In the last novel of the Final Run series from an author who delivers "rip-snorting, realistic action adventure" (Stephen Coonts), the USS Manta Ray faces off against a Russian Charlie class nuclear sub in the Strait of Gibraltar as the Yom Kippur War puts Israel in a fight for survival.
The Naval Research Laboratory, SEA BASE, is a floating 81-acre island held aloft by eight Fast Sealift Ships. China has decided to invade Taiwan and Sea Base must step between the two fighting forces. On board Sea Base NCIS agents are searching for a foreign espionage agent suspected of sabotaging this Navy experiment while a member of God's Army seeks revenge for his brother's death.
June, 1967. In the waters of the Pacific, Captain Danny McDonald of the USS Monaghan is ordered to track down a Soviet submarine--without triggering World War III.
THE ALL-NEW SUBMARINE ACTION SERIES<P> In the Cold War, nuclear submarines lead the fight. But the USS Squallfish is one of the old school-as is her skipper, Captain Chad Shipley. While on a routine patrol, he is ordered to infiltrate the heart of the Soviet Northern Fleet to spy upon the enemy's nuclear sub capabilities.<P> But the first Soviet nuclear sub is already under way, and has found its first prey-the Squallfish.
Over the waters of the Ivory Coast, a routine exercise turns into a mysterious disaster, when a fleet of F-16 fighters simply vanishes. Someone has gotten hold of an experimental weapon being developed by the American Missile Defense Office-and all signs point to the French. And when a secret mission to destroy the weapon goes wrong, it leads to a covert battle along the coast of Africa that could bring the world to war...
When a reconnaissance plane from Amphibious Group Two is hit by a missile, four men are forced to bail out into the middle of a jungle bloodbath-and the hunt is on for the American prey. Admiral Dick Holman knows that any move he makes could ignite a political powder keg. But he also knows that the only way to get his men is to go in and get them out...
When a reconnaissance plane from Amphibious Force Two is hit by a missile in war-torn West Africa, four men are forced to bail out into the middle of a jungle bloodbath--and the hunt is on for the American prey.
Terrorist Abu Alhaul is bringing mass destruction to America's East Coast and the man he blames for the death of his family--U.S. Navy SEAL Commander Tucker Raleigh. As international intelligence forces mobilize, Tucker gears up for the brewing storm that is putting them all at its mercy.
When a secret mission to destroy an experimental weapon goes wrong, it leads to a covert battle along the coast of Africa that could bring the world to war.
The brand-new Naval-Marine combat series. A "visionary" (Joe Buff) in the world of military fiction, Pentagon staff member and U.S. Navy Captain David E. Meadows presents a bold new series that takes America into the next era of modern warfare...
The men of the Sixth Fleet are on a last-ditch effort to rescue hostages in Algeria, but when they uncover a secret weapon of unthinkable power, their true mission becomes clear: save the hostages, save themselves--and save the world.
Other nations start wars. America finishes them. <P> Embroiled in an all-out war in the Mediterranean Sea, the Sixth Fleet finds itself being slowly taken apart by the enemy. Their only hope: reinforcements who must first face their own test under fire by fighting their way past the very gates of the enemy-the hellish Straits of Gibraltar.
"The Sixth Fleet" is America's first defense -- and last hope. Written by a Captain in the U.S. Navy who has served in both the Pentagon and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, this electrifying new series offers an insider's view of international conflict and naval combat as you've never read before.
American soldiers have been taken hostage behind the enemy lines of Algeria. And if the U.S. continues to make rescue attempts, the hostages die. One at a time. But the Sixth Fleet never makes attempts-they win.
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