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Battleground Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4-5 Summary

W. E. B. Griffin
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Chapter 4-5 Summary

Chapter four opens with the unnamed Sergeant Major driving Sessions and Moore to their private plane for the trip to Washington DC. Moore enjoys the airplane ride but is mildly apprehensive about his father's reaction to this change in career plans. Moore's family is descended from a wealthy Pennsylvania family and his father likes to travel in a style well above the usual missionary to the Orient. Moore does not have much respect for his father. When the plane lands, Rutterman meets Sessions and Moore and puts Moore on a train to his family.

On the same day, in Wellington, New Zealand, at the First Marine Division HQ, the Division Commander and his Deputy Commander General Harris receive word that their operation will soon be visited by Major Jake Dillon, who will be working on the Marine public relations, as he is an ex-Hollywood press...

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