Debt of Honor - Chapters 35-39 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 35-39 Summary

Ryan must now turn his attention to the military and intelligence operations which will defeat Japan at its own game. Soon, the public will have to be informed, as the press is beginning to ask questions, and citizens are unable to contact relatives in Guam and Saipan. The decisions will involve how much of the situation and response plan will be revealed to the press and to Congress. There has been one piece of good news, however—the missile sites have been located.

Operation Zorro becomes the name of the overall plan, the initial operations for which involve the following:

1. Five "Ohio Type" submarines are being activated for the purpose of monitoring movements of Japanese ships and submarines. These subs are the quietest in the Navy and have the latest devices for detecting movement and prevention of their own detection...

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