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Chapter 098 � The Calm before the Storm
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*Adam Mann: Four Star General, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69
Aiden McIntyre-Worthington: Son of Liam McIntyre and Adopted son of Luke Worthington
Alex Meat-Goodman: Adopted Son of Doug Meat and Steven Goodman
Alexander Malinois: Master Sergeant, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69 War Dog
Andrew & Jeremy Allen: Adopted sons of Mason Allen and Jason Vance
*Anthony Caruso: Four Star General, U.S. Army (Base Commander of Fort Connor)
Ariel “Ari” Rebel: Captain, Israel Defense Force (Mossad Kidon)
*Beauty Malinois: 1st Sergeant, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69 War Dog
Billy Bob Vance: Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69 War Dog Handler
Bob Jones: Four Star General, U.S. Army (Base Commander Fort Connor)
Caleb Afolabi: Major General (2 Star), U.S. Army � Fort Connor Adjutant
Carlos Martinez: Adolescent son of Juan Martinez and Roger DeSoto
Connor Best-Mann: Adopted son of Randy Best and Adam Mann
*Connor Williams: Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69 (Deceased lover of Doug Meat)
Dale Gordon Longdick Allman: Adopted Son of Matt Longdick and Jason Allman
Danny Henry: Four Star Brigadier U.S. Army (Base Commander Fort Connor)
Date Masamune: Colonel, U.S. Army � Protector of David Longdick-Allman
David Longdick-Allman: Son of Matt Longdick and Jason Allman
Dillion Dwight: General (4 star), U.S. Army � Medical Director of Fort Connor
*Doug Meat: Six Star General of the Armies U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69
Duke Stone III: General (4 Star), U.S. Army � Protector of Dale Gordon Longdick-Allman
Frazer Sullivan: One Star Brigadier General, U.S. Army (Human Resources for Fort Connor Alpha Zulu 69)
*Gloria Worthington: aka “Mama Bear” Board Chair of Worthington Industries (a major multi-national defense contractor)
Gerald Isaac: Captain, U.S. Army � Security for Tommy Longdick-Allman
Hank Henry-Jones: Adopted Son of Bob Jones & Danny Henry
Hayao Kinugasa, Major: U.S. Army (Aide to General Meat and General Goodman)
*Harold Manfred, Captain: U.S. Army � Protector of David Longdick-Allman
Jacob, David & Uri Leib: Wards of Luke & John Worthington (Israeli Nationals)
Jamie Bob Vance: Love of Aiden McIntyre
Jamison Miller: One Star Brigadier General, U.S. Army (Human Resources for Worthington Executive Security)
Jason Allman: Four Star General, U.S. Army � Base Commander of Fort Connor
Jason Bob Vance: (Brother of Billy Bob Vance and partner of Mason Allen)
*Jax Arthur King: Colonel, U.S. Army – Security for Shawn Longdick-Allman
John Worthington: COO R&D of Worthington Industries
Juaquin “Jay” de V�zquez: Son of Manual de V�zquez
Juan Martinez: Major (2 star) General, U.S. Army � Security for Mario Garcia
Lars Alison: Major General (2 Star), U.S. Army � Deputy Base Command, Fort Connor
*Liam McIntyre: CFO Worthington Industries & Partner of Luke Worthington
Logan Worthington: Biological Son of Luke Worthington
Lucas Daniel Fairbairn: Captain, U.S. Army � Protector of Michael “Allen” Roberts
Luke Worthington: CEO of Worthington Industries
*Magnus Savage: Colonel, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69 Medical Trauma Surgon
Mark Roberts: Captain, U.S. Army � Security for Bobby Longdick-Allman
Manuel de V�zquez: Physicist/Engineer – Worthington Industries
Mario “Mani” Garcia: Son of the President of Mexico (Adopted son of Juan Martinez and Roger DeSoto)
*Mason Allen: Six Star General of the Armies, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69
Matt Longdick: Four Star General, U.S. Army � Base Commander of Fort Connor
Maximillian (Max) Malinois: 1st Sergeant, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69 War Dog
Michael “Allen” Roberts: Adopted Son of Matt Longdick and Jason Allman
Napoleon Malinois: 1st Sergeant, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69 War Dog
Noah Meat-Goodman: Adopted Son of Doug Meat and Steven Goodman
