Enemy Within

Author: Tal Bauer
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ISBN: 9781520907932
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The White House, infiltrated.The president, running for his life.A traitorous general, intent on burning the world to the ground.When everything falls apart, who do you trust?President Jack Spiers fled Washington DC on the heels of a devastating attack on CIA headquarters, masterminded by one of America's own, former General Porter Madigan. While the world believes Jack was killed in the bombing, he embarks on a wild infiltration mission, smuggling himself into occupied Russia to rescue the love of his life: former Secret Service Agent and First Gentleman Ethan Reichenbach.Reunited, Jack, Ethan, and deposed Russian president Sergey Puchkov, along with President Elizabeth Wall--the only person left in Washington DC who Jack trusts--must work together. They piece together a desperate plan, hunting Madigan to the ends of the earth and the bitter frigidity of the Arctic, where Madigan's world-shattering doomsday plan comes together.Outnumbered, outmaneuvered, and outgunned, Jack, Ethan, Sergey, and the rest of the team struggle to put a stop to Madigan and his army. In the desolate extremes of the Arctic, their resolve, their strength, and even their love is tested, pushed to the absolute limits as choices must be made: choices that pit the fate of the world against the love in their hearts, and the loves of their life.As the world crumbles around them, Jack and Ethan find themselves waging a war on two fronts--against an enemy they can see, and another, hiding within their ranks.Who can be trusted when the enemy is within you?

The Enemy Within

Author: Dominick Pratico
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595880886
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As a society, the Interstellar Web was dying. Enormous fortunes were amassed in the face of unspeakable want, and avarice thrived as sport. With no villains left to fight but each other, quarreling factions stood prepared to devour one another at the slightest provocation. None of this mattered to Zoeicelli K Galvin, Black Ops Commander, and ex-Marine. Exiled to a remote command on The Frontier, nobody was looking for him until he was ordered to investigate the disappearance of a fellow Black Ops commander. What starts as a routine search and recovery operation rapidly escalates into something more sinister as Galvin suddenly finds himself caught up in a web of deceit and corruption. On the very edge of civilization, from the coldest of barrens to blistering infernos, Galvin is not only forced to confront The Enemy, but also. . .The Enemy Within.

The Enemy Within

Author: Simon Tay
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International
ISBN:
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This book shares best practices and practical experiences from Asian countries, and should serve as a resource book in the hands of counter-corruption agencies and government leaders. It examines common challenges and shared experiences, and lays out tested strategies and solutions.

General Walter Bedell Smith As Director Of Central Intelligence October 1950 February 1953

Author: Ludwell Lee Montague
Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 9780271040066
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He served as General Smith's executive assistant when Smith was appointed Director of Central Intelligence in 1950 and was one of the original members of the Board of National Estimates. Montague argues that Smith was the first DCI with the skill and determination to implement the plan envisioned by JIC 239/5. This plan provided for a strong DCI who exercised authority over general intelligence community policy and the coordination of national estimates, but retaining the autonomy of the individual intelligence services in day-to-day operations. According to Montague, Smith's predecessors had failed. Souers was a caretaker. Vandenberg tried to gain total control of all intelligence operations, but was defeated. Hillenkoetter was indecisive and unable to press the case for centralization

Leaders In War

Author: Frederick W. Kagan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134269250
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Leaders in War present unique first-person perspectives across the spectrum of American combat operations during the 1991 Persian Gulf War. From division commanders to platoon leaders, the authors deliver an insider's view of tough leadership challenges, tragic failures, and triumphant victories. Leaders in War captures the essence of the post-Cold War US Army: how an all-volunteer army, equipped with new weapons systems and adjusting to new battle doctrine, mounted one of history's most successful military campaigns. Described here are the details of the tremendous logistical challenges, innovations in intelligence, ground combat operations from platoon to division, and a wide range of combat support operations. Leaders in War focuses not just on the successes, but on the failures as well, in operations ranging from violent tank battles against the vaunted Iraqi Republican Guard to train-and-fill operations thousands of miles away. Leaders in War illustrates how US Army leaders adapted to the psychological strains of combat, the fog of war, unforeseeable challenges, and the fury of tank warfare during the Persian Gulf War.

The Second Chief Executive Of Hong Kong Sar

Author: Joseph Y. S. CHENG
Publisher: City University of HK Press
ISBN: 9629372037
Size: 54.41 MB
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Covering the issues about political, economic, social, education and more, this book examines how critical the government is when handling challenges from past to current. With fresh perspectives and unique angles of criticism, the author provides us the clearest look at the government of today.

Origin

Author: Jack Gallaway
Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press
ISBN: 9780702233838
Size: 66.18 MB
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The War Within

Author: Tom Wells
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595343961
Size: 63.81 MB
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"An invaluable record of an unforgettable American calamity." --New York Times Book Review