Debt of Honor - Chapters 11-16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-16 Summary

Even amidst the rising political tensions, the Japanese-American war game exercises, which occur on a regular basis, will continue as planned. The exercises are conducted so that both allies can evaluate the effectiveness of their navies, as they "play" at war in the Pacific. Two American aircraft carriers are readying their forces to launch an "attack" on the Japanese air defense forces, supported at sea by their own destroyers and submarines. Japan is particularly interested in testing its newly developed radar technology which can more accurately detect all incoming and outgoing flights, both military and commercial.

Yamata travels to the United States to meet with Chuck Searls, a computer engineer, who has developed and marketed a program used by the Depository Trust Corporation, to track all investments and trades of the U.S. markets. Yamata purchased Chuck's business a few years...

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