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Cry of the Kalahari Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 15 through 17 Summary

Mark James Owens
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Chapters 15 through 17 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 15: Echo Whisky Golf

In late October 1977, Mark and Delia get word that the Frankfurt Zoological Society of West Germany is interested in funding a plane for the lion research. To get the plane, Mark will have to have a pilot's license. They immediately leave for Johannesburg to visit Roy Liebenberg who had offered to teach Mark how to fly if that need should arise. After the lessons and just 41 hours of flight time, Mark receives his license. The requirements to fly over the Kalahari include a minimum of 500 flight hours. When he flies over the Kalahari he will have to avoid detection by the civil air officials. They purchase a Cessna with the name "Echo Whisky Golf" painted under the wings.

Mark flies the plane back to the Valley. He is worried whether he'll be able to spot his campsite since the...

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