The Corps: Book 1 Semper Fi - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

W. E. B. Griffin
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Chapter 6 Summary

McCoy sails on the Whaley. He is not happy about his assignment to the Navy Yards in Philadelphia. At Pearl Harbor, he boards the U.S.S. Fenton for San Diego. At San Diego, he is told to report to the brig sergeant. There he finds that he is to be part of a guard detail transporting prisoners to Portsmouth. They depart the next day and ride in a special Army troop car.

From Portsmouth, McCoy goes on to Philadelphia, changing trains at Boston. He thinks of leaving the Marine Corps and returning to Shanghai, not remembering about discharges being frozen. On the train he meets Malcolm Pickering, who is about to become a Marine. He wants to talk about the Marines. Pick and McCoy keep drinking and talking and the next morning, McCoy wakes up in the Bellevue Stratford Hotel. Pick orders...

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