Code Word: Geronimo

Code Word Geronimo The leader of SEAL Team uttered Geronimo and the world let out a sigh of relief The symbol of ultimate evil was no Code Word Geronimo is the amazing moment by moment story of the clandestine raid

  • Title: Code Word: Geronimo
  • Author: Dale A. Dye Julia Dye
  • ISBN: 9781613770979
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The leader of SEAL Team 6 uttered, Geronimo, and the world let out a sigh of relief The symbol of ultimate evil was no Code Word Geronimo is the amazing, moment by moment story of the clandestine raid on Osama bin Laden s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan Told by military insider and Hollywood consultant, Captain Dale Dye USMC, Ret , with Dr Julia Dye, Ph.DThe leader of SEAL Team 6 uttered, Geronimo, and the world let out a sigh of relief The symbol of ultimate evil was no Code Word Geronimo is the amazing, moment by moment story of the clandestine raid on Osama bin Laden s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan Told by military insider and Hollywood consultant, Captain Dale Dye USMC, Ret , with Dr Julia Dye, Ph.D this historic tribute details the bravery and valor of SEAL Team 6 as it descends into a foreign land and achieves the near impossible.

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    About “Dale A. Dye Julia Dye

    • Dale A. Dye Julia Dye

      Dale Adam Dye is an American author, actor, and businessman He served for many years in the U.S Marine Corps, rising in rank from Private to Captain during the course of his career, which included service as a Marine Combat Correspondent during the war in Viet Nam He retired from the USMC in 1984, and has since worked primarily in film and television in addition to writing several books.

    628 thoughts on “Code Word: Geronimo

    • Enjoyed reading Dale Dye's account of the Seal Team operation that nailed Osama Bin Laden. Perhaps because I haven't seen or read any other material on this subject, the details were fascinating. The most interesting thing I learned was about the dog that was on the team. The dog is wearing goggles on the mission. I did a search and discovered these are called "doggles". Supplementary materials in the back explain that "Geronimo" was used to acknowledge that the mission was completed successfull [...]


    • What happened when Osama bin Laden was killed? This GN may answer some of the questions many people still have.


    • This is a graphic novel telling of the assault by Seal Team 6 on Osama Bin Laden. I thought it was very fine. Great art and a solid approach to telling the story. I recommend it.


    • ARC provided by netGalleyI had a lot of trouble writing this review because I came in with negative connotation's about the book. For starters I couldn’t see how this story could do justice to the people involved in this event since it was rushed to publication so quickly. Secondly, so many of the details are still left unknown, mostly in order to protect the SEAL team sent in. And from everything I’ve read about SEAL’s that’s the way they’d prefer to be known. And while my opinion was [...]


    • I've read many a bad review for this book, many simply because it's a comic book. I'm not certain why there is such a strong resentment against a format that includes illustrations.I thought it was great. For an operation that only took something like 40 minutes, this book provided a lot of details and a lot of excitement. Like a single-operation of one of Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp book's, this kept me on the edge of my seat, even though I knew the outcome. while the graphic novel portion is basi [...]


    • Great story, one we know from headlines and evening news, presented in a graphic novel format. Pace is spot on, like a military operation, and art is well executed. Nothing too flashy or overly distinctive, but it does the job - like military gear. May not be for everyone, but it is the story of real heroes putting life on the line to take down the number one terrorist on the planet. For that alone it's worthy of attention.


    • A rapid read with great illustrations that takes you into the action of the night raid in Abottabad. The dialogue is interspersed with military jargon explained with asterisks and footnotes within the frame in a style that is reminiscent of the GI Joe comic book series. A bit thinner than I had imagined, but then again, the mission lasted around 40 minutes.


    • it was ok up until pg. 74, the second panel. I honestly said out loud, 'Really?' Maybe, somewhere someone really thought Finally, this is Over! . but I have never felt such a feeling of relief. more later


    • Good book. Sure quick to read. More pictures than words, which did not satisfy my desire to know more about this incident, or answer some of the questions I've developed since this operation.



    • The subtitle of this graphic novel is “The True Story of the Raid Against Osama Bin Laden.” This is a comic book telling of the hunt for Osama Bin Laden. The publisher IDW Publishing brought together a very interesting and talented team to tell this story. For instance this work is written by a former US Marine Captain Dale Dye. Dye’s biographical background is rather remarkable with his beginning as an enlisted Marine who rose quickly to the rank of Master Sergeant within thirteen years a [...]


    • A comic book version of the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden. Short and to the point. Could have used a little more build up, but they got the raid down pat. Will definitely need to read a longer, more detailed story about this raid.


    • Typical hollywood movie in comic book format. mentioned "true story" on the cover which is why i bought it. It hd some interesting details about the mission, definitly easier to get yourself to read than the page. Has an interesting text addendum about the naative american indian Geronimo, Osama Bin Ladin, and the SEALs' training program. Filled with self righteous moral lecturing and heroic chest thumping throught the whole thing, but at least it clearly states in the begining that that's what [...]


    • Bought it on a whim, more graphic novel than anything else. Always liked Dale Dye's movie work and military career. I'll look forward to a more extensive narrative of the op to kill Bin Laden in the future.


    • I think this was an OK book because it wasn't very long but it was to short. It connects to me because my grandfather was a marine and he was a veteran of the Korean war.


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