Line of Fire - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

W. E. B. Griffin
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Chapter 12 Summary

After Ernie leaves the suite at Walter Reed, the men have their meeting. Everything they discuss is considered Top Secret. Pickering says he plans to rescue Howard and Koffler and at the same time keep the Coastwatchers station, Ferdinand Six, operational. McCoy discusses the possibility of using a submarine to extract the men and to put in a replacement team.

McCoy says that they should consider the fact that the Japanese have broken the code and they know the radio is there. They also know that the radio will not last forever, so they are just waiting. McCoy feels that if they tell Howard and Koffler about a rescue, the Japanese will know and take them before they can reach the beach.

McCoy says they should just land with the replacement team, radios and natives that know the island, and then find Howard...

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