By Peter Telep

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An carrying on with online game tie-in sequence "created by" Tom Clancy, yet written by way of different authors. the 1st have been through furnish Blackwood less than the pseudonym David Michaels and the 3rd by way of Peter Telep.

The U.S. Army's particular Forces are identified for his or her hugely really good education and braveness at the back of enemy strains. yet there’s a gaggle that’s much more stealthy and lethal. It’s composed of the main feared operators at the face of the earth—the squaddies of Ghost Recon.

When the yank ambassador to Colombia is abducted, the Ghost Recon crew battles its means via rebels to rescue the guy. yet throughout the operation, they notice proof of a brand new Islamic fundamentalist workforce that's being subsidized via South American drug cartels and insurgent teams.

The Ghosts keep on with a path that leads them to discover the group’s real objective: to regulate the choke issues within the Indian Ocean and forestall the stream of oil. this could suggest billions to the South americans, and reason financial chaos worldwide.

But because the group chases down their quarry, they quickly become aware of that their precise foes haven't begun to bare themselves…

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Torine had been quietly retired with all the other military members of OOA who had more than twenty years’ service when OOA had shut down. Sparkman, who on active duty had served under Torine on a number of black missions of the Air Force Special Operations Command, had been flying Washington political VIPs around in a Gulfstream and hating it when he heard (a) of OOA and (b) that Colonel Torine was involved. He made his way through the maze designed to keep OOA hidden in the bushes, found Torine, and volunteered to do whatever was asked, in whatever Torine was involved.

Taking him with me, I went to Argentina in a Gulfstream with the intention of bringing Castillo home and to place the defected Russians into the hands of the CIA. ” “Oh, yes, Mr. President. ‘Obstreperous’ doesn’t half cover it. Our ambas­ sador, Juan Manuel Silvio, told me that he hadn’t heard Castillo was in Argen­ tina, and that he had heard nothing about Colonel Berezovsky or Lieutenant Colonel Alekseeva. “The words were no sooner out of his mouth—we were having lunch in a restaurant around the corner from the embassy—when Castillo walked in.

It was attached with an alligator clip to what looked like a dog-tag chain. She pressed the clip, removed the card, more or less concealed it in her hand, and laid it flat on the tablecloth. “Make sure the waiter doesn’t see that, please,” she said as she withdrew her hand. Danton held his hand to at least partially conceal the card and took a good look at it. The card bore the woman’s photograph, the seal of the Central Intelli­ gence Agency, a number, some stripes of various colors, and her name, Eleanor Dillworth.

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