Fields of Fire - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

James Webb
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Chapter 35 Summary

The men make their way through the chest deep water across the Arizona. They know the enemy is out there just waiting for them. They carry their guns over their heads as not to get them wet and hold their cigarette packs in their mouths. Two hours later they reach the northern ridge. The men wait patiently in mud holes along the perimeter, some falling asleep while others just listen. A few hours later, the bombs start. Hodges recognizes the sound of tanks and machine guns.

Hodges peeks over the ridge and sees hundreds of enemy soldiers. They are coming toward him and his men and on the other side of them are more Marines. They have the enemy surrounded. Hodges and the other men feel victorious as they shoot them down one by one. They flee, and a lot of enemy soldiers...

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