Joint Task Force #3: France
“When Meadows’s men set sail, it’s sure to be a mission like no other.”—W.E.B. Griffin
Over the waters off the Ivory Coast, a routine exercise turns into a mysterious disaster, when a flight of F-22 fighters simply vanishes. Someone has gotten hold of an experimental weapon being developed by the American Missile Defense Office—and all signs point to the French.
And when a secret mission to destroy the weapon goes wrong, it leads to a covert battle along the coast of Africa that could bring the world to war.
Praise for David E. Meadows:
“On a par with Tom Clancy.”—Milos Stankovic
“Not only does the author know his subject but [his] fiction could readily become fact.”—John Tegler, host of the syndicated television show, Capital Conversation
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