Oliver Winter: Colonel, U.S. Army � Adjutant for Generals LongDick and Allman
*Randy Adam “RA” Worthington: Adopted son of Connor Best-Mann & John Worthington
*Randy Best: Four Star General, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69
Randy Johnson: Captain, U.S. Army � Security for Shawn LongDick-Allman
*Robert Allen Gregory, Four Star General, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69
*Robert Manning, Captain: U.S. Army (Aide to General Meat and General Goodman)
*Robert Masters: Major General, U.S. Army Alpha Zulu Security
Rod Jackson: Lieutentant General (3 Star), U.S. Army � Base Commander of Fort Connor
Rod LittleFeather: 1st Sergeant, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69 War Dog Handler
Roger DeSoto: Major (2 star) General, U.S. Army � Security for Mario Garcia
Steven Douglas Worthington: (aka S.D.) (Adopted sons of Robert Allen Gregory and R.A. Worthington)
*Steven Goodman: Six Star General of the Armies, U.S. Army � Alpha Zulu 69
Taylor and Tyler Worthington: (aka T&T) (Adopted sons of Logan Worthington and Alex Meat-Goodman)
Viktor Jannson: Colonel, U.S. Army � Adjutant for Generals LongDick and Allman
Wilhelm “Willy” Rogers: Colonel, U.S. Army � Protector of Larry Winter-Jannson
Yuuto Meat-Goodman Kinugasa: Adopted Son of Noah Meat-Goodman and Hayao Kinugasa
“Angus” (Name Classified): (Son of a domestic terrorist in protective custody at Fort Connor)
“Biff” Jones (Name Classified): (Son of POTUS and guest in residence at Fort Connor)
*=Gone but not forgotten
Peace reigned at Fort Connor and I was concerned about us becoming complacent. We finally had the time to assign the men to repair the cosmetic damage from all the attacks these past few years. Everyone took great pride in THEIR Fort Connor and the men were happy to return it to pristine condition. When all the major work was done I asked the Chaplain to have a new dedication service for Fort Connor. His services never failed to remind us how important we were to the lives of the imps we were committed and dedicated to serve.
Oliver and I were never more in love and all too often Doc was posting a 14 day “Do Not Enter” sign on his ass but it has happened before and it definitely will happen again. I think the 14 day “breather” actually brought us closer together and the cuddling, touching, kissing and intimacy only became stronger between us. There were a few embarrassing moments when the grandkids would jump on my lap and snuggle against my raging boner but all the hugs and kisses made any discomfort worthwhile. I knew when it was my time to join Roger in heaven he”d lavish me/us with all the love in his heart. There isn”t a day that goes by that I don”t shed a tear and miss that little guy. Oliver is always so attentive and knows when my thoughts are of Roger. I know he misses the little guy even more than I.
OPS sounds off on my com… URGENT VIDEO CONFERENCE FROM SECDEF where do you want to take it? In my office please. SecDef wasn”t a happy camper and was in prime ass kicking mode. “I need your help and your stars to save an injured puppy.” “Say no more, who, what, how, when and where.” We”ll be in the air within 30 minutes. I brought up Oliver and Date on my com and asked them to join us in my office immediately. The squeal of tires and the running feet made it obvious they knew this was important. I asked Date to walk with us as I explained to them the situation. We would be flying out as soon as the Jet was fueled. I need a small security detail of six to accompany us. Date, will you see to it immediately. Oliver and I changed into our dress uniforms, grabbed our “go bags” and headed to the airstrip. Our security team was on the plane, the pilots had been advised we had military priority and we were ready for takeoff as soon as we got strapped into our seats.
Once airborne I wanted bingöl escort to brief the security team. SecDef had made the base commander aware of our arrival and he has been ordered to give us full access and cooperation. We still need to be on our guard as we are all aware of the risk individual soldiers may present when they have had their minds corrupted.
