By Bryan Bender
An inspiring and epic story of loss and redemption approximately American servicemen: a Marine Corps pilot who used to be shot down in WWII and the modern day soldier made up our minds to deliver domestic his is still six a long time later.
Major George Eyster V comes from a protracted line of army officials, relationship again to the progressive conflict. military provider used to be George's relatives legacy, yet his journey of accountability in Iraq left him dissatisfied and wondering. He used to be planning to finish his military profession yet was once provided a posting to J-PAC, an elite department armed with the newest detection and forensic expertise. J-PAC's sole challenge is to meet a solemn promise on the center of the army code: convey all fallen squaddies domestic to the rustic for which they gave their lives.
In 1944 Captain Ryan McCown, a rushing younger Marine aviator assigned to the USS Nassau, was once shot down over the jungles of Papua, New Guinea. McCown's diaries and letters domestic to his kin and fiancée supply a relocating, strong portrait of the fears and prices of a truly diversified conflict and underscore the pathos of the last word expense of duty.
Eyster's undertaking with J-PAC finally took him and his staff deep into the sweltering inside of latest Guinea looking for McCown's is still. it'd be a fraught project, entire with tropical illnesses and black magic, on the finish of which Eyster wouldn't basically repatriate a fallen veteran and satisfy a promise to convey him to his family yet may additionally discover whatever misplaced in himself-a experience of goal in a promise among infantrymen that continues to be worthy combating for.