Line of Fire - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

W. E. B. Griffin
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Chapter 16 Summary

The group is looking to McCoy's leadership on the mission. He does not want any firing or noise. Their purpose is to sneak onto Baku, not invade it. On board the submarine, they discuss the various weapons and how and when to use them . The group respects McCoy's opinion because of his experience on Makin Island. Each number of the group testifies to what exactly he will do in the operation. Hart will being testing the sand as soon as he reaches it. Hart and Godfrey will remain on the beach to hide the radio and supplies while the others go to find Ferdinand Six. If the Pelican is not spotted by the Japanese, it will surface each morning. If the group from the Coastwatchers station does not appear in seventy hours, Godfrey and Hart can leave.

The men begin their mission by...

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