I shared with our team the horror story of a young corporal who had come out to his platoon that he was gay and had been accepted without question for over a year. They were out drinking at a bar that the men of the base frequented. He got separated from his platoon and a few men from another squad decided to teach the “fag” a lesson. After brutally beating him, they gang raped him and then shoved a live grenade deep up his ass leaving him unconscious in the alley behind the bar. When his platoon found him they had a combination of concern for their friend and a rage for revenge. Fortunately, base security found the individuals before his friends or this would be a court martial for murder.
The injured “puppy” is in surgery as we speak and a dedicated group of Army surgeons, nurses, technicians and support staff are working to save his life at the risk of a live grenade taking all of theirs. I need not remind you all we do not have the luxury of our personal feelings and as much as we would like to break the perpetrators out of confinement and share with them our own brand of justice that isn”t our role. Our role is to protect this young man and try to heal him body and mind if he survives the surgery.
Oliver and I could feel the rage emanating from our men and I had to remind them again before we landed we were professionals and I expected every man to act like one. Are we in agreement? “YES SIRS!”
The base commander met us when we landed and confirmed the orders of SecDef to offer us any and all cooperation. Asking the status of the injured soldier we were advised he had been in surgery for four hours and the doctors advised it was difficult and tricky not killing the soldier and also not detonating the grenade. The Base Commander advised he had a top notch surgeon who would do everything possible to save the life of the young man. The men who assaulted him were locked in confinement both due to the seriousness of the allegations and the fact that most men on base regardless of their sexuality wanted to share with them the same fate. These men will face court martial, we just don”t know if the charge will be for an assault or for murder.
We immediately met with the head of the medical hospital and advised him of our orders from SecDef. Provided the soldier survived his surgery we would need a room we could secure and would have armed Alpha Zulu security at the door 24 hours a day. No one would be allowed entrance without verifiable hospital ID and a signed medical directive in hand. Lethal force was authorized and he needed to advise his staff the first shot any of our men made would be a lethal shot. No warning shots would be given.
I had OPS connect me with Doc and I asked him to review the medical data once our “puppy” was out of surgery. I needed his medical expertise so if I ended up stepping on some egos I had a sound basis for my actions. After seven hours of surgery the patient survived and a stress out operating team exited the operating room as the bomb disposal team removed the grenade for detonation.
I met with the soldier primary doctor and was advised he was putting the soldier into a medically induced coma to give his body time to heal and adjust to the trauma from the assault and from the surgery. His mind is going to take months or years if it is even possible to heal. I assured him we had a top notch team who had expertise in this time of mental trauma. Just heal his body so he is able to be transported. Advising the doctor of our security protocols we assured him we would cooperate where ever possible but our orders from SecDef was to protect this soldier with our lives. A commitment every Alpha Zulu soldier here has made.
SecDef had CID and the JAG immediately involved and after the accused had legal representation they were advised if they pled guilty a recommendation would be made to the “court” a sentence of ten years confinement, loss of pay and all benefits plus a dishonorable discharge be given if they immediately pled guilty. Any other plea they would go for the Maximum of life confinement at hard labor, loss of pay and all benefits and a dishonorable discharge. Strongly suggesting they quickly accept the ten year offer because if the victim dies I guarantee you won”t ever see the light of day outside of a cell. Given 24 hours to make a decision a momentary lapse in judgement combined with drinking and being raised in a homophobic environment cost these former fine soldier ten years of their lives and a life time record of a FELONY dishonorable discharge.
The lead investigator for CID and the head JAG officer met with the Provost Marshall and demanded each accused man be stripped and a head to toe 360 degree photographs be taken of his body. Any new injuries better have verifiable proof of every detail or someone would be facing a court martial starting with the men on duty at the time. Even admitting their guilt they have rights and you are obligated to protect them. If you can”t put aside your personal feelings and be professional then ask for a transfer to infantry. I assure you the Base Commander will give it an immediate approval.
