Code Talker: A Novel About the Navajo Marines of World War Two - Chapters 16-21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16-21 Summary

Ned reconnects with Georgia Boy in Guadalcanal as his squad waits for orders to invade Bougainville. As Ned and his group of Marines are preparing to invade Bougainville, General McArthur and his men are preparing to invade New Britain Island so they can establish air strips on both. As Ned waits on his transport vehicle to land on the beach, he and his fellow Marines listen to the American ships and planes bombard the beaches with bombs.

Ned and his group are among the first to land on the beach. Ned somehow makes his way to the edge of the beach and begins to dig a foxhole. It is a long day of fighting and Ned is amazed that it all happened without ever seeing a Japanese soldier.

The landscape of Bougainville was mostly hills and volcano. Between the landscape, the...

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