The Only Easy Day was Yesterday

The Story of the Making of the First United States Navy Woman Seal

by Stephen Enna


Formats

Softcover
£22.95
Hardcover
£33.95
Softcover
£22.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/5/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 406
ISBN : 9781728321844
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 406
ISBN : 9781728321851

About the Book

THE ONLY EASY DAY WAS YESTERDAY is the unofficial motto of the United States Navy SEAL’s. This story is fiction but it is built on a foundation of fact. It is the story of Ashley Morgan Jamison and how she earned the Navy SEAL Triton and became the first woman in American History to earn the right to be called a Navy SEAL. Navy SEAL’s are not born that way. They work hard to develop the physical strength to make it happen, and they must have a mindset that allows them to be mentally tough. Ashley is challenged at each stage of her life, but she meets all challenges with a mental toughness that very few possess. This is a story that just doesn’t happen overnight. It is a story that is developed over 23 years of a woman’s life. Every year presents a new challenge and Ashley thrives on challenges. Ashley’s story is fiction but it is not far from reality. Women are now allowed to apply to become United States Navy SEAL’s but they must pass every test that men must pass. There are no qualification differences. Some women have tried but as of this writing no woman has yet to succeed. It is my hope that somewhere, sometime a woman will read this story and based on Ashley’s experiences the reader will learn, apply and succeed in pulling off something that no woman has yet to accomplish. I would like nothing better than to see this fiction story become a reality.


About the Author

Stephen A Enna is the author of THE ONLY EASY DAY WAS YESTERDAY. He is also the co-author of the eight book Aloha series. Steve is a veteran of the Viet Nam War and was a Lieutenant in the United States Navy. This book was written for his grand children in hopes that it will serve as an example of what they can achieve if they work very hard at it. Steve is married and lives and writes in Northern California.