Into the Fire: A Firsthand Account of the Most Extraordinary Battle in the Afghan War - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Dakota Meyer
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Chapter 12 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 12: Into the Wash, Rod and Meyer return to the wash for more ammo, and since Meyer still worries about his team, Hafez asks around and learns Team Monti did not make it out; they are still in Ganjigal, foreshadowing Meyer's decision to return to the village. As Hafez, Meyer and Rod drive back to the wash, Meyer wants to ignore the wounded Askars, but being an advisor comes with responsibility so he applies a tourniquet to the man's wounds and puts him in the Ranger behind them which serves as an ambulance. As they return to the casualty collection point, they collect Askars, but the incoming fire does not cease. The helicopters return to search for Team Monti, and meanwhile, Meyer is irritated to find many Askars he trained hiding on the ground, too afraid to return fire. When...

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