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Rainbow Six - Chapter 16, Discovery Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16, Discovery Summary

In his New York apartment, Popov is watching this latest hostage incident. To his surprise, he sees one of the team members smoking a pipe after the all clear. He hurriedly views the tapes of the Bern and Austrian incidents and sees a man of roughly the same size also smoking a pipe after the take-downs. He looks for other similarities. He sees a small man at each incident who seems to be in charge. Although in each instance, the local police had been credited with the take-down, Popov has growing suspicion that a special operations unit is in force.

On the flight back to Hereford, John Clark reminds Johnston that his mission is to take the terrorists out not to serve as a vehicle of revenge. While Clark understands Johnston's feelings about the little girl mercilessly shot dead by the gunman, Johnston could have...

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