Into the Fire: A Firsthand Account of the Most Extraordinary Battle in the Afghan War - Chapters 15 & 16 Summary & Analysis

Dakota Meyer
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Chapters 15 & 16 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 15: Dab Khar, Meyer rejects the psychologist's help and refuses to talk to his dad after the helicopter leaves to take his brother home. He washes the blood off him and watches the sun set on a roof with Hafez and several Askars. The next day at Monti, the guys are upset about how TOC failed the soldiers in Ganjigal. Meyer insists on packing up his brothers' belongings, and he is devastated when he finds that Annie, his dog, has been shot since dogs are no longer allowed on base. For the first few days, Meyer tries to keep busy to avoid thinking, but he is standoffish with others since he does not want new friends. Because the Askars refuse to continue their patrols unless they are accompanied by U. S. soldiers, the pace of the patrols drops. Meyer finally...

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