Into the Fire: A Firsthand Account of the Most Extraordinary Battle in the Afghan War - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Dakota Meyer
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Chapter 11 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 11: Into the Fire, Meyer tells Rod that he is ready, so Rod drives the truck downhill, stopping when they see Hafez who informs Meyer that Lt. Johnson sent him out of the house planning to follow, but Hafez does not see Team Monti after fleeing the house. Hafez joined the Command Group, threatening to shoot any who surrendered, but since he cannot lead them back in, they continue into the valley. Meyer hears Kenefick asking for a medevac over the radio, but the transmission breaks up before he finishes transmitting his location. Wedged in tight with no room to maneuver and no cover, the Command Group tries to get out of the wash, so Rod drives the vehicle to provide cover, allowing them to escape the wash. Moving into the village, Meyer exchanges fire with the dushmen, noting that...

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