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Iceberg Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12, Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 12, Chapter 13 Summary

Sandecker, Pitt and Royal return the ship to the dock, then head back to their hotel. Pitt takes a cab to the airport and becomes suspicious of his cab driver. The cabbie takes him to the general transient aviation hanger, where Pitt locates the mechanic who scratched his initials into the hydraulic pump Pitt found near the black jet. After some convincing, the mechanic, Sam Cashman, tells Pitt about a couple men who acted very strangely and contracted with him to do some work at 1:30 am on an aircraft and would not sign off on the job. Cashman found a way to cover himself by making out a report, and on the report, he was able to record the call numbers for the jet. While in the hangar, Pitt recognizes an old airplane, in excellent shape, an old Ford Tri-Motor known affectionately as the Tin...

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