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Clear and Present Danger Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12, The Curtain on SHOWBOAT Summary

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Chapter 12, The Curtain on SHOWBOAT Summary

The ground team report to their HQ called VARIABLE that a twin-engine aircraft is about to leave. When the pilots board the Piper Cheyenne and take off, the ground team reports the American registration number, the time of take off and the course it takes. The radio channels are working perfectly and Clark is monitoring the radio conversations from the communications center in Panama. Later on, the pilot of the F-15 forces the Piper Cheyenne to land at the airstrip, where the pilots are interrogated by the Recon. When they give up all they know, they are flown off to be processed by a Federal Judge in Florida.

Admiral Cutter and Directors Moore and Jacobs meet with the President in the Oval office. They discuss SHOWBOAT and tell him that it is underway with accounts of its initial successes...

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