Ghost Soldiers: The Epic Account of World War II's Greatest Rescue Mission - Study Guide Chapters 6 and 7 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 6 the Rangers continue through difficult terrain to Platero (refer to the map inside the back cover) and halt there. The village is converted into a staging area and fallback location for the impending raid. Captain James Fisher, the senior medical officer on the expedition, converts one house into an extemporized emergency operating theater. Fisher will accompany the raiding party as he feels some of the prisoners of war may need immediate medical attention. Meanwhile, Mucci and Prince continue to plan the details of the raid; due to large-scale Japanese movements, the final assault is delayed. Meanwhile two Alamo Scouts, Lieutenant Bill Nellist and Private Rufo Vaquilar successfully scout the camp by gaining a vantage point in a shack a few hundred yards from the camp. They take angles, measure distances, plot strong points, note vehicles, and draw maps that correspond to...

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