Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 15, Deliverymen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15, Deliverymen Summary

The carrier USS Ranger is preparing to leave San Diego for an extended battle group exercise to prepare the group for deployment in the Indian Ocean. The Commander Roy Jensen is visited by a Mr. Carlson eight hours before the carrier sails. He commands a squadron of Grumman A-6E Intruder medium attack bombers. The CO is given orders, which he agrees to carry out. They involve some special ordinance, painted blue, which are already aboard the supply ship Shasta. Clarkson tells him that he, himself, will be on the ground and that a civilian "tech rep" will come aboard to coordinate. The commander will be given eight hours notice. It is to be a "quiet operation" and the cover is that it is a Drop-Ex to evaluate a new weapon

In Mobile, Alabama, the police are still mourning the death...

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