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THE STORY: The play shows how a high-ranking officer in charge of an airplane squadron meets his agonizing problems of bombing certain European areas in order to get the most efficient results, rather than to please high-ranking Government officers
Kylara had to leave a bright future as a military cadet, and was thrown into the brutal world of off-world trading. This subsequent career in the family business was tough: marked by war, mutiny and attempted assassination. But then her home was attacked and her parents killed - their trading empire left in ruins. Now she must save what is left of the family and the business, with few friends and too few assets. She must make full use of her hard-won experience to not just survive, but to restore the shattered fortunes of the Vatta family and their allies. Now, Kylara Vatta, space-trader and sometime privateer, has destined herself for a dangerous and unpredictable future. She will muster an interplanetary taskforce and forge them into a lethal weapon: one that the pirates who destroyed her family will never forget ... 'Strong female leads, terrific action and complications aplenty: should grab existing fans and win new converts' KIRKUS
While escorting supertankers in and out of the Persian Gulf, the crew of the USS Wadsworth is called upon to rescue a stricken naval vessel. Setting sail without the ship’s officers, Ted Lawson becomes the ship’s reluctant de facto commander. With the support of a seasoned crew, Ted must make one command decision after another as the tiny warship takes on the Iranian Air Force and Navy. For the USS Wadsworth, there is only one way out of the Persian Gulf: through the bloody Straits of Hormuz. Against heavy odds, Lawson must make decisions that pit the well-being of those under his command against defending the strategic interests of the United States. With limited ammunition and experience, he knows doing what is expected will be costly.
Hal's back—but can they trust him? Saree and Lightwave fly together, maintaining clocks and trying to avoid everyone hunting them. They’ve started to come together as a team, but Saree’s no-longer secret identity is straining their bonds. No matter how many times they change their name or fold to a new constellation, Lightwave is under constant threat. Organized crime, greedy corporations, and political operatives all hunt Saree—the most wanted woman in the universe. Lightwave needs real protection, maybe a whole military fleet. When Hal shows up, apparently unharmed from his captivity, he has all the answers. But is his escape too good to be true? And will the pressure on the crew form diamonds or crush them into stardust? Find out in Lightwave: Command Decision, Folding Space Series 6.0!
New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling author of Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy, and Paranormal Romance brings another action, adventure, and suspense-filled story to transport readers out of this world. In a world gone crazy, it is often the humans who are at fault, seeking answers to questions we are not yet ready to understand... Lieutenant Commander Joshua Manson’s focus was on his career which has taken him to many places; just not the one he has always dreamed of going – into space. His sometimes controversial methods during missions gives him the reputation of being a soldier who doesn’t always play by the rules. A summons to Washington, D.C., after a challenging mission, leaves him questioning if he’ll have a career at all; but once there, Josh is surprised when he is offered the chance of a lifetime, to command a mission in space to investigate an unknown object. The more he learns, the more determined he is to lead it, even if it means a one way ticket. Cassa de Rola’s family has lived for centuries in the quiet valley where they farm. Her family has tried to remain untouched by the growing unrest between the intergalactic military forces fighting for control over their planet. All of that changes when an unusual object falls from the sky and Cassa finds a strange male in the container. She knows that taking him in will endanger the lives of everyone close to her, but she can’t leave him defenseless. Now, the military forces on both sides want to discover the origins of the container and its missing contents. When the fight between the Legion and the Gallant Order escalates to all-out war, a new rebel leader emerges from the stars that will change the galaxy, and Cassa’s life, forever. Command Decision: Project Gliese 581g Book 1 First Awakening: Project Gliese 581g Additional series: The Alliance Cosmos’ Gateway Lords of Kassis Magic, New Mexico Dragon Lords of Valdier Dragonlings of Valdier Sarafin Warriors Curizan Warrior Marastin Dow Warriors Zion Warriors Lords of Kassis More than Human Breaking Free Second Chance Spirit Pass Dust Fairy Tale Science fiction romance; sci-fi romance; alien romance; fantasy; romance; s.e. smith; se smith; sci-fi series; action; adventure; space opera. http://sesmithfl.com https://www.facebook.com/se.smith.5
A longtime professor at the Naval War College who once directed strategic and long-range planning for the Navy and Marine Corps in Europe considers the transformation of the U.S. Navy from a defensive-minded coastal defense force into an offensive risk-taking navy in the very early stages of World War II. Noting that none of the navy’s most significant World War II leaders were commissioned before the Spanish-American War and none participated in any important offensive operations in World War I, Douglas Smith examines the premise that education, rather than experience in battle, accounts for that transformation. In this book, Smith evaluates his premise by focusing on the five carrier battles of the second world war to determine the extent to which the inter-war education of the major operational commanders translated into their decision processes, and the extent to which their interaction during their educational experiences transformed them from risk-adverse to risk-accepting in their operational concepts. His book will interest students of the Pacific War, naval aviation, education, and leadership.
This compelling new study of the Battle of the River Plate concentrates on Kapitn zur See Hans Langsdorff, the commander of the German pocket battleship Graf Spee it is written from his point of view. The story of his mission at the start of the Second World War to prey on merchant shipping is graphically retold, and Langsdorffs command decisions are the primary focus of David Millers gripping narrative. He considers in vivid detail the factors Langsdorff had to consider as he assessed the situation of his ship and choose his course of action. He describes the intelligence Langsdorff received and his knowledge of the position and strength of the forces of the Royal Navy that were arrayed against him. Langsdorffs interpretation of his mission and the tense calculations he had to make in order to carry it out are the essential elements of this dramatic story.Langsdorff, operating alone and thousands of miles away from home and with no prospect of support, had to grapple with the enormous burden of a lone command. He made grave mistakes, and these are ruthlessly exposed. But this fascinating re-examination of his actions and his leadership does nothing to diminish his reputation as a brave and honourable officer.

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