Delta Force - Chapter 5, Chapters 18 & 19 Summary & Analysis

Charles Alvin Beckwith
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Chapter 5, Chapters 18 & 19 Summary and Analysis

A brief analysis of the book so far. The tone is informative and personable. The author sticks to the facts; he has integrated his emotions into his accounts quite well. At one point he describes himself as an emotional man and it comes across as well within norms of masculinity within the context presented. At the beginning of the book, he tells of a meeting with President Carter and of how a counter terrorist special forces group will be used to rescue the hostages held by young Iranians at the US Embassy in 1980. Then he takes readers back to 1962, which at first does not seem to make sense. Fourteen years, 100 pages, and 17 chapters of the book later, the author is still trying to get a counter terrorist special forces group installed as a permanent fixture of the American military...

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