For the first time, an epic SEAL Team Bravo – Black Ops short read novella.
It is Christmas, and US Navy SEAL Lieutenant Kyle Nolan’s unit is returning Arctic Warfare exercises. The men looking forward to spending time with their families. Instead, they find Air Force Boeing C-17 waiting on the tarmac for them to board. The destination is the Middle East, where their orders are to search and recover the payload from a downed aircraft.
A Russian Backfire supersonic bomber has crashed and disappeared inside a tiny Sultanate in the mountains of Northern Syria. The aircraft was carrying a nuclear bomb, and ISIS has sent a squad of fanatics to locate the wreck and seize the weapon. Team Bravo has to face three separate enemies. The soldiers of Hermon, the Sultan’s bodyguard, who despise outsiders and want to see the Americans dead. ISIS, the soldier fanatics, under whom Syria has become a bloody chamber of horrors. Last, the environment. High, snow-covered mountains, ice sheeted glaciers, and deep, hidden crevasses.
Negotiating the treacherous peaks, they are pursued by both the Islamic fanatics, and the Sultan’s bodyguard. Fighting to survive enemy gunfire and an environment that is no less lethal, they battle on. Determined to keep killing the enemy until the last bullet is fired, and the last drop of blood spilled. Team Bravo will do what it takes to recover the nuke, and prevent the Islamic fanatics from inciting a nuclear exchange. In this war, there is no second place. Only death.
This is a thrilling story of US Navy SEAL Team Bravo, battling to save the region from obliteration. Outnumbered and outgunned, the battle traverses the peaks of Hermon as they fight to survive both enemy gunfire and the hostile terrain. SEAL Team Bravo Black Ops: ISIS Broken Arrow is by the bestselling author of many other Spec Ops stories. These include the popular SEAL Team Bravo titles, the Raider series, as well as Echo Six and the Devil’s Guard series.
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