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Military simulations occur every day without any worry or danger, right? Well, not exactly. In order to test the U.S. Special Operations Command's ability to respond swiftly and efficiently, the computer genius Meng created a simulated strike against China - "Dragon Sim 13". Meng's plan changes after the atrocious slaughter of democratic protestors in Tiananmen Square. He seeks to bring China to its knees, forcing the prevalence of democracy and launching a massive U.S. attack on the People's Republic.

Now, Dave Riley, Dragon mission leader, must implement Meng's fiendish plan. Dave and the Green Berets must infiltrate Chinese borders and execute mission "Dragon" without being detected - but also unknown to their own government.

Can the team execute the difficult maneuver or will they be at the mercy of the unmerciful Chinese. . .

©1992, 2012 Bob Mayer (P)2012 Bob Mayer

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Great book.

A having worked at such a facility this story had special significance and was spot on. I loved it!

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Second Bob Mayer book was great!

really enjoyed. I did the whole book in one day. I just couldn't stop. I'm now a BMayer fan now.

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As good now as it was fifteen years ago

This second installment in the green beret series far exceeds its predecessor. Mayer has proven once again to be a captivating author and his military experience shows in how he presents this real world feeling scenario.