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By Brad Taylor

A terrorist hit is coming. CIA, FBI, and division of safeguard structures have spiked, yet conventional intel goes nowhere. It falls to the Taskforce—a best mystery group that exists open air the limits of U.S. legislation and is charged with discovering and destroying uneven threats—to cease the unknown conspirators…

A shadowy path leads the Taskforce to Egypt—where an assault leaves one Taskforce member useless and one other slightly alive. Veteran warrior Pike Logan and his younger companion, Jennifer Cahill, are pressured to helm the more and more convoluted and hazardous challenge: a challenge that exams either Jennifer's skill to justify her activities, and Pike's tenuous skill to stick in control.

Sifting their approach throughout the opposing plots of 2 terrorist companies will grow to be the least in their difficulties whilst a weapon of unthinkable strength touches American soil—the merely nation during which Taskforce contributors are forbidden to function, and the one kingdom that Pike Logan should be not able to save…

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All these victories of the patriotic forces in South Vietnam amply show that the people of South Vietnam by themselves are fully in a position to thwart [defeat] all aggressive Ho Chi Minh Imperialists: People who seek to extend their power or influence over others. Infirmity: Frailty or feebleness. Mercenary: Soldiers hired to serve a foreign country. Indochinese: People of the Indochina Peninsula, which includes Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. Traitors: People who are disloyal to their country; in this case, South Vietnamese who support the Americans.

Government trying to control people of color. Empowered by changes taking place at home, black soldiers became more aggressive in demanding equal treatment in Vietnam. S. military had deteriorated significantly, especially in non-combat units. Black soldiers face discrimination in Vietnam A number of different factors contributed to the increasing tension between black and white soldiers in Vietnam. One of these factors was a decline in the qualifications of recruits. S. government came up with a new recruiting program called Project 100,000.

Vietnam War: Primary Sources At this point I should make it clear that while I have tried in these last few minutes to give a voice to the voiceless on Vietnam . . I am as deeply concerned about our troops there as anything else. For it occurs to me that what we are submitting them to in Vietnam is not simply the brutalizing process that goes on in any war where armies face each other and seek to destroy. We are adding cynicism to the process of death, for they must know after a short period there that none of the things we claim to be fighting for are really involved.

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