By W.E.B. Griffin
An epic novel of global struggle II--and the courageous women and men who lived via it.
Read Online or Download CLOSE COMBAT THE CORPS , BOOK VI (Corps) PDF
Best action & adventure books
Deserted on a medieval-technology planet, Jake Borenski desires not anything greater than to come back to 'civilization. ' yet as he learns concerning the planet, he realizes a whole civilization might vanish except he does whatever approximately it.
They got here through river and by way of wagon teach, braving the unending distances of the nice Plains and the icy passes of the Sierra Nevada. They have been males like Linus Rawlings, a stressed survivor of Indian state who’d headed east to work out the sea yet left his heart—and his home—in the West. They have been ladies like Lilith Prescott, a sensible, lively attractiveness who fled her kinfolk and fell for a playing guy in the course of a frontier gold increase.
- The Case of the Missing Marquess: An Enola Holmes Mystery
- The Gallifrey Chronicles (Doctor Who)
- Symbole Ägyptens GERMAN
Additional resources for CLOSE COMBAT THE CORPS , BOOK VI (Corps)
He didn't look like one, but Lieutenant Bill Dunn was a fine Marine, a born leader, a warrior. Dunn held his face up to the water dribbling from the fifty-five-gallon drum, then stepped to the side and wiped his face with a dirty towel. When he opened his eyes, he saw Colonel Dawkins. "Be right with you, Skipper," he said. "Take your time," Dawkins said. Dunn pulled on a T-shirt and shorts. These didn't look appreciably cleaner than the ones he'd removed and tossed on a pile of sandbags. Then he pulled on a fresh flight suit.
The Marine parachutists didn't come in by air. They landed from the sea and fought as infantry, suffering ten percent casualties. After Gavutu was secured, the Easterbunny went to Tulagi. There Major Dillon handed him Staff Sergeant Kaplan's EyeMo 16mm motion picture camera and announced tersely that Kaplan had been evacuated after taking two rounds in his legs, and that Easterbrook was now a Still & Motion Picture Combat Correspondent. He also relieved Easterbrook of the film he had shot on Gavutu.
Although it had been close more times than he liked to remember, so far he hadn't been scratched. The odds would certainly catch up with him. All the same, since getting hit was beyond his control, he didn't dwell on it. Or tried not to dwell on it.... He kept imagining three, four, five-something like that-scenes where he'd get it. Sometimes, he could keep one or another of these out of his mind for as much as an hour. He looked again at the weird R4D, glad at the moment for the diversion. " he said again.
CLOSE COMBAT THE CORPS , BOOK VI (Corps) by W.E.B. Griffin