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Hooyah 2 is the second installment of the heroic adventures of Pat Riot, a devilishly handsome mountain of rock-solid awesome Navy SEAL. For the maximum enjoyment of Hooyah 2, you should first read the epic blockbuster Hooyah to get the perspective and background.
Until now, author Pat Riot has not revealed his true identity because terrorists all over the world would love to find him and take their revenge. But since he has retired, he misses killing these maggots. So he has decided to reveal his identity. His real name is Bruce Allen Michael Freeman (BAMF), and he lives on a ranch in Texas with a full arsenal of weaponry. If you would like a one-way ticket to Paradise, come on down!
I enjoyed learning about the most super-secret part of SEALs training called Land Warfare. It has never been shared with the general public until now. The longest kept super-secret in Navy SEAL history is the use of the Golden Trident as a weapon in close combat. The SEALs train with the Golden Trident until they are like Jedi's with a lightsaber. One of the SEAL mottos is "You have to earn that trident every day." BAMF also shares the battlefield experiences of Seal Team 10, including the hunt for the Muslim extremist Ansur Al Abobabob.
Abobabob is an Islamic radical extremist who has recently ascended to command of the terrorist network in Baghdad. He is a fierce warrior, and his hatred of America runs deep. But he is no match for BAMF and the Navy SEALs. Abobabob is easily recognized on the battlefield. He has a red beard, no soul, and a small phallus.
Another favorite SEAL motto is, “Duck it up, and suck it up.” It refers to the many uses of duct tape on the battlefield. You will be amazed at the myriad of ways duct tape can be used to save lives.
This book is well-written and professionally edited. I didn't find any errors. There is nothing about this book I didn't like. Hooyah 2 is a quick read with only 140 pages. If you have a low threshold for crude humor, and you are proud of our men and women in uniform, you will love Hooyah 2. I am giving this book a rating of 4 out of 4 stars.
In the final chapter, when Pat Riot writes about how difficult it was to take off the uniform and retire, I felt really sad. It must have been a traumatic transition. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading about the adventures of Pat Riot. I realize they are exaggerated for comedic effect, but from the bottom of my heart, “Thank you for your service, Pat Riot!”
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