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Sean Naylor

Sean D. Naylor is a Canadian journalist. He is a senior writer for Army Times, which is owned by Gannett Company.

Sean Naylor
Born
Sean D. Naylor

Calgary, Alberta, Canada
NationalityCanadian
OccupationJournalist
WebsiteOfficial website

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Early lifeEdit

Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada to British parents, Naylor earned a master's degree in international relations in 1990 from Boston University.

Writing careerEdit

After college he joined Army Times. Naylor's beats have included U.S. Army training, readiness and the service's senior leadership. He has covered the military in Pakistan, Somalia and Haiti.

In 1995, Naylor co-wrote his first book, Clash of Chariots: The Great Tank Battles. In January 2002, the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) took a couple dozen journalists, including Naylor, into Afghanistan with Task Force Rakkasan. Naylor spent almost four months covering the War in Afghanistan, including several days in the Shah-i-Kot Valley at the start of Operation Anaconda. He returned to the valley at the end of the operation with 10th Mountain Division troops. He was one of eight journalists allowed to accompany the troops into battle during Operation Anaconda, and spent the following three years interviewing almost 200 participants and accessed secret documents that explained the full role of the Advanced Force Operations in Operation Anaconda. With this information, Naylor wrote his second book, Not a Good Day to Die: The Untold Story of Operation Anaconda, published in 2005. In 2015, his book Relentless Strike: The Secret History of Joint Special Operations Command was published by St. Martin's Press.

BibliographyEdit

  • Donnelly, Thomas, Sean Naylor, and Walter J. Boyne. Clash of Chariots: The Great Tank Battles. New York: Berkley Books, 1996. ISBN 042515307X OCLC 34515692
  • Naylor, Sean. Not a Good Day to Die: The Untold Story of Operation Anaconda. New York: Berkley Books, 2005. ISBN 0425196097 OCLC 56592513
  • Naylor, Sean (2015). Relentless Strike: The Secret History of Joint Special Operations Command. St. Martin's Press. ISBN 9781250014542. OCLC 908554550.

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