Flight of the Intruder - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

Stephen Coonts
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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

Chapter 3 begins with Jake having a nightmare in which the plane is diving out of control in a hurricane, while in the seat next to him, blood spurts from the headless neck of Morgan. He fights free of the sheets, stands, and realizes he has a hangover. In the shower room, he ignores a sign that allows showers only during certain hours to conserve water. He dresses and goes to the hangar deck, where a petty officer tells Jake his plane had just one bullet hole in it. He goes to Morgan's bunkroom, where a pilot named "Little Augie" Odegard and his bombardier, Joe "Big Augie" Canfield, are packing McPherson's things. They tell Jake that they think the war will continue for quite a while, despite Kissinger's statement. Jake goes back to his room and tries to write a letter to...

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