August 1996

Southeast Asia: Supporting Cobra Gold

Volume 79, Issue 8

Three people were talking to each other and flailing their arms wildly. One paced with a phone pressed close to her ear, trying to hear over the noise bouncing off the tile floor and glass walls. Two others were scanning through a large stack of documents on a desk the size of an end table.

A phone rang. They paused and looked at each other until they figured out whom it belonged to. And the madness continued until the sun went down.

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