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100 1  Johnston, Chuck,|eauthor. 
245 10 Marine scouts /|cChuck Johnston. 
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300    266 pages :|billustrations, maps ;|c23 cm 
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520    August 1990, 30,000 Iraqi troops have invaded Kuwait and 
       are in a position to influence nearly half of the world’s 
       oil supply. The United Nations condemn the aggression but 
       it is clear that only military intervention is going to 
       displace Saddam Hussein. Captain Joseph ‘Quarry’ Samuels 
       and the Marines of Scout Platoon, 2nd Battalion, 2nd 
       Marine Division are tasked with discovering the strength 
       and deployment of Iraqi troops. Quarry and his scouts are 
       soon engaged in a game of cat and mouse with the 10,000-
       strong 108th Iraqi Armored Division. Operating behind 
       enemy lines, they put themselves squarely in danger's way 
       in order to collect the intelligence necessary to launch 
       military operations. When hostilities end, with the 
       greatest one-sided military victory of all time, the 
       Marines deserve to be on their way home. However, Quarry 
       remains in Kuwait to continue the deadly game with an old 
       nemesis, but this time with a new ally on his side. 
600 10 Johnston, Chuck. 
650  0 Iraq-Kuwait Crisis, 1990-1991|vFiction. 
655  0 War stories. 
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