Close Combat - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

W. E. B. Griffin
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Chapter 5 Summary

Banning's flight arrives in San Francisco. A Shore Patrol officer meets Banning and says there is a plane waiting for him.

The Office of Management Analysis was under the command of Fleming Pickering, with Lieutenant Colonel F. L. Rickabee, under him. Dillon was somehow involved with them and Macklin was under Dillon selling war bonds. Colonel David M. Wilson, the Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff in Personnel is looking over Macklin's record at the request of General J.J. Stewart from the Public Affairs Office. Wilson wasn't impressed with Macklin's record and wonders why Dillon had him brought home for the bonds tour. General Stewart arrives and asks that Macklin be assigned to his staff. Wilson agrees that it is a splendid idea.

Banning arrives at Anacostia Naval Air Station in Washington, D.C. He is met by Captain Edward Sessions who tells...

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