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used in Fearless

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  • They ranked Adam Brown five out of thirty-two second class petty officers.
    p. 162.1
  • Those who passed would be "platooned up"—assigned to one of twelve platoons on Team FOUR, each comprising sixteen men: two officers, a chief petty officer, and thirteen enlisted.
    p. 127.1
  • ON APRIL 3, 2002, KELLEY DROVE ADAM, now Petty Officer Second Class Brown, to the SEAL Team TWO compound at Little Creek to see him off on his first deployment.
    p. 156.0
  • Petty Officer Brown demonstrated great foresight by gathering needed medical supplies for the injured man.
    p. 158.4
  • Petty Officer Brown's professionalism and devotion to duty reflected great credit upon himself and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.
    p. 158.6
  • In one of Adam's earliest performance evaluations while in Golf Platoon, Harley wrote: Despite his limited experience, Petty Officer Brown's initiative and determination ensured 100 percent success in his [platoon's] department.
    p. 159.0
  • He is among the top of the Second Class Petty Officers.
    p. 159.4
  • As the leading petty officer, he headed a twelve-man SEAL unit tasked with creating a premier maritime fighting force from the ranks of Colombia's marines.
    p. 197.1
  • Two days later, Kelley joined Adam as he oversaw the side-by-side burials of Chief Petty Officers Nathan H. Hardy and Michael E. Koch, both twenty-nine years old, at Arlington National Cemetery.
    p. 227.1

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