Dan Price was the best of what America has to offer: a hardworking and fun-loving Midwestern boy formed by faith, family, and farm-in that order. When his country called for warriors to fight the Global War On Terror, Dan answered and became the best of the best. As a United States Marine, he served as an elite special-forces operator, a MARSOC Raider, recognized by his peers as one of the finest they had ever seen.Where do these heroes come from? In No Stray Bullets, Gunnery Sergeant Price's mother Ruth tells the story of a church-going, homeschooled boy who went from the fields and barns of Michigan to fierce battles in the cities of Iraq and the mountains of Afghanistan. Along the way, he developed world-class physical, mental, and operational skills without ever losing the faith and values that were the source of his strength. When he came home, his whole hometown honored his heroism.Dan Price's courage and accomplishments were not products of mere chance, and neither was his death. Ruth Price celebrates her son's life, because in God's wisdom and providence, there are no stray bullets.