Bayonet Skies: Men of Valor

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 1, 2006 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Special Forces veteran John F. Mullins delivers heart-pounding action under fire in his third Men of Valor novel.

1975: With the Vietnam War drawing to a close, Captain James Carmichael begins a new life far from the front lines, in Bad Tölz, Germany. Married to a beautiful Russian émigré and awaiting his first child, Carmichael should be content training the 10th Special Forces for a European conflict that will likely never come. But the peacetime army is unmanageable, plagued by drugs and misbehavior, and Carmichael hungers for something more. That appetite gets fed when he is asked to rescue a P.O.W. being held by the North Vietnamese. It's a deadly proposition with dangerous odds, to which his wife bitterly objects. But Carmichael must answer the call of loyalty and risk everything he has -- on one last mission to bring his men back alive.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
16
Section 3
33
Section 4
47
Section 5
65
Section 6
84
Section 7
102
Section 8
115
Section 15
226
Section 16
233
Section 17
243
Section 18
253
Section 19
269
Section 20
288
Section 21
301
Section 22
315

Section 9
135
Section 10
154
Section 11
168
Section 12
175
Section 13
193
Section 14
212
Section 23
327
Section 24
336
Section 25
347
Section 26
367
Section 27
370
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John F. Mullins joined the U.S. Army in 1960 and served three tours in Vietnam with the Special Forces, initially as a medic and then as an "A" Team XO and CO, and as a SOG Operative after being commissioned in 1964. After retiring in 1981, he has worked as a "for-hire soldier," conducting security and antiterrorism operations in such hot spots as Bogota, Colombia, Beirut, and Belfast. He lives in Oklahoma.

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