A military adventure that puts you at the scene of some of the most intense covert action—from an Air Force combat crewmember who’s experienced what it’s like to fall from heaven armed for hell…
The War Angel
As a member of the Air Force’s elite pararescue team, Senior Master Sergeant Jason Johnson has been dropped into some of the hottest spots in the world. But this time the mission Johnson has been assigned is the last one he wants to accept. He will be dropped alone into an Afghan war zone and will assume the identity of a rogue drug lord. Once in place, he’ll have to lead a convoy of super opium and weapons across a brutal landscape—straight into the arms of some of the world’s most infamous terrorists. It’s a trap, of course, but who is the bait and who is the victim? Miles inside enemy territory, marked as an international criminal, Johnson is fighting not only for survival but to avenge a past score—and hoping to stay alive for just one more shot at taking his target down for good.
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|Title of eBook: The War Angel|
|Release Date: 12-18-2007|
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|Publisher: Bantam Books|
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The War Angel
0900 TUESDAY / 11 SEPTEMBER 2001
750 RAMP / PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE / FLORIDA
Jason Johnson stood at the ramp edge of an HC-130 aircraft giving his PJ team last-minute instructions for a water jump at the Judy drop zone on the Banana River.
"You won't believe it!" cried Rolo Perez, the aircraft crew chief, as he came running toward the plane. "Your flight's canceled. Every flight in America's been canceled! Come on!" he yelled, skidding to a stop. "It's on all the TV channels. You won't believe it. I don't fuckin' believe it! Hurry! Run!"
Clueless, everyone jumped off the plane and raced toward the closest television.
Jason shot through the door of the Thirty-ninth Rescue Squadron and into the ops center. "What's going on?"
Everybody was gathered in front of the television hanging on the far wall, all eyes were glued to the unfolding horror.
The North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York was burning. Everyone gasped when suddenly a second jet appeared on the screen and plowed into the South Tower.
Jason's jaw dropped; mouth open wide, he was speechless. It wasn't real. It was more like watching a movie. This couldn't be happening. It wasn't real.
Opinions instantly formed, and the hateful words voiced.
"Let's nuke the camel jockeys and turn their desert into a glass parking lot!"
He'd heard all the nasty words before, during Operation Desert Storm. Feeling helpless that there was nothing he could do at the moment, Jason turned from the horror and walked from the ops section and out to the back deck of