Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 2, Creatures of the Night Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Creatures of the Night Summary

At the immigration desk at the Colombian Airport, a fit-looking, six-foot tall American with bushy black hair and a lantern jaw is declaring that he is in Colombia on business for a few days. He speaks fluent Spanish and the passport says he is J. T. Williams. In fact, the man is Clark from the CIA Operations Directorate where, officially, he is an instructor at "the Farm." Clark knows that the chief of station is unaware of his arrival in Colombia.

Staff Sergeant Domingo Chavez is a member of the 3rd Battalion, 17th Light Infantry Division and is a training at Hunter-Ligget Military Reservation in California. His training is interrupted by a message telling him to report to headquarters at Fort Ord by helicopter.

When he gets there he is told to report to a...

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