Patriot Games - Study Guide Chapter 12, Homecoming Summary & Analysis

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The next morning finds Ryan at the CIA, and he agrees to come on board part time for now. Admiral Greer is pleased, but he knows people well enough to have been able to predict that Jack would come to him. With the ULA files now available to him, Jack begins to compare the ULA with its original parent group, the PIRA. After evaluating several incidents, Ryan realizes that the ULA operates more like a military organization. Their operations are usually successful and they are able to make a clean getaway. All evidence points to military training, begging the question of location. The believed leader of the ULA is Kevin O'Donnell, the only photo in the file is years old and a notation that O'Donnell has had intensive plastic surgery makes the photo outdated. Ryan studies O'Donnell's file, begins to evaluate how he was once...

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