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Spectre

Published by David V. Barth at Smashwords

Copyright 2012 by David V. Barth

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Preface
Chapter 2: Edward wakes up in the Jungle
Chapter 3: Edward reflects on what happened to get him here, on the ground, in the Jungle
Chapter 4: A LRRP team is in trouble
Chapter 5: An Immediate Action Drill isn't enough to deter the enemy
Chapter 6: The enemy force begins to flank the LRRPs
Chapter 7: The LRRP Radio Operator sends out a Mayday Call
Chapter 8: The plane's commander asks Edward to locate the LRRPs with his IR sensor
Chapter 9: Spectre fires the electrically-powered Gatling guns
Chapter 10: SAM missiles begin coming up at Spectre
Chapter 11: The pilot orders everyone to bail out, and Edward jumps off the ramp
Chapter 12: As Edward finishes his Snickers Bar, he hears a helicopter approach
Chapter 13: Edward snaps the McGuire rig to his harness and is lifted from the jungle
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Chapter 15: About the Author

Chapter 1: Preface

This is a fiction short story about a crew member who has to bail out of a special operations aircraft into the jungle and survives the night. All characters in this story are fictitious. Any similarity to persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

Chapter 2: Edward wakes up in the Jungle

It was a bright, May morning as Edward Raptors awoke to the sounds of birds chirping. He had slept fitfully, but he was as rested as could be expected under the circumstances. As he sat up, he noticed he was a bit stiff. He knew it would help to get up and move around to get the kinks out of his back and legs. Edward hoped this day would be better than yesterday.

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