Pacific Siege (Seal Team Seven, Book 8)
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Action! Intrigue! Firepower!
When a Japanese general goes ballistic and takes over a Russian island, the SEALs are sent in to restore justice. But between freeing Russian hostages and making sure not to step on the wrong toes, the SEALs find themselves stuck waist-deep in hell--and highwater.
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warm-up, Skipper, Ching said. When are we going on a long swim, like out to the Coronado Islands and back? Ching, you're going soft, Jaybird called. That's only fourteen miles round trip. How about we swim from here up to Oceanside and back? That would be about an eighty-miler. The men hooted him down. You go, Jaybird, Doc Ellsworth said. I'll pace you in a kayak. Murdock got control again. You'll get wet enough in the next four days to satisfy most of you frog-hoppers. Now,
is Admiral Kenner. Do not initiate any action. Do not lock on with radar. Make it a fly-by-and-wave. Absolutely do not engage. That's a Roger, Home Base. No engagement. Should we turn and bird-dog them? Red Tomboy, maintain loose contact, don't attempt to escort or influence their flight direction. Roger, Home Base. Out. Admiral Kenner handed the set back to Captain Olson. The admiral again studied the screen that showed his ship placement. All our units in their proper
contact the captain of the Bespokoiny, but we will attempt to contact her. You will hold your fire, yes? Admiral Kenner set his jaw and slammed his hand down on the worktable. He keyed the mike again. Admiral Rostow. You undoubtedly are in voice contact with the Bespokoiny at this very moment. We will open fire if your destroyer comes within fifteen thousand yards of our destroyer. There was no return comment. How close is the Russian ship? Admiral Kenner asked. Sixteen thousand,
front. Nothing is moving. We wait two more minutes, Murdock said. Then First Squad checks the trucks, then hits the door on this side. Inside, we can't use the EARS. Any ricochet would get us too. Have your regular weapons ready, and the EAR on your back. Put them there now. Murdock strapped the long stun gun on his back, and brought around the MP-5 blaster. He checked his watch again. Twenty seconds, First Squad. Bradford, you're closest to the trucks. Check them for drivers.
some cover in a gully. Murdock checked the route they had to follow. There was a large rock slide well down the mountain the Japanese would have to cross. Machine guns and Bradford. Set up here and zero in on that rock field. You're going to have some targets down there soon. Bradford, what's the range? Eight hundred yards. Joe Douglas shook his head as he spread the bipod on his HK 21E chattergun. Got to be closer to a thousand. Work it out. The three of you cover that slide