Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 18, Force Majeure Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18, Force Majeure Summary

Admiral Cutter gives Ritter the go ahead on bombing the house where the Cartel senior members are scheduled to meet. On the ground, Clark and Larson set up the Ground Laser Designation unit (GLD) and on the aircraft carrier Ranger in the Pacific, an A6-E intruder bomber is armed with one of the blue bombs takes off as part of the fleet exercise. Robby Jackson, observing the exercise from the airborne early warning E-2C aircraft watches the A6 fly out of the radar range toward the South American mainland.

The A6 enters Colombian airspace and assumes the identity of a civilian aircraft en route from Quito to Los Angeles, but when he is out of range of the Colombian radar, the pilot flies towards he real target and contacts Clark on the ground, who lights the target...

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