I've always had a lot of respect for SEAL's. I dealt with them multiple times when I was in the Marine Corps and never got over the fact that they got to play with a lot cooler toys than I did.
I just finished No Easy Day myself. Prior to that I read Lone Survivor and American Sniper. Well... listened to the audio books anyway. This is my take on them...
#1: Lone Survivor should be mandatory reading material for every high school student in America. Period. It is extremely motivating and captivating. It is an amazing recount of real life heroes.
#2: No Easy Day is a really good book. Some people commented that the story isn't told well. I don't think it is bad at all. I have a really good memory and remember how badly the media screwed up the details in the days after the operation so it was great to hear the true story without all the media sensationalism. I think there is a strong argument for making this mandatory reading for high school students as well.
#3: American Sniper isn't a bad book, per say, but it comes across as someone not accustomed to dealing with SF would expect from a SEAL... very egotistical. Don't get me wrong, the author definitely earned his BAD A$$ title. I just wanted to indicate the contrast between books 1 and 2 above (much more humble) and this one (not so humble). There is also the controversy about the whole Jessie Ventura incident over shadowing this book. However, what I found very interesting about this book is the details on how the snipers operated in Iraq. Optional reading for high school.