An American spyplane mission goes awry, and a U.S. Marine pilot goes down. Once again, the United States finds itself stumbling into a war with China and North Korea. To make matters worse, the enemy has complete access to the new American MILNET communications network. The digital system had been sold to Congress as the ultimate "Force Multiplier." It is a computer network of real-time intelligence reports from airplanes, submarines, and even troops all over the globe. Every move that the United States makes is shown on enemy computer screens even while forces are being deployed. Every video and message sent between commanders is watched or read by the enemy. There is only one bug in the system-one saving grace for the United States. Unknowingly, American and other Coalition forces use the software glitch to pull off a few victories. Again and again the Chinese try to outmaneuver or overwhelm the Americans, but as time marches on, more countries join the Coalition. Even with the total intelligence coup, the communist advance slows. The war draws to a stalemate, and for one side, the nuclear card becomes a realistic option.
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Scott Malensek is from the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to his military and political interests, he is also an avid aviculturalist. He has worked all over the United States, but still lives in the Cleveland area.
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