Into the Fire: A Firsthand Account of the Most Extraordinary Battle in the Afghan War - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Dakota Meyer
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Chapter 10 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 10: Lost, Meyer assumed Team Monti was on its way out of Ganjigal until he heard those calls. Hearing Meyer's radio message, Valadez radios for him to stay put, but Meyer responds that they are going in, accepting that it will be his fault for disobeying orders if the situation is under control. Two Humvees full of Askars follow Meyer and Rod on the trail to the wash, but they have to turn back for a different truck when Meyer's gun jams. As Valadez directs them to the village, they pick up five frantic Askars and drop them off behind cover, knowing there are at least fifty more Askars trapped in the valley, along with Team Monti, so Meyer believes it is time to make a move. Over the radio, Valadez argues with the platoon leader that they need to...

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