Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 5, Beginnings Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, Beginnings Summary

Domingo Chavez is in a training camp in the mountains of Colorado, described as a mountain hideaway by the colonel in charge. The team, now complete, is being trained to run and exercise at a high altitude and all the men are feeling it. Chavez makes friends with Julio Vega, from the 10th Mountain Division and a native of Chicago.

In a CIA house on St. Kitts Island in the Caribbean, Clark is meeting with Ritter, the Deputy Director Operations. He is showing Ritter photos of the terrain in Colombia and tells Ritter that the idea of surveillance of the airstrips is a good one but in the end it will not produce very rewarding results. Also he thinks the roughness of the terrain has been underestimated. Clark outlines, what is a more effective plan in his mind, to produce greater...

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