Desperate (October 2012) - ebook , paperback and audiobook Hunting in the Shadows (June 2013) - ebook and paperback Alone and Unafraid (August 2014) - ebook and paperback The Devil You Don't Know (June 2015) - ebook and paperback Lex Talionis (June 2017) - ebook and paperback The Jed Horn Series A Silver Cross and a Winchester (October 2013) - ebook and paperback Nightmares (January 2015)- ebook and paperback The Walker on the Hills (December 2015) - ebook and paperback Older and Fouler Things (September 2017) - ebook and paperback The Brannigan's Blackhearts Series/Universe Kill Yuan (Spring 2016) - ebook and paperback Fury in the Gulf (November 2017) - ebook and paperback Burmese Crossfire (January 2018) - ebook and paperback Enemy Unidentified (March 2018) - ebook and paperback Frozen Conflict (May 2018) - ebook and paperback High Desert Vengeance (August 2018) - ebook and paperback Doctors of Death (December 2018) - ebook and paperback The Unity Wars Series (P.L. Nealen) The Fall of Valdek (July 2018) - ebook and paperback The Defense of Provenia (August 2018) - ebook and paperback The Alliance Rises (September 2018) - ebook and paperback Short Stories Rock Meet Hard Place (Part I) - Baen Books Blog Non-Fiction Operation Redwings: The Rescue Story Behind Lone Survivor (December 2013) - ebook only The ISIS Solution: How Unconventional Thinking and Special Operations Can Eliminate Radical Islam (SOFREP) (November 2014) - ebook only

2 thoughts on “Jack Murphy’s Review

  • January 25, 2013 at 1:05 am
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    Congrats, man! That’s a big deal. And Jack’s all right for an Army guy. (Okay, don’t tell him I said that. He may kill my ass!)

    And in truth, I know that special operators are closer than various branches; as they should be. Speaking of which, though I was just a straight line guy in A/1/8, I DID get to spend six months working up with a Force Recon unit as part of their covering force platoon. Best of all, I was a fire team leader and it was our fire team that got to directly work with them and secure the entries/exits.

    They were great, though they ragged and hazed my ass to no end…

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  • January 25, 2013 at 4:57 am
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    Thanks, man. Got to meet Jack at SHOT this year. He’s a good dude.

    Sounds like old Force, before they dismantled it to build MARSOC. New Force doesn’t get trail platoons anymore; we had to fight just to be acknowledged as a Force platoon…

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