Spread Too Thin?

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iUniverse, Mar 17, 2003 - Fiction - 188 pages
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After decades of downsizing the U.S. military, the newly elected President is faced with the ultimate threat. Iraq and North Korea have suddenly gained possession of land mobile launched ICBM's; Soviet made SS-22's. The President starts to mobilize his forces as best he can. The only solution is an ultimate nuclear terror. The U.S. deploys its own land mobile launched ICBM the MX Missile Defense System. The President enlists the help of the Commonwealth of Independent States to augment the U.S. forces in keeping the Iraqi's and the North Koreans in check. The USS DOOMSDAY, SSBN-2001, is the final say in World War Three. She's carrying a nuclear arsenal so terrible, that the President finally agrees to put her to sea as a last desperate act to save face with the public. North Korea, calling a press conference, reveals its plans to invade South Korea and threatens to use the Soviet made SS-22's if anyone tries to stop them. To add to the pressure on the new President, the Iraqis demand to be recognized as a superpower. Find out if the U.S. can hold a two front offensive and succeed.

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After decades of downsizing the U.S. military, the newly elected President is faced with the ultimate threat. Iraq and North Korea have suddenly gained possession of land mobile launched ICBM's; Soviet made SS-22's. The President starts to mobilize his forces as best he can. The only solution is an ultimate nuclear terror. The U.S. deploys its own land mobile launched ICBM the MX Missile Defense System. The President enlists the help of the Commonwealth of Independent States to augment the U.S. forces in keeping the Iraqi's and the North Koreans in check. The USS DOOMSDAY, SSBN-2001, is the final say in World War Three. She's carrying a nuclear arsenal so terrible, that the President finally agrees to put her to sea as a last desperate act to save face with the public. North Korea, calling a press conference, reveals its plans to invade South Korea and threatens to use the Soviet made SS-22's if anyone tries to stop them. To add to the pressure on the new President, the Iraqis demand to be recognized as a superpower. Find out if the U.S. can hold a two front offensive and succeed.

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