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By John Birmingham

In Kuwait, American forces are locked and loaded for the invasion of Iraq. In Paris, a covert agent is as regards to cracking a terrorist cellphone. And simply north of the equator, a sailboat manned through a drug runner and a pirate is witness to the unspeakable. in a single rapid, all over the global, every thing will switch. A wave of inexplicable strength slams into the continental usa. the USA as we all know it vanishes. From a Texas legal professional who occurs to be within the correct position on the correct time to an engineer in Seattle who turns into his city’s purely desire, from a strive against journalist trapped within the center East to a drug runner off the Mexican coast, by surprise tells a quick, livid tale of survival, violence, and a brand new, soul-shattering fact.

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Voters who wish it, to a safe place, as but to be decided. ” Musso grew to become to Pileggi whereas he dabbed at his minimize back. “Your airfield goes to be important in that attempt, particularly if we evacuate to Australia, New Zealand, or our allies in Asia. ” “I comprehend, sir. If i'll, what approximately safeguard resources? ” Pileggi requested. “Castro is long gone, yet Chávez isn’t. i don't have any air conceal to talk of outdoor of our allies within the sector, and their air strength isn’t relatively as much as facing Hugo if he will get froggy. Plus, we’re going to wish to safe the Canal. ” “I know,” agreed Musso. “I’ve been directly to PACOM approximately it. Pearl’s promising no matter what they could spare, yet for the time being, that’s not anything. ” The colonel persevered besides. “If they’re occupied with the refugee challenge they should locate that support,” she acknowledged. “My employees have deliberate our aspect of any evacuation in response to with the ability to send humans via Panama. If the govt. collapses—a lovely strong bet—that canal goes to forestall operating. those locks are a century outdated and require flooring crews to run them. At a few very slim issues, the ships are literally pulled through tugs. All of those destinations are super liable to assault. ” Musso threw up his palms. “I understand all approximately it, Colonel. yet for the time being, it’s a tenth-order factor for them. I’ll see what i will be able to do to alter that. we have to plan for the worst, notwithstanding. ” “There are a few contingency plans, yet they're nearly uniformly awful,” stated Pileggi. “Some ships may attempt to head to Nicaragua and go there. so much of Nicaragua might be crossed by way of touring upriver to some extent the place the journey overland to the Pacific aspect is perhaps 8 to 10 miles. The military may perhaps choose up parents at the different part, however it will require heavy strive against strength at the flooring to safe any transit, in particular if Nicaragua is going below. Alternately, a convoy may possibly sail round the tip of South the US. yet that course is prone to Chávez and his army. I additionally think there'll be an important upward thrust in piracy all through these waters should still there be a breakdown in nation regulate. an alternative choice is to disembark any civilians at the Atlantic aspect of the Canal quarter, the place our personal forces might determine a defensive line of types. these civilians may then be escorted overland to the Pacific part or to a usable airfield. one other nightmare. ” “I’ll check with Ritchie,” stated Musso. there has been no warding off it. greater than 100 civilian craft lay at anchor down within the bay, such a lot of them wearing U. S. nationals who’d gravitated to the closest and most blatant image of yank strength nonetheless in life during this a part of the realm. simply feeding them and delivering sufficient clean water every day used to be a herculean problem. They couldn’t remain. yet relocating them was once a nontrivial challenge, too. From Musso’s viewpoint, retaining keep an eye on of the Canal was once nonetheless a number-one precedence for the us. no less than within the brief time period. He was once accountable for the delivery and security of any American refugees who asked it, and that intended placing such a lot of them via Panama.

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