Fields of Fire - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

James Webb
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Chapter 32 Summary

A helicopter mission passes over the men with eight men attached to a net. Four are alive and the other four are dead. The men are saddened, but continue walking. Senator looks up in dismay at the vision before him. He had recently read another letter from his friend, Mark, and it quoted the headliner in a recent newspaper that the Americans were killing innocent villagers. Senator can't take this much longer. He feels that what he and the other men are doing is wrong. They are not God and cannot justify killing gooks for no reason.

Senator goes to the Regimental Legal Officers tent and says he needs to talk to the Legal Officer. The clerk asks him if it's important. He says it's very important, so he gestures him in. He tells the officer all about the killing of Baby Cakes...

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