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from Love, Or Something Like It by L. K. Thompson, LTC (Ret.)

Copyright © 2020 L. K. Thompson, LTC (Ret.)

Chapter 13

CHAPTER 13

 

 

UNIT: The Team Members and Olaedoen

SITUATION: Ready To Deal With The Guards

LOCATION: In The Tunnel Under The Meat Shop

TIME: 2000 hours Local Time, Current Date

 

 

Harvey told the group, "Spence has instructed Cowboy and the Dude to distract the guards by making noise in the stairwell. Let's watch them to see they turn their attention to the stairwell."

The team returned to their scooters and straddled him. They sat on their scooters watching to see what the guards’ reactions would be to the noise made by Cowboy and Dude.

The team could not hear Cowboy and Dude, but they saw the two guards swing their heads toward the stairwell opening and start to move that way

Harvey spoke into his radio boom at his cheek, "Let's move quickly toward them while they are distracted. Don't worry about staying in a straight line. Just get there quickly. Move out!"

The members of the team rotated the power handles on their electric scooters and drove with determination toward the lighted areas where the guards had stood.

Because her body weight was the lightest, Dawn's scooter reached the guard point first. She skidded to a stop and quickly laid hers scooter down. The noise of the sliding of her tires caused the guard nearest her to turn from the stairwell opening back toward Dawn. He wore a pistol on his hip. His hand moved swiftly toward the pistol. Her speed was greater, and as she ran toward him, her speed gave her greater impact when she leapt into the air and struck him with both feet in his chest. The force of the impact flipped him backward. She grabbed his pistol and stood over him.

On the other side of the tunnel, Slover powered his scooter toward the guard. The guard heard him coming and turned slightly to see what was behind him. He saw a large man on a scooter headed toward him at a high rate of speed. He hesitated about whether to draw his weapon or to turn and run. The hesitation cost him. Slover scooter drove past the guard, and Slover's large fist caught the guard on the jaw. The force of the blow drove him into the tunnel wall, and he fell to the ground.

Although Slover's muscular frame was heavier than the other members of the team, his scooter led the charge in the tunnel. He saw the guard in front...






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