Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 22, Disclosures Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22, Disclosures Summary

Commander Robby Jackson makes a special point of running into Vice Admiral Joshua Painter at the San Jose Airport in California. When they have exchanged social pleasantries, Robby tells the Vice Admiral that he knows he is not cleared for it, but he is knowledgeable about the smart bombs being used to take out Colombia drug chieftains and personally observed that they came from an A-6 Intruder Bomber from the USS Ranger.

The very angry Vice Admiral tells Commander Jackson to fly immediately to Washington DC and tell Jackson's contact in the agency that there is going to be a lot of trouble with an operation imposed from above and bypassing the regular chain of command. In Washington, Robby Jackson pays another social call, this time on Jack Ryan the Director of Intelligence at the CIA. He confronts Ryan with the...

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