Rogue Warrior - Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

Richard Marcinko
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Chapter 19 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 19, p. 267—-SEAL Six is actually under the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) of Brigadier General Dick Scholtes, but the unit's money management is run by Commodore Ted Lyon of NAVSPECWARGRU TWO. Ted often complains when Richard demands special foreign equipment like German cars and guns, but Richard usually gets his way. In training, SEAL SIX learn to parachute from high planes and glide to a target, or wait until the last minute to open their parachutes. They learn to quickly drop down on a ship from ropes hung from a helicopter.

At Eglin Air Force Base, a Chinese-American soldier called Donnie Lee is shot by his swim partner in live ammunition exercises involving entering a room and clearing it of the enemy. At first Donnie seems to recover, but then he suffers an infection and dies. His swim partner...

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