When they doctors brought the victim out of his medically induced coma I wanted to be there to assure him he was safe and no harm would come to him. I was aghast at the number of tubes exiting his body and the amount of blood still draining from him. The doctor assured me for the surgery he survived what I was seeing was normal and would decrease over time. The first face our injured puppy saw when his eyes opened was Oliver”s ugly mutt and his eyes opened wide when he saw the six stars on his shoulders. “Don”t speak, just listen and rest. We are here under the orders of the Secretary of Defense and we will protect you with our lives.” “Rest and heal… we will talk more when you have the strength.” A smile on his face as his eyes closed and his heart monitor registered a normal heart rate. Yes, these stars do accomplish miracles and today was a day I was glad they were on our shoulders.
The day after we arrived SecDef was on my com congratulating me that I had a new record. Twenty four hours protecting an injured puppy and you haven”t shot anyone. I only commented: “YET”! My men and I will protect him with our lives but it is up to the doctors to save him. We seem to have a good working relationship and so far Doc is in complete agreement with what has been done. Now, it is a waiting game and hoping he has the strength to survive.
Five weeks later Doc and the patient”s primary physician were in agreement the patient was strong enough to be Med-E-Vac”d to Fort Connor. I knew Doc would meet us when we landed and our patient couldn”t be in better hands. As our team got processed for our normal “off base” blood work Doc commented how great both Oliver and I looked considering all the stress these past weeks must have been. I smiled at Doc and calmly said I hope there is never another injured “puppy” to save but these stars will always rise to the occasion and serve so long as I am alive. Oliver concurred!
In my “after action” report to the Secretary of Defense I lauded the expertise and professionalism of the surgical team which operated at great threat to their lives. I was recommending the team for a bronze star which I would be most pleased to present if possible. They deserved the recognition the same as any combat soldier who puts their life on the line for another.
It was so nice to snuggle in our own bed even if we did have three urchins screaming INCOMMING at dawn with Date and David standing in the doorway smiling from ear to ear. I looked at my son and his partner and said: “Really, you overrode the security code! OPS is due for a six star ass kicking!” I still hugged and kissed every one of the “young”n” knowing how blessed Oliver and I have been in life.
Later that morning OPS advised I had a video call from my grandson… “Send it through”. David and his partner were smiling ear to ear as he commented how proud he was to be the grandson of two great men. When the media broke the news of the story we knew it was your six stars involved and you would help and protect the young soldier. We could never be prouder of you two grandfathers. We just commented: “Just make us proud, get good grades and graduate with honors.” I bet you have plenty of homework to keep you busy so go get at bitlis escort it. Luv ya! DISCONNECT.
Relaxed and rested after a night in our own bed, the youngsters and parents headed off to breakfast and Oliver and I decided to skip flag raising and breakfast and had our own “raising” at the moment. Over an hour of passion, intimacy, romance and tender moments of sending my partner to Nirvana and some mighty epic orgasms being shared. Oliver was all the “Viagra” I needed in life and just the sight of this beautiful man always made me rise to the occasion.
It never fails… 0200 hours and OPS advised an emergency request from POTUS. “Viktor, I”m the bearer of bad news. Approximately 0039 hours your grandson was attacked on camps and both he and his protector were shot. Even wounded his security detail killed two attackers and two escaped. Both your son and his protector are in surgery and I”ve cleared it with local authorities advising them you would be arriving and had the full authority of the President of the United States.
Break the news to David and Date and kick your jets in the ass and don”t worry about the fuel bill. I brought up Date on my com and told him dress unjiform, go bags and tell David a full suit and tie. My quarters, ten minutes… MOVE IT! Bringing up the first sergeant on the com I order a security team of 12 men fully armed, extra ammo clips at the runway immediately. Adding: “I want the best men you have”.
Oliver and I could get dressed if needed within minutes and our Go Bags were always ready for action. Stowing everything in our jet our pilots advise we were cleared with military priority and it would be a fast trip to South Bend, Indiana. David and Date heard “South Bend” and immediately panicked. Wait till the two planes get to cruising altitude and I”ll give you all the details I have.
David went into instant panic mode and only being held in Date”s arms kept him from a melt down. The plane trip to Indiana seemed to take forever and it was no surprise that the Indiana State Troopers met us at our plane with orders from the Governor to offer all assistance we required. “Just get us to the hospital immediately.” Oliver and I had been through this “Alphabet soup” of egos claiming jurisdictions and immediately asked the head of every agency to join us in a conference room where we advised them WE were in charge by order of the President of the United States.
