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Fate is the Hunter Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 "Gypsies - Doubtful of Station and Intentions" Summary

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Chapter 7 "Gypsies - Doubtful of Station and Intentions" Summary and Analysis

As World War II looms, the United States becomes determined to gain ascendancy over German influence in South America. Germany has strong ties in the area in many venues, one of which is aviation. South American aviation facilities are, to say the least, poor to non-existent and Germany's airplanes are robust and capable. The United States arranges to take over many air routes by agreeing to provide Lockheed Lodestars—newer commercial airplanes—to South American countries at no cost. Brazil agrees and requests that the airplanes be delivered to Rio de Janeiro.

On his first shuttle flight, Gann travels over the Andes Mountains, through a high-altitude pass. The trip is particularly strange as Gann and his co-pilot suffer from the effects of anoxia on much...

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