Delta Force - Book 1, DELTA Force: Chapter 1, Prologue & Chapters 1 - 7 Summary & Analysis

Charles Alvin Beckwith
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Book 1, DELTA Force: Chapter 1, Prologue & Chapters 1 - 7 Summary and Analysis

During the Prologue of the book, the project and the deciding leaders are introduced. However, nothing will move forward without the knowledge and approval of the executive office. This plan includes a small number of helicopters, the intentional use of distracting "chaos," the commandeering of local buildings—especially a stadium to facilitate landing and take-off of the helicopters—and killing some of the hostage-takers.

The colonel cites a tactical problem regarding using aircraft support during the escape and evacuation portion of the plan. The entire action will take place over the course of April 24-26, 1980. The U.S. president at the time, Jimmy Carter, admitted that he did not want to take this course of action but at the same time he did grant permission for the...

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