I turned to the State Troopers and asked them to notify my grandsons parents and bring them to the hospital before they were inundated with reporters at their residence. Next, Oliver, David, Date and I wanted an update as to the medical condition of our grandson and his partner. They both had received multiple gunshot wounds and were in critical condition. Their security detail had been injured but their body armor had prevented any life threatening wounds.
The initial crime scene report indicated this had been a planned attack with David and his partner the intended victims. The FBI was now involved and determining who was behind this attack was of supreme importance. Although the FBI took weeks to make their preliminary report to the President it was all too evident when Oliver and I reviewed the autopsy photograph seeing the emblem of the Knights of the Golden Circle tattoo on their arms we knew our old advisories had reared their ugly heads to attack us again. Immediately, after seeing the photographs I had OPS put Fort Connor on an indefinite FULL ALERT. Get those fifty shotguns out of the armory and be prepared to use them.
I notified Logan and advised he also put his Executive Offices and the Foundation Offices on the highest alert possible. You could even expect a suicide bonzai attack. Be prepared for anything and everything. This group is insidious and will find the smallest weakness and utilize it to their advantage. Tell Hayao to start earning his “big bucks” and get proactive. I reminded Logan of their drone attacks on Fort Connor and have whatever shotguns he had in his armory be utilized and suggested getting an emergency delivery of more and plenty of ammunition. Those drones are damn hard to hit and neutralize.
Now the waiting game as terrified relatives. When the doctor advised us they had survived surgery and the next 48 hours in the ICU would determine their survival. I advised the doctor and the hospital director these were military dependents and under the protection of the United States Army by order of the President of the United States. We will post security and no one will be allowed access without proper hospital ID and a signed medical directive. The use of lethal force has been authorized and no warning shot will be issued. The first shot will be a lethal kill shot so I suggest your personnel follow our directives. Thank you and DISMISSED!
Forty Eight hours seemed like an eternity and the doctors weren”t reassuring about the outcome. David was ambushed first and his partner received the majority of his wounds as he covered his body. If it hadn”t been for his security detail they both would have been killed. Even wounded, the two security soldiers inflicted lethal wounds and followed their instructions and training. It saved every ones lives. The prosecuting attorney refused jurisdiction saying this was a military matter and under Army jurisdiction. In his cursory opinion individuals killed had been so in self defense.
Even with Doc reviewing the medical files he didn”t offer much reassurance. Both of your kids are fighters so have faith and we all believe in the power of prayer. The Chaplain has had a prayer vigil and every off duty soldier is in attendance. We are all with you and support you however you need. Don”t hesitate to ask.
When asked if any specialists were needed we would have them on a jet before their coffee could get cold. Advised, the priority at the moment was keeping them alive and if a specialist was needed we would be advised. David felt helpless and asked to talk with Doc… PLEASE… If in your medical opinion anything that could be done isn”t let me know immediately. I know doctors don”t like to second guess other doctors but these are my sons and I”m not going to let egos cost them their lives.
At 48 hours the doctors changed their condition to guard and optimistic. They still weren”t out of the woods but at least were off the critical list. The head of the University after hearing about the assault contacted Logan and told him to advise the family not to worry about David”s classes and grades. They would cooperate anyway possible to help these young men. This type of action can”t be tolerated in today”s society. Logan would share this with us when our children were on the road to recovery.
David and Date were strong for their in-laws. Knowing the fragile health of the father he quietly asked his wife if there was anything they could do. Being told there was no way he would leave till HIS children were safe she doubted if there was much you could convince him to do if it required leaving this room. They were proud of their in-laws and regardless of the outcome they would provide and protect them the rest of their lives.
Finally, the doctor have us a ray of hope when he said he felt they had reach the point where they were stable and without any further complications would make a complete recovery. I immediately asked Doc to review the medical files and we all breathed easier when he agreed.
