Delta Force - Book 1, DELTA Force: Chapter 6, Chapters 19 - 22 Summary & Analysis

Charles Alvin Beckwith
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Book 1, DELTA Force: Chapter 6, Chapters 19 - 22 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 19: The selection process for DELTA Force is created. Beckwith describes the first two runs of this process. Fewer than 20 percent make it through the first run, and the results are similar the second time, with only 5 of 60 men being accepted into the group for training. Funding and staffing are both areas beset by internal military competition. At the end of the chapter, Beckwith reports that momentum is beginning to move in favor of his project.

Chapter 20 begins with Beckwith feeling "rushed" by other powers within the military force. The chapter concludes by reporting that the governing offices ceased to attempt to hurry the process.

Chapter 21 begins with asserting that minor paranoia symptoms are often a sign about the truth of what they are doing. For some soldiers, and duties, one...

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