The Sixth Fleet

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Penguin, Jun 1, 2001 - Fiction - 336 pages
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In the future, America will not fight for freedom. America will not fight for justice. America will fight for survival.
 
The United States of America is no longer a dominant superpower. Countries that were once allies now race to establish their own influence around the globe.  Slowly but surely, America is becoming a shadow of its former glory. But America’s old enemies aren’t content to see her fade away. They want revenge.
 
The Sixth Fleet is America’s first defense—and last hope. Written by a Captain in the U.S. Navy who has served in both the Pentagon and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, this electrifying new series offers an insider’s view of international conflict and naval combat as you’ve never read before.
 

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David E. Meadows is a retired captain of the United States Navy and the author of numerous military thrillers such as Sixth Fleet, Seawolf, and Tomcat. Meadows has a Bachelor of Science degree in Arabic/Middle East Studies with a minor in French. He also has an MBA and an MS in National Resource Strategy. He and his wife Felicity live in Maryland.

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