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Rainbow Six Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22, Countermeasures Summary

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Chapter 22, Countermeasures Summary

Henriksen is in Australia checking out the facilities. He inquires about the fog-cooling system. He is told that it was installed as a cheap way of cooling off the athletes. Henriksen fully understands how vital this system is for the project.

Popov updates John Brightling on his recent trip to Hereford. Clark's daughter is a physician and is married to Domingo Chavez another former CIA in Rainbow. She works with her mother, who is a nurse, at the local hospital. Rainbow is a serious threat to terrorist operations and have outstanding intelligence and operational support. With their intelligence ability, they could be aware of their involvement in the recent terrorist incidents. Brightling reasons that if Rainbow is a danger to the project, perhaps they should be taken out.

Henriksen is informed by Australian officials that they have invited Rainbow down for consultation on their security...

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