I joined the U.S. Marine Corps after graduating from high school in 1981, serving 15 years as an intelligence analyst and Korean linguist. After leaving the Marine Corps, I spent the next 11 years working as an intelligence analyst, researcher, and reporter within the National Security Agency and Central Intelligence Agency against terrorism threats, counter-proliferation targets (preventing the illegal trafficking of strategic weapons systems or elements thereof, such as ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons components), and hostile military forces, ultimately directing a large intelligence team against Saddam Hussein's military forces during Operation Iraqi Freedom. I currently live in eastern Connecticut with my wife, Mona, and two of our five children.
Scientists in Antarctica have inadvertently released a nasty alien organism from its frozen sarcophagus. As it decimates the crew, they begin to suspect that they may be fighting more than one form of alien life. Can they survive long enough to prevent the invasive creature from erasing all life on earth?