Captain Pantoja and the Special Service - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Chapter 4 opens with a dispatch from Rear Admiral Pedro Carrillo, Chief of the River Forces of the Amazon to Captain Pantoja's superiors in the Peruvian Army. In his message, Carrillo grants Pantoja and the SSGFRI permission to use a Navy vessel (the S.S. Pachitea) for transporting Special Service personnel to and from military installations in the Amazon region. The Rear Admiral informs Army high command that in exchange for using the boat, the Peruvian Navy would also like to utilize the services of the prostitutes of the SSGFRI. Once the boat is appropriated by the Army, the Pachitea will be known as the Eve. The Eve, according to Pantoja's request, will bear no military insignia. The naval crew, headed by First Subofficer Carlos Rodriguez Saravia, will be briefed on the delicate nature of their mission to ensure their full cooperation and to minimize risk to the...

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