The Corps: Book 1 Semper Fi - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

W. E. B. Griffin
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Chapter 11 Summary

Stecker checks out the Garand with a series of tests and concludes that it is a reliable rifle. He is not satisfied with the results the students are having. McCoy is one of the people who has trouble with the test since his hands are full of blisters, from his punishment of sanding the decks. Stecker suspects that the problem is not McCoy, since he tried the rifle also. He suspects that someone is messing around in the firing pits. He orders them to run the test again, the next day, the first day of Thanksgiving liberty. They find out that Macklin volunteered to be the pit officer. When asked if McCoy knows Macklin, he answers yes.

Stecker looks up Macklin's record and McCoy's. He then begins to ask questions. He finds that Macklin has volunteered for various duties and that McCoy has...

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