After David was conscious and coherent… Amidst all the trauma and confusion of recent events I was surprised when a courier arrived with a sealed security pouch addressed to David Date Jansson-Winter Masamune from the President of the United States. I verified the courier”s credentials and allowed him access to my son. Delivering the package, he turned, gave us a snappy salute and asked to be excused. GRANTED!
OK, are you going to keep us in suspense all day? OPEN THE DAMN PACKAGE! “Patience, my little ones”, in a terrible Yoda impersonation. Reading the letter he smiled from ear to ear… Dad, will you made arrangements so we can send a video to the big screen in the mess at Fort Connor today at lunch. I want everyone in on this announcement. (Now, I was really curious as to what was happening.) And, have OPS broadcast the audio live to everyone on base. This wasn”t a difficult task we could just use our secure laptops.
At the appointed time and with a live broadcast to Fort Connor David asked that General Date Masamune present himself front and center. By order of the President of the United States you are hereby promoted to the rank of Five Star General of the Army. Are you prepared to take your Oath of Commission? Everyone was in shock bolu escort and if it wasn”t for the roar of applause from the men at Fort Connor I don”t know how long it would have taken for the event to sink in. As David nudged his partner in his ribs, he muttered: YES. Would the Generals of the Armies of the United States administer the Commissioning Oath. (You could have heard a pin drop any place at Fort Connor.) Reaching into the secure pouch David handed his dad a beautiful box containing his new five stars for his shoulders. We all were extremely proud of this man who truly was a member of our family.
Both patients demanded a gentle hug or they were taking back his stars (Evil Grin). David handed Date the letter from the President who assured him this action was taken weeks before this recent incident and only due to the family emergency had this presentation been delayed. The President could think of no better person to present this high recognition of all that you have accomplished than your son.
Returning from hugging his son and his partner Date and David demanded a group hug with the two superior generals in his life. We assured him we knew nothing of this but we totally agreed with the joint chiefs and the President in awarding his this prestigious rank. I know of no one in the Army more worthy.
After six more weeks in the hospital David had his family transported to his Penthouse with round the clock nursing care provided and any objections could be filed with 1st Sergeant Napoleon. He is in need of some practice dummies who would question the wisdom of my actions.
Date, Oliver and I returned to a hero”s welcome at Fort Connor and a very irritating Doctor remind us we were weeks past our required physical. After evaluating Oliver and I he commented our blood pressure and heart rate was elevated and almost every lab test was heading the wrong way with the results. “YOU WILL TAKE A LONG VACATION OR TAKE UP PERMANET RESIDENCE IN MY MEDICAL! YOUR CHOICE!!!
The First Sergeant had to hold a lottery considering every available soldier at Fort Connor volunteered for the six available opening for our security detail. Even with the long hours they would be working it was a unique detail that few in the military would ever enjoy. Plus, Oliver and I are pretty nice guys to be around. We still remember all too well the days of being an enlisted soldier and pledge never to treat a soldier as we had been treated.
Asking our Son if we could borrow his Virgin Island paradise for a few weeks he told me that is why he had it built. Just get on your behemoth and keep us posted on how you are enjoying yourself. And, of course, make sure you have tan lines! Any chance of slipping into the island unannounced was impossible landing our 777-200 behemoth. But, at least we missed all the red lights on our way to the resort with our police escort. The manager met us and escorted us to the elevator stating he understood our need for complete rest and anything he could do to help he was available 24 hours a day. It was obvious it wasn”t just rhetoric but the man was deeply concerned. Now, even Oliver and I were concerned.
There is much to be said about the warm ocean breeze blowing through our bedroom sliders making the feeling of the Egyptian Cotton Sheets feel so erotic against our bare flesh. I didn”t need much motivation to make love to Oliver and at least our security detail didn”t hear every screaming comment we made during our hours of passionate love making. (I need to thank David for soundproofing the bedroom walls.)
Doc has the local hospital draw far too many vials of blood after we had been on vacation for two weeks and announced he was demanding we stay for an additional two weeks. Don”t enjoy yourself too much in purgatory. Some of us have to work for a living. (Oh, we were getting even when we were back in command at Fort Connor. Doc would be taking a two week vacation and enjoy this luxury resort and I knew David and Date would be co-conspirators with me to make this happen.)
