Ripcord: Screaming Eagles under Siege

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Glossary vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One: A Bad Beginning 17
  • Chapter 1: Incoming 19
  • Chapter 2: Rube's Roost 24
  • Chapter 3: Stay Alert, Stay Alive 34
  • Chapter 4: Hell Night 46
  • Chapter 5: Picking Up the Pieces 58
  • Part Two: What Came Before 63
  • Chapter 6: Two Strikes and a Walk 65
  • Chapter 7: Dinks in the Wire 82
  • Chapter 8: the Forever War 97
  • Part Three: An Escalating Situation 121
  • Chapter 9: Cat 'N Mouse 123
  • Part Four: Hill 1000 145
  • Chapter 10: First Blood 147
  • Chapter 11: Fighting the Good Fight 154
  • Chapter 12: Hitting the Wall 168
  • Chapter 13: Sideshow 175
  • Chapter 14: Another Try 184
  • Chapter 15: Guillotine 200
  • Part Five: Maximum Pressure 207
  • Chapter 16: into the Fray 209
  • Chapter 17:, Holding the High Ground 223
  • Chapter 18: Piling On 237
  • Chapter 19: Regrouping 253
  • Chapter 20: to What End 269
  • Part Six: Siege 279
  • Chapter 21: One Long, Mad Minute 281
  • Part Seven: the Storm 315
  • Chapter 22: Behind Enemy Lines 317
  • Chapter 23: Wrong Place, Wrong Time 326
  • Chapter 24: Rethinking the Problem 354
  • Chapter 25: Kill or Be Killed 359
  • Chapter 26: the Evacuation 375
  • Epilogue 403
  • Apendices 415
  • Notes 425
  • Bibliography 431
  • Index 439
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