Manus SEAL Classis Civitatum Foederatarum

Manus SEAL Classis Civitatum Foederatarum, usitate Navy SEALs Anglice appellati (ex locutione Anglica "SEa, Air and Land"), sunt principales Classis Civitatum Foederatarum copiae effectionum eximiarum (special operations forces), pars Imperii Classis Civitatum Foederatarum Militiae Eximiae (Naval Special Warfare Command), et maritima Imperii Civitatum Foederatarum Effectionum Eximiarum (United States Special Operations Command) elementa.[1]

Duo proeliatores manus SEAL anno 2004.



  • Bosiljevac, T. L. 1990. SEALs: UDT/SEAL Operations in Vietnam. Ballantine Books. ISBN 0-8041-0722-X.
  • Bosiljevac, T. L. 1999. SEAL Team Roll-Back. Avon Books. ISBN 0-380-78714-8.
  • Bahmanyar, Mir. 2005. US Navy SEALs. Osprey Publishing. (ISBN 1-84176-807-3.
  • Bahmanyar, Mir, cum Chris Osman. 2008. SEALs The US Navy's Elite Fighting Force. Osprey Publishing. ISBN 1-84603-226-1.
  • Couch, Dick. 2008. The Sheriff of Ramadi: Navy SEALs and the Winning of al-Anba. U.S. Naval Institute Press. ISBN 1591141389.
  • Couch, Dick. 2003. The Warrior Elite. The Forging of SEAL Class 228. Three Rivers Press. ISBN 1400046955.
  • Couch, Dick. 2004. The Finishing School. Earning the Navy SEAL Trident. Three Rivers Press. (ISBN 0-609-81046-4.
  • Couch, Dick. 2005. Down Range. Navy SEALs in the War on Terrorism. Three Rivers Press. ISBN 1-4000-8101-7.
  • Jansing, Chris 2010. "A typical SEAL? Think 007, not Rambo." NBC Field Notes (NBC News), 29 Ianuarii. [1] Accessum 29 Ianuarii 2010.
  • Luttrell, Marcus. 2009. Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10. Little, Brown and Company. ISBN 0316044695.

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