JIMMY SETTLE was born and raised in Alaska. The love of outdoor adventures and a strong desire to help people, he was eventually drawn to the most extreme rescue specialists in the world, the United States Air Force Pararescue, or PJ’s for short. Wounded in battle, Jim retired from his position as a PJ. He lives outside of Seattle with his wife and son. He was awarded an Airman’s Medal and Purple Heart with commendations for Valor in Operation Bulldog Bite in Afghanistan, logging 277 hours of Combat Search and Rescue. He is credited for saving 38 lives, and assisting in 28 others in combat, with additional saves and assists in the Alaskan wilderness.
Pararescue Operator Jimmy Settle and Don Rearden
St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
The young adult adaptation of the epic memoir of an Alaskan pararescue jumper, Special Forces Operator, and decorated war hero.
“That Others May Live” is a mantra that defines the...