Gripping Military Novel Tells the True Story Behind the Bravery of the Crimson Beret
By: Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
The video below offers an action-packed look at how the Russian elite Special Forces are trained for action, and also shows how the Russian Army works.
The novel "The Crimson Beret" presents a dramatized tale of these modern-day Spartans, both fearless and seemingly invincible, as they face the toughest enemies confronting the Russian people. The book's video explores the friendship and intense brotherhood of these warriors, shows how real courage and heroism fit into the picture, and reveals the self-sacrifice and reckless bravery necessary in those who fight the world's battles. Then there are the women who provide the support that bolsters these brave soldiers.
Lis, looking through the SWD optics, reported, "I can see the second terrorist through the side wall window. He's holding a hostage." "Got you," Yegor answered and lowered his hand with the radio. "I give you another half hour!" the terrorist cried out loud. "Then the first hostage is to fly down!"
Right then, the spidermen group, having secured their ropes, started going down. Two of the spidermen, carrying AK–74, descended along the window line, coming to a halt between the fifth and the fourth floors, while the third spiderman, with an APS, his head upside down, climbed down to look over the edge of the window where the terrorist was standing, and now hovered at the height, controlling him.
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About the Author: Gennadii Ternovskii grew up in the city of Pyatigorsk, Russia. After finishing school in 1993, he entered the Novosibirsk Military Academy of the Internal Troops of Russia's Ministry of Internal Affairs. Graduating in 1998, he qualified for the Sixth SWAT Detachment of the Internal Troops of Russia's Ministry of Internal Affairs, known as "Vityaz." He took part in the counterterrorist mission in the Northern Caucasus and the special release hostage mission at Dubrovka Theatrical Center (the "Nord-Ost" musical). In 2005, he quit the army, commenced his theater and movie career and began writing books.
THE CRIMSON BERET: WHO ELSE BUT US? REVELATIONS BY A SPECIAL FORCES OFFICER (ISBN: 978-1-62857-