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World War Z - Study Guide Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Max Brooks
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Aboard the Mauro Altieri, three thousand feet above Vaalajarvi, Finland, the narrator is speaking with the famous General D'Ambrosia aboard an aircraft in the Combat Information Center (CIC). When the US announced they were going to war, he knew he'd be sending thousands to their deaths. The zombies needed neither food nor leadership. According to D'Ambrosia, the zombies were the perfect fighting force, and that they, unlike any other army, were 100 percent committed to war.

In Denver, Colorado, Todd Wainio does dishes after a meal and talks to the narrator, saying that after the announcement of war, the new army no longer mechanized, now traveled on foot, armored only with light BUD uniforms that helped protect against a bite. Their primary weapons were the infantry rifle and the Lobo. The bullets were designed to fragment inside the skull of the zombie, reducing the likelihood for infection to...

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