Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 30, The Good of the Service Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30, The Good of the Service Summary

The cutter Panache requests sanctuary from the hurricane at the Guantanamo Base in Cuba. On the way there, Murray and Ryan take a videotape machine and talk to Cortez, who he cooperates freely when he is promised that he will not be prosecuted. The helicopter and Larson's plane are hidden from prying eyes on the base.

In Washington Vice Admiral Cutter believes he has emerged unscathed from the events of the previous week and is contemplating his next promotion when a man who claims to be his briefing officer visits him. The man shows him a videotape and a photograph of him shaking hands with Cortez. He tells him that the Deputy Director of the FBI is at that very moment arranging for a warrant for his arrest. He then leaves. A short...

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