By David Poyer
Dan Lenson takes his first command to sea, in simple terms to receive a broken vessel, a ragtag group, and an doubtful venture. he's to accompany the send on its ultimate reputable military voyage internationally, to be donated by way of the army to Afghanistan. yet upon achieving port in Kirachi, Lenson is given a brand new set of orders: to take the send to the South China Sea, the place modern-day pirates are endangering transport. Lenson's task is to forestall them, yet there's a higher objective at the back of his challenge, and amid near-mutinous situations, a crumbling send, and a reckless crewman, Dan needs to safeguard the Navy's and America's pursuits in China's waters.
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