By Mel Odom
During this a far expected end to the Apocalypse sequence, First Sergeant “Goose” Gander of the us military Rangers is in over his head, and he is aware it. Trapped via the Rapture within the carnage of heart jap taking pictures warfare, faraway from his spouse and child again domestic, he is dwelling on a daily basis at the area, afraid each one second could be his final, terrified that he will by no means see the folks he loves back. The battle at the Syrian/Turkish border is heating up, and the competition armies and the neighborhood warlords are skirmishing for strength in a no-man's land choked with blameless sufferers that Goose hopes to protect.Goose quickly discovers components inside of his personal forces, scared of his management, are decided to convey him down. With everyone gunning for him, Goose goes to want a miracle to drag off his project. at the same time he struggles to think within the God of miracles, Goose is ready to find the ability of redemption and the bulwark of natural religion. and because the Hand of God closes over him and he accepts salvation, Goose Gander will ultimately locate the peace he seeks, at the same time the war-torn land round him explodes in violence.
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You’re dead, Goose wanted to say. I buried you weeks ago. The image of Baker’s torn body, mangled by a fragmentation grenade, had haunted Goose’s sleep nearly every night. “Get up, Sergeant. ” It wasn’t yours either, Corporal. ” Goose knew the answer to that. Somehow, in spite of everything that had happened, she’d found the strength to keep going and to believe in God more fiercely than she ever had before. He’d heard it in her voice. Even if God forgave him for quitting, Goose knew Megan never would.
Given the nature of everything that had happened these past weeks, Goose knew Remington didn’t want to depend on GEOINT while operations around Sanliurfa were pending. Geospatial intelligence gathered from satellite reconnaissance only worked as long as the satellite links were maintained. Harran was a small village. All of the buildings were older and cheaply made, and none of them had any height to speak of. The Rangers had settled on the ruins of the Ulu Cami for their primary spotting base.
And I know Harlan. Man’s a master of anything with four wheels. ” Danielle asked. ” Danielle barely checked an angry reply in time. The driver was new to her. “Dude,” Gary said, “out here you don’t just want another story. You want Goose’s story. That guy’s like a magnet in this whole thing. ” Danielle silently agreed. She climbed out of the jeep. “Grab your camera, Gary. ” Frustration chafed at her. With everything she’d discovered since the Syrian attack, she believed she was at the eye of a vast conspiracy.