Into the Fire: A Firsthand Account of the Most Extraordinary Battle in the Afghan War - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 7: Ganjigal, Team Monti receives a call from Camp Joyce that they are needed for a mission, so they prepare, and on September 7, 2009, a convoy of eight vehicles drive south to Joyce; their mission is to provide security for a key leader engagement in the mountain village of Ganjigal, but Hafez tells them Ganjigal is a bad place with bad people, foreshadowing the catastrophe that occurs there. Though there has been tension between Ganjigal and Camp Joyce, the elders of Ganjigal claim to support the Afghan government after Joyce officers threaten to build a new outpost in the valley near the village. When the locals do not react negatively to a U. S. patrol, Ganjigal is deemed pro-American and supportive of the Afghan government, so when they ask for money to work on their mosque, the mission is scheduled. Fourteen...

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