Finally, Doc announced we could return from our exile but we still had to take our “Off Base” blood workup when we arrived. Immediately, after our medical check-in we returned to our quarters and ask Date and David to join us. Our co-conspirators were in total agreement and he would arrange with the 1st Sergeant to quietly have another lottery excluding the six that had just returned. I wanted them ready to leave by noon tomorrow. We would ambush Doc after our morning staff meeting and our dictatorial doctor was totally outranked.
The entire base was aware of our conspiracy and how everyone kept it from our all-knowing Doctor I”ll never know. Immediately, after the staff meeting ended for the day I asked everyone to stay. We had a major announcement. General Winter and General Masamume were in total agreement and our dedicated Doctor who refused to take vacation leave would be taking one when he left this room today. His “Go Bag” was on Alpha Zulu One and his security team ready to leave. Now we can escort you to your plane with you going voluntarily or in handcuffs. YOUR CHOICE! In the words of Mama Bear RESISTANCE IS FUTILE! Enjoy your vacation and don”t forget to send us regular video updates.
Doc knew this was our way of showing him how much we all loved him. But, YES… we would have put him in handcuffs until his plane was well over the Atlantic and past the turn around point. He knew he needed a vacation but just was too dedicated to Fort Connor, Alpha Zulu and the soldiers for whom he provided car. Yes, we would harass him about “tan lines” when he returned but that is just good bantering among brothers-in-arms. And, of course we made him have the standard “Off Base” blood workup when he returned even though he swore he would get even. (There is no doubt in my mind he will but Oliver and I will savor the moment while we can.)
All the staff rose and applauded our copper toned tanned Doctor when he walked in late to our morning staff meeting. He grumbled his body clock was still on island time. It would take him a few days to adjust. As our staff meeting was adjourning OPS advises POTUS for you and your staff. OK, send him through. (It is never a good sign when POTUS has a big smile on his face.)
“Now that my Alpha Zulu team is all rested and relaxed it is time for those stars to earn their keep.” I know how much you love dinners with base commanders and their officers but how about I give you a few extra days at each base to really get to meet the soldiers and spend quality time with the hospital patients. I knew you couldn”t say NO so you”ll find your itinerary in your secure Email. You leave at 0900 hours tomorrow so enjoy one last good meal at Fort Connor and be prepared to suffer like the rest of us until you return. God Speed! DISCONNECT!
Sitting down with Date, David and Oliver we looked at the schedule and figured we would be gone for at least four weeks. I asked Date to rotate our security detail every week so they didn”t get burned out. Turning to Oliver I commented at least we have four weeks before we have to face a retaliatory doctor.
Our adjutants can handle the paperwork and if anything crucial needs a signature I”m certain our new five star General is up to the task. POTUS was so correct! Even tolerating the rubber chicken dinners with base commanders and officers we lived to meet and talk with the average soldiers and of course bring some smiles to the injured ones in every hospital we could.
Keep me appraised as to how our injured “puppy” is progressing and if Doc can”t motivate him let me know and he will be on the end of some six star ass kicking. I want him healthy by the time we return.
Hayao remembered well his rehab after the assassination attack on Noah. He made a point to visit Fort Connor and had a long chat with our eldest children. Yes, the rehab isn”t pleasant but Doc won”t ask to you do anything he doesn”t think you are capable of doing. Every man on base will support Doc so in the words of Mama Bear RESISTANCE IS FUTILE!
The harder you work and follow instructions the quicker you will be out from under our demonic doctor. And after this is all done and you are back to being your normal selves, I strongly suggest you give Doc a hug and kiss and a bottle of 20 year old Single Malt Scotch Whiskey EACH!
Sorry, to lecture and run but these damn “Knights” are ruining my sex life. I spend so much time at work by the time I get home I”m exhausted and can barely manage to eat dinner and take a shower before I”m crawling in bed and asleep before my head hits the pillow. David thought to himself to tell his dad to let Logan know Hayao was nearing exhaustion and that a couple of weeks at their Penthouse in the Virgin Island were needed by Hayao and Noah and RESISTANCE IS FUTILE!
TO BE CONTINUED…
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