Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 4, Preliminaries Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Preliminaries Summary

While Chavez and his companions are on their way by private jet to their training location in Colorado, the loss of such a valuable soldier is discussed by Lieutenant Tim Jackson and his older brother, Commander Jefferson Jackson, USN. Over drinks at the Monterey Officers Club, they also note the early deployment of a whole bunch of sergeants, all of whom they note are of Spanish descent.

In Colombia, Clark makes contact with another undercover CIA agent, Carlos Larson, a skilled pilot who runs a flying school and whose services are very much in demand. Larson takes Clark on a reconnaissance trip in his Twin Beech. They fly over the mountains towards Medellin and note a lot of castle like homes, which have all been built on hilltops.

Chapter 4, Preliminaries Analysis

The parallel development of the different strands of the story...

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