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In the hours before Operation Desert Storm begins, a bold, submarine-launched raid by SEALs of the Naval Special Materials Detachment captures a suspicious Iraqi transport ship destined for a small island off the coast of Kuwait. On board is a missile warhead designed to hold a frightening payload of deadly germs. The weapon itself is concealed inside an impenetrable fortress dating back to the time of Alexander the Great, where Saddam's scientists are readying a deadly welcome for America's troops -- and a devastating lesson in terror for the people of Kuwait City. To prevent a nightmare, the SEALs must face seemingly insurmountable physical obstacles and overwhelming numbers of enemy troops. But if they fail, warriors and innocents alike will face something far worse: annihilation!
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Gunning Bedford Sr. (April 7, 1742 – September 30, 1797) was an American lawyer and politician from New Castle, in New Castle County, Delaware.
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