By Mel Odom
During this a miles expected end to the Apocalypse sequence, First Sergeant “Goose” Gander of the us military Rangers is in over his head, and he understands it. Trapped through the Rapture within the carnage of heart jap taking pictures conflict, faraway from his spouse and child again domestic, he is dwelling on a daily basis at the side, afraid every one second will be his final, terrified that he will by no means see the folk 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 jam-packed with blameless sufferers that Goose hopes to protect.
Goose quickly discovers components inside of his personal forces, afraid of his management, are decided to carry him down. With each person gunning for him, Goose goes to want a miracle to tug off his challenge. whilst 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, whilst the war-torn land round him explodes in violence.
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I do,” Crain agreed grimly. Goose lifted the M-4A1 to his shoulder and took aim at the driver of the pickup. The man was barely a silhouette in the rear window when the gunners shifted. Goose waved Brenner forward, then held the rifle again. ” His finger tightened on the trigger. The driver must have sensed something coming up on his side of the pickup. He turned and stared at Goose. The man’s eyes widened, and Goose knew he was about to steer away from them. Before he could, Goose squeezed the trigger and rode out the rising recoil in four three-round bursts.
The private passed the headset over, and Remington put it on and pulled the chin mic into place. ” Remington pushed a button on the mic and opened the radio channel. “Drifter Leader, this is Base. ” Remington flicked his gaze back to the computer screen and watched as seven … eight … nine speeding vehicles closed in on the convoy. He cursed and queued the mic again. “Drifter Leader, this is Base. ” 3 United States Rangers Convoy Three Klicks North-Northeast of Harran Sanliurfa Province, Turkey Local Time 2116 Hours Private First Class Jimmy Robinson sat in the back of the cargo truck and sipped metallic-tasting water from his canteen.
She turned to her cameraman, a young man in a concert T-shirt and shorts who was scrambling from the Land Rover’s rear deck with a camera over one shoulder. ” Danielle smoothed her blouse and combed fingers through her short dark hair. ” the cameraman asked. “Believe me, Gary,” she said, “we’d only be in the way. Goose and his men know what they’re doing, and they’re much better at it than we would be. We’re going to do the guys here more good by letting the world know what they’re facing and that they need help.