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Combat, Vol. 2

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An historic landmark work, depicting war as it is and soon will be-the shape of war to come.


Stephen Coonts, who tells the tale of an unlikely partnership between an ex-Marine sniper and a female military pilot who team up to kill the terrorists who murdered her parents.

Dean Ing, uniting a private investigator, a bounty hunter, and an FBI agent, who together uncov
ebook, 352 pages
Published February 18th 2002 by Forge Books
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Michael Estes
Nov 20, 2015 Michael Estes rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Michael Estes

Combat Vol. 2 features three stories told by different authors telling what they each believed the future of war would look like. The first story is "Al-Jihad" by Stephen Coonts. The story follows a former sniper who is hired by a former female helicopter pilot to help avenge her family. The second story is "inside job" by Dean Ing. That story follows a bounty hunter who is hired to help two of his old friends investigate a possible terrorist cell. The thir
Write a 100 page story. These three show it's harder for novelists than you would think.
Sep 14, 2009 Linda rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This is a compendium of novelettes by Stephen Coonts, Dean Ing, and Barrett Tillman. The Coonts story was confusing and only fair. I enjoyed the Ing story the most because of its setting in San Jose, CA, and the Bay Area, but it had plot holes big enough to fly a helicopter through. The story by Tillman was so bogged down in detail and so incredibly boring that I actually gave up --- which I never do. Can't recommend this one.
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Born a fourth-generation Oregonian, descended from American pioneers, Revolutionary War Patriots, Pilgrims (e.g. Priscilla Alden) and Pocahontas, Tillman was raised on the family wheat and cattle ranch. His younger brothers include a breeder of exotic animals and a Rhodes Scholar. In high school he was an Eagle Scout[citation needed], won two state titles as a rudimental drummer, and was a champio ...more
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