Into the Fire: A Firsthand Account of the Most Extraordinary Battle in the Afghan War Setting & Symbolism

Dakota Meyer
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Columbia, KY

Columbia, KY is the small town where Dakota Meyer was raised.

Parris Island, SC

Dakota is sent to boot camp at Parris Island, SC.

Afghanistan

Afghanistan is the main setting of "Into the Fire" as this is where Dakota is stationed with Team Monti and where the Battle of Ganjigal takes place.

Camp Joyce

Camp Joyce, ten miles south of Combat Outpost Monti, is the forward operating base and headquarters for U. S. Army Battalion 1-32 which is tasked with preventing enemy infiltration from Pakistan. This is where Major Kevin Williams, Lt. Johnson's superior, is stationed. Camp Joyce is also headquarters for the Afghan battalion that Team Monti advises.

Combat Outpost Monti

Meyer and his team are stationed at Combat Outpost Monti, ten miles north of Camp Joyce, and they run patrols to local villages from Monti.

Hill 1911

Hill 1911 is where Sgt. 1st Class Dennis Jeffords...

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