Scars and Stripes: An Unapologetically American Story of Fighting the Taliban, Ufc Warriors, and Myself


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$19.99  $18.59
Atria Books
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5.6 X 7.8 X 2.0 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author

Tim Kennedy is a Green Beret, sniper, and former MMA fighter. He's starred on the History Channel's Hunting Hitler and Discovery's Hard to Kill. Tim owns Apogee Cedar Park, a private school in Texas, and Sheepdog Response, a tactical training company. He lives with his wife and children in Texas. Follow Tim on Instagram and Twitter @TimKennedyMMA.

Nick Palmisciano is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and Duke University's Fuqua School of Business MBA Program. He served for six years as an infantry officer before moving into the world of business, creating the successful marketing firm Diesel Jack Media, and Ranger Up, which grew to prominence as the first military lifestyle brand. He lives with his wife and children in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Find out more at, and follow him on Instagram @NickPalmisciano and on Twitter @Ranger_Up.


"Most of us have a few great stories to tell about a time that our lives were extraordinary. My friend Tim Kennedy has a book's worth--and even more than that. Motivated by his audacity, resolve, and gutsiness, I have no doubt you'll begin living your life a little bit more like Tim after reading this."--Joe Rogan, comedian and host of The Joe Rogan Experience
"I've known Tim for twenty-five years. After reading this book, I've never been prouder of him, or happier to know that I have punched him many, many times in the face as hard as I can."--Chuck Liddell, UFC Light Heavyweight Champion
"A gritty account from a leading voice of our Post 9/11 Generation--Tim Kennedy's book is an authentic gut punch of a life lived with grit, resiliency, and a never-quit attitude in the face of heartbreaking failures and incredible success that every American can learn from."--Honorable Patrick J. Murphy, America's first Iraq veteran in Congress and 32nd Army Undersecretary