After Action The True Story of a Cobra Pilot s Journey None

  • Title: After Action: The True Story of a Cobra Pilot's Journey
  • Author: Dan Sheehan
  • ISBN: 9781480034068
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Paperback
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    After Action Sports feedback app Player Evaluations After Action is a mobile coaching app designed to build strong teams, helping coaches and players get on the same page with quick and efficient communication about their performance. The After Action Review A Leader s Guide The After Action Review AAR is deceptively simple, yet powerful enough to change an army this leader s guide to the After Action Review will show you how they work and how you can start improving your team with them today. After action review An after action review is a structured review or de brief process for analyzing what happened, why it happened, and how it can be done better by the participants and those responsible for the project or event After action reviews in the formal sense were originally developed by the U.S Army Formal AARs are used by all US military services and by many other non US organizations Their use has extended to business as a knowledge management tool and a way to build a culture of accountability An How to Conduct an After Action Review in Simple Steps Apr , An after action review is exactly what it sounds like a project review exercise that occurs after the action has already happened It s a formal process that was first used by the American Army to evaluate combat missions Now, it s used by teams of all kinds including mega corporations like GE, British Petroleum, and Motorola. After Action Review Better Evaluation The After Action Review AAR is a simple option for facilitating this assessment It works by bringing together a team to discuss a task, event, activity or project, in an open and honest fashion It works by bringing together a team to discuss a task, event, activity or project, in an open and honest fashion. How to Write an After Action Report Bizfluent Oct , An After Action Report AAR is a great tool to use for assessing team projects after they re completed This type of report can be very short or quite lengthy, depending on the scope and timeframe of the project being analyzed, but no matter the length, the report always serves the same purpose evaluation and improvement. After Action Review AAR Process Project Management The After Action Review AAR process was developed by the military as a way for everyone to learn quickly from soldiers experiences in the field With this system, critical lessons and knowledge are transferred immediately to get the most benefit. Guide to the After Action Review Center for Evidence The After Action Review is useful for reflecting upon a project during and after its completion Sharing the results from your AAR can help future teams learn your successful strategies and avoid pitfalls you have worked to overcome After Action Review AAR ArmyStudyGuide Action Identify the steps followed during the After Action Review preparation phase Conditions In a classroom environment and access to TC Standard Correctly describe the steps followed during the preparation phase of the AAR Preparation Review training objectives, orders, METL and doctrine. AFTER ACTION REPORT SAMPLE after action report sample department of the xxxxx military organization base name air force base, state, country, etc memorandum for from subject after action report,

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    1. Dan Sheehan says:

      Dan Sheehan served two tours with the Marine Corps in Iraq the first as an attack helicopter pilot during the 2003 invasion and the second in 2004 as a forward air controller with a special operations unit His award winning first book After Action The True Story of a Cobra Pilot s Journey examines his combat experiences and how they followed him home His second book, Continuing Action Completing the Warrior s Journey addresses gaps in the modern warrior s preparation for war and offers pragmatic guidance for veterans navigating the challenges of coming home It is set for release in 2015.Dan left the Marine Corps as a Major in 2007, and now lives in California with his wife, their two young children, and a pitbull named Kitty.



    2 thoughts on “After Action: The True Story of a Cobra Pilot's Journey

    1. A really good read on two levels. First, as a Cobra pilot who joined a few years after Dan, I heard lots of stories about the "Division of Death" and other myths about the invasion of Iraq; this provides a lot of detail about this confusing first weeks, if only from one man's perspective. The story is well told without bravado or hyperbole that I could detect and it was worth it.The second part is the introspection and analysis that takes place on a personal level. I've had a lot of the same que [...]

    2. I have very little in common with the author's experiences and can identify with very little of the story he tells in this book -- which is all the more reason I needed to read it. A masterfully written and compelling story. Thank you for your service, Dan Sheehan, and thank you for sharing your heart in this book.

    3. From my interview with the author about his book:There is no shortage of reads–good, bad, and ugly–that offer readers either fictional stories in the military genre or completely honest, raw, non-fiction accounts of actual war. But Dan Sheehan‘s self-published title After Action offers readers something that not many well-known books present, which is an amazingly well-written open look at what happens when the bullets stop flying and a decorated soldier tries to come home to adjust to a n [...]

    4. I don't know much about being a warrior. But I have a couple of cousins who are former Marine attack helicopter pilots, which is pretty much warrior personified in my book. The older one, Dan, just published this book. He loved what he did and was good at it, serving our country well and honorably. What he wasn't prepared for was his return to civilian society. After years of battening down the emotional hatches (something that is truly required of all warriors), he struggled with opening up to [...]

    5. Here is a book you need to read. You should ask, why? And, I'll tell you why. First, if you have fought for our country, you will be proud to be part of this family of warriors as you read this book. This book will help you shed a light how to cope with post traumatic stress. Second, if you are a civilian, you need to read this book to understand your fellow Americans who have fought bravely to protect our Nation. I believe it is our duty to help each other, especially our soldiers. You will fin [...]

    6. Incredible. The last 10% of the book is the best! Filled with honest insights, reassurance, hopeful. Unlike most military books. Very well written.

    7. Interesting but very long to get to the actual issue. The book is interesting from the fact that the issues experienced by the writer apparently are very similar to what many of the military returning home today have experienced. It would have been great if it included any correlation there may been with the veterans of World War II.

    8. I think every veteran and anyone who loves one should read this!I believe that this man's book could improve the lives of any warrior, and maybe even save a few. #22 Dan is a warrior for sharing this with us. My best friend who is a retired Marine suffers the burden, PTSD and TBI'S. I REALLY HOPE HE READS THIS.

    9. Well done story initially focused on the Iraq invasion as an AH-1 pilot but ventures further than the veneer of missiles and ground fire into the psychological impact firing those rounds has upon the warrior—and how coming to terms with it might be the toughest of battles one faces.

    10. Great insightThis book provides a great perspective into not only the pilot life in Iraq, but also into the issues that come after combat and how to deal with those.

    11. Not my usual genre of book, but a worthy, fast read. About a Cobra Pilot's experience in Iraq and how the killing of enemies affected his personal life.

    12. RealEnlightening, raw, helpful, and educational for me in the human service field. Hope I can use it in my work.

    13. Excellent ReflectionRiveting and inspiring. An excellent read regardless of background or make-up. Writers depiction can help anyone understand trauma and it's burdens.

    14. I know he didn’t write this book for me, so it seems odd to say that I appreciate Dan for having written it. But I do. As the wife of a former Marine pilot, who served with Dan, I would send my husband off – to war, to train – with ever-present but varying levels of concern, dread, and curiosity. What really goes on over there? What is it like when they’re flying? Now I feel like I know. Really, Shoe, you fell asleep?! I read this book over the course of a few days, neglecting many of my [...]

    15. Dan does an excellent job of putting the reader inside his head. He exposes his struggles and the internal battles with sometimes illogical thoughts. The language is strong, but authentic. Helps us appreciate the bearers of freedom. Much respect and appreciation.

    16. First half is a *** combat diary. But it paves the way for the second half, a quite good insight on a combat pilot personal experiences on returning to peace and readjusting to life.

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