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"Camp 7 was, however, known to its American garrison as Dien Bien Phu II, and there was a nearly painted sign to that effect. Even more informally, it was known as 'Foo Two'" (Chapter 1m pg. 5)

"John H. Denn had never served in a uniform, and had up until now little regard for the military; yet he found the nightly conversations fascinating. There was apparently much more to the Army than he'd been aware of. And he was more than a little surprised to learn that there was just as much politics in the Army as there was in the corporate corridors of CONTBANK. The difference seems to be that their political battles were punctuated from time to time with genuine battles" (Chapter 2, pg. 51)

"Harke had one priority, the advancement of the career of Major General Kenneth Harke. Since his career was tied to Airborne, Harke regarded the 'threat' Special...

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