Into the Fire: A Firsthand Account of the Most Extraordinary Battle in the Afghan War - Chapters 13 & 14 Summary & Analysis

Dakota Meyer
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Chapters 13 & 14 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 13: Primal, Meyer does not see any U. S. soldiers or commanders from Joyce at the casualty collection point. Approaching Major Williams and 1st Sgt. Garza, he insists that it is time for the advisors to take charge and rescue his team. Garza yells about going back in but is stopped because he needs medical attention, yet when Major Williams comments that they lost today before leaving the battlefield, Meyer is furious because his day is not over yet. Fabayo, Rod and Swenson leave for reinforcements, but since Hafez went with them, Meyer cannot organize his Askars since he has no translator. As a quick-reaction platoon covers the vehicles, Swenson calls Joyce TOC to explain that a platoon is moving into the valley. They pick Meyer up, but Meyer laments that they lose focus on his lost team because there...

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