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W. E. B. Griffin
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The Japanese Carrier Task Force charged with the destruction of the United States Pacific Fleet began launching aircraft approximately 305 nautical miles north of Pearl Harbor. (Chapter 1, pg. 1)

And, he was honest enough to admit, he would have been disappointed if he had. He didn't want to fight the war from behind a goddamned desk in Sodom on Potomac. (Chapter 2, pgs. 40-41)

General McInerney believed everything Galloway was telling him. He also believed that if he were a younger man, given the same circumstances, he would - he hoped - have done precisely what Galloway had done. That meant doing what you could to help your squadron mates, even if that meant putting you ass in a potentially lethal crack. It had taken a large set of balls to take off the way Galloway had. If he hadn't found Sara, he would have been shark food. (Chapter 4, pg. 98)

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