Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 7, Knowns and UnKnowns Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, Knowns and UnKnowns Summary

Dingo Chavez has been guessing about the mission, which his group will be conducting. The high altitude training rules out Panama, Cuba, and Nicaragua. He thinks that his group will be used to train other light fighters, but when the trainer flips the blanket off a submachine gun with a silencer, he knows that the mission is not about training.

Vice Admiral James Cutter and his Deputy Director of Operations, Ritter go over the details of Operation SHOWBOAT. It will start in three weeks. All the different components of the operation are insulated from knowledge of each other. Ritter insists that Cutter get written permission for the operation from the President. Instead, Cutter writes out a letter in long hand stating he has authorization from the President and gives it to Ritter warning him not to show...

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