Delta Force - Book 1, DELTA Force: Chapter 10, Chapters 35 - 39 Summary & Analysis

Charles Alvin Beckwith
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Book 1, DELTA Force: Chapter 10, Chapters 35 - 39 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 35: "Intelligence is to Special Operations as numbers are to a mathematician," (p. 223). The Germans, including a personal friend, offer to assist, but General Vaught tells Colonel Beckwith to pass up the opportunity to have American spies on a German television crew in Teheran. The reality was Colonel Beckwith needed daredevil pilots to fly the helicopters on this mission. It is determined to try training Marine Corps helicopter pilots for this mission. It was concluded that the best course of action to take was to enable the helicopters to refuel in the desert by drop loading them supplies from the air. Lieutenant Colonel Sieffert led his Marine Corps pilots through training drills. They were being asked to learn to fly the helicopters in rough terrain at night, so close to the...

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