Into the Fire: A Firsthand Account of the Most Extraordinary Battle in the Afghan War - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Dakota Meyer
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Chapter 8 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 8: Into the Valley, the convoy parks thirteen vehicles at the jumping off point, and Kennefick instructs Meyer to monitor the net because he wants him listening to what goes on. Meyer assures him that he and Rod will get to the wash and pick their team up if things go wrong. As Team Monti sets off in the lead, Meyer is irritated that he is stuck in the rear. He and Rod watch the column file out, but when the village lights go out, Lt. Johnson sends a warning on the radio, so Meyer tells Rod to be ready, yet the patrol proceeds to the village. Just before 5 A.M., Meyer sees villagers leaving the valley, but when he approaches an old man and a teenager, they smirkingly ignore him as they walk past. As dawn breaks, Team Monti...

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