Browning M2 .50 caliber gunner Eddie Hawkins enjoys his work, and he is good at it. His other passion is first-person shooters. Stationed in Afghanistan, Eddie has a reputation for his deadly skills with the heavy machine gun, after an initial shaky start. Life is good for Pfc Hawkins, until the night the Taliban arrive at Bagram.
Pfc Eddie Hawkins has two passions in life. First-person shooters and his job as a cupola gunner in a Humvee in Afghanistan. His weapon is a Browning .50 calibre, and Eddie has acquired a reputation for his deadly skills with the heavy machine gun. It wasn’t always that way, but after a shaky start, he has learned how to handle the gun like an expert. There is no looking back.
Pfc Eddie Hawkins, a Browning .50 gunner based in Afghanistan, has a reputation as a man who shoots first and shoots straight. His Humvee is commanded by Sergeant Dan Jones, the platoon leader. Leading a training mission into a dummy Afghan village, things go disastrously wrong after a foul up by an Intelligence Major. As if it couldn’t be worse, the officer intends to make amends for his mistake.
Eddie Hawkins is the cupola gunner on a Humvee based in Afghanistan. He has a reputation as a man who shoots first and shoots straight, until things start to unravel. Ordered to accompany a combat engineer to give covering fire while he clears a dangerous highway of IEDs, a brutal, bullying Master Sergeant gives him the wrong route.
Eddie Hawkins is part of a four-man crew, the cupola gunner on a Humvee in Afghanistan. His job, firing the .50 caliber Browning. His mission, to protect his buddies and kill the enemy. He’s also the newest and youngest member of the team. The guy they won’t listen to, even when he’s saying something important. Why listen to the kid who can’t shoot straight?
Whilst on patrol aboard the Littoral Combat Ship USS Springfield, SEAL Master Chief Tony Chase and his team are called to an emergency briefing. A group of Lebanese Christian rebels has discovered Russian-built ballistic missiles deployed in their country. Missiles that could set the region on fire, and potentially even attack American assets.
America is shrouded in ice. The outside temperature has dropped below Arctic levels, and people have no choice but to tunnel into the ice to create living spaces. In one of these communities, former Army Ranger Brad Jensen battles to keep his wife and young son alive.
Iran, a nation ruled by the Ayatollahs, fanatics who yearn to possess nuclear weapons. Their latest act of madness is the construction of a nuclear weapons plant in the north of the country. To avoid nuclear war, it must be destroyed without suspicion falling on America. The solution, to send in a unit of elite Navy SEALs led by Master Chief Tony Chase, from the US Navy Littoral Support Ship.
When a bloodthirsty band of Taliban commanders escapes from prison, a SEAL unit led by Master Chief Tony Chase is called in to track them down. All of them under sentence of death for mass murder. Each one is a serious threat to the Coalition and can rally hundreds of fighters to join the Islamist cause and begin a new onslaught. Together, they are more than a threat, they are an army.
Tony Chase, SEAL Master Chief leads a small SEAL unit, based aboard a US Navy Littoral Support Ship. Just returned to duty after serious injury following a car crash, he has two battles to fight. His number two is sore he didn’t get promoted, but the real battle is in the Black Sea. A Russian ship carrying long range missiles bound for Syria.