This Chapter finds us coming to terms with the fact that we are at war with an unseen enemy that is capable of triggering an extinction level event.
Clever name and brilliant strategy. Emergence Tugboat. By another name, it translates to 'Genesis
Would you have guessed it on your own...be honest?
We heard war cries before. Many have been cliched by movies. But when Captain Anderson cleared his throat and bellowed, "For America's sake, for Savannah sake, and for Charleston sake...WAR!"...I felt such a patriotic spirit overcome me!
What was your reaction?
We also experience the 40 miles an hour wind on the Flight Deck as the F-18 Hornets waited for the signal to max power for taking off...
I got the feeling that who ever they were going to meet needed to be afraid...very afraid...
How about you?
JR radioed back that the GWO Savannah was gorgeous.
I closed my eyes and imagined her as she would appear on the 'Big Screen.'
So...with the 'Hounds' (Naval Destroyers) three hours behind...the seal hunt continues.
So, you are standing on the deck of a container ship and suddenly you hear the helicopter. Then you are inundated with falling pamphlets. You realized it is the United States Navy.
What's your next move?
JR squadron completed their phase the mission. Once back on the carrier he heads to Captain Anderson's command center. As he entered...Captain Anderson patted him on the back. Both watched the KnightHawk helicopters hovering over the three Leviathans as the Navy Seals searched and seized. Jr bit his lower lip as he said in a low voice, "This was way too easy."
Was it...way too easy?
Share your thoughts. Here in the forum.
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