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The Missiles at Havadarya
     

The Missiles at Havadarya

by Rob Gullette
 
Iran has closed the Strait of Hormuz in retaliation for the Israeli bombing of its nuclear processing facility at Qom. The US Navy amphibious task force sent to reopen the Strait is in the Gulf of Oman, poised to strike at the heart of the Iranian blockade, the naval base at Bandar-e Abbas. One obstacle stands in the way--the Havadayra missile battery. Housed deep

Overview

Iran has closed the Strait of Hormuz in retaliation for the Israeli bombing of its nuclear processing facility at Qom. The US Navy amphibious task force sent to reopen the Strait is in the Gulf of Oman, poised to strike at the heart of the Iranian blockade, the naval base at Bandar-e Abbas. One obstacle stands in the way--the Havadayra missile battery. Housed deep within the Havadayra bluffs overlooking the Strait, it is impervious to attack from the air and commands the sea for hundreds of kilometers off of Bandar-e Abbas with two dozen deadly Russian SS-NX-26 Yakhonts anti-ship missiles. Two elite US Navy SEAL Teams are called in to neutralize the Havadayra missile battery in a daring night attack just hours before US Marines are scheduled to begin the assault. When the mission goes terribly wrong, Petty Officer Thomas Kraft, USN, a rookie with no combat experience, must find a way for it to succeed, knowing full well thousands of lives and the outcome of the battle hang in the balance. In so doing, he begins a long journey that ends years later on the slopes of the Shackleton crater, near the Moon's south pole.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940151431118
Publisher:
Silver Leaf Books
Publication date:
03/16/2015
Series:
Apollo Evolutions: Shorts , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
35 KB

Meet the Author

Rob Gullette worked almost thirty years for The Boeing Company in Seattle, Washington. He lives in Sammamish, Washington, with his wife Linda and their two border terriers. His writing draws on his childhood passion for science fiction and military history, and his experiences as a lawyer and business executive. His first novel, Waking Apollo, was inspired by his memories of the early days of manned space flight, leading up to Apollo 11, the first manned landing on the Moon.

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