Delta Force - Chapter 4, Chapters 16 & 17 Summary & Analysis

Charles Alvin Beckwith
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Chapter 4, Chapters 16 & 17 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 16 begins with the reemergence of this "American version of a 22 SAS unit" as part of American Special Forces. He explains how, now, this is in the hands of generals and colonels, which helps. Charlie Beckwith is now told to make some specific changes to his paper in order to prepare the best briefing. He explains that the Joint Chiefs of Staff is a small committee, with a representative general from each of the four armed forces along with a chairman of the committee who has been appointed by the president. These are the official liaisons to congress. Beckwith is assured that in order for this to work, to implement this new change they are going to have to get it directly to the JCS and out to the civilian arms of the government.

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