Debt of Honor - Chapters 30-34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 30-34 Summary

Mike Dubro is angry. He has played "cat and mouse" games with Admiral Chandraskatta in the Indian Ocean long enough and has no instructions from Washington. The Indian Navy now knows where he is, he fears getting boxed in and, if he has to engage them, he has only two-thirds the force he once had. Chandraskatta is pleased with the current situation. He has pushed the Americans away from Sri Lanka, and surely Dubro will soon be called to the Pacific to deal with the Japanese crisis. At that point, he will be able to transport troops to Sri Lanka and achieve the takeover.

Washington is aware of Mike's situation but continues to tell him to sit tight until the higher priorities are resolved. The most pressing issue at the moment is a plan to deal with the impending panic on...

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