Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 11, In-Country Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, In-Country Summary

In Medellin, Colonel Felix Cortez, formerly of the Cuban DGI informs Escobedo that he is not certain as to the details, but two of the Cartel's delivery planes are missing and two of Escobedo's men are in the hands of the Americans. The two men killed an American businessman, his wife, and children on board the businessman's yacht at sea.

On the ground in the Colombian jungle, Sergeant Ding Chavez is silently navigating his Special Forces group toward their checkpoint. When they safely arrive the radio operator sends a signal via a geosynchronous communications satellite to their control called VARIABLE, using the squad's code name of KNIFE.

In Washington at the office of the Director's secretary, Moira, is taking notes on operation TARPON as the Director, Emil Jacobs, dictates. There are about six-hundred million dollars of Cartel money, which has been...

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