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    "Vampire, Vampire!" The CIC talker said aboard Ticonderoga. "We have numerous incoming missiles. Weapons free."1 Tom Clancy, the best modern fiction writer, and probably, one of the all time best. Above was an excerpt from his second number one bestseller, Red Storm Rising. Tom Clancy is a civilian genius that knows more about top-secret weapons systems than the men who designed them. This makes for an explosive, could be real, story. It is because of his gripping story lines, and powerful descriptions

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    Tom Clancy Biography

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    patriotic spirit. Tom Clancy is a patriotic writer who wrote many novels and nonfiction works. Clancy’s militaristic interests, the 1980s era, and his works have influenced many. Clancy grew up with interests and intentions surrounding the military. He was born Thomas Leo Clancy, Jr. (“Tom” Web) on April 12, 1947 (Lansford 381) in Baltimore, Maryland (Byers 70). His parents both had occupations; his father was a mail carrier and his mother was a credit manager. Growing up, Clancy had a love for

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    Tom Clancy When choosing an author for my paper, I chose international suspense because I am very interested in foreign relations and the technology of modern day war. I have read stories by Edgar Allen Poe, with suspense and vivid imagery, which reminded me of Clancy's work. I decided to choose Tom Clancy because of his talent to weave such realistic tales of international suspense. Clancy creates the scenes in his books with such detail, it makes the reader feel like he/she is there. My

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    Tom Clancy Book Report

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    Tom Clancy is a book author that writes fictional stories. Usually they are based around covert operations and the military. The Rainbow series he has is about an counter-terrorist group called Rainbow that go on missions keeping the United States safe from terrorist groups and attacks. The game Rainbow Six Siege is for Playstation 4, Xbox 1, and PC. The game is a whole lot harder than it comes across. The reason for this is every single little detail in a round matters; like where the objective

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    Tom Clancy rainbow six

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    Well it is easy to see that in Tom Clancy’s book rainbow six there are two main groups the first group is of course Rainbow SIX the second is horizon corp. Now for rainbow six they are our heroes they are the Special Forces assault team created and funded by the United States but it consists of members from across the world. The second group is the horizon corp. now these are the evil ones in the book and when I say evil I mean EVIL. But they were evil in the eyes of society but not in their own

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    Tom Clancy, born in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1947, was the son of a mail carrier and a credit employee. He graduated from Loyola College in Baltimore in 1969. After marrying Wanda Thomas, an insurance agency manager, Clancy became an insurance agent. Later, in 1973, he joined the O.F. Bowen Agency in Owings, Maryland. He became an owner there in 1980. Although he was very interested in the military, his poor eyesight made him ineligible for a military career. However, he kept his interest and researched

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    nuclear and post nuclear holocaust, one significant author chose a different approach. Tom Clancy chose to write of conventional warfare and sometimes unconventional enemies. Between his novel Red Storm Rising and Debt of Honor, Tom Clancy makes evident the changing face of America’s enemies and threats, while staying true to issues that keep people interested in his books. Published in 1986, Red Storm Rising is Tom Clancy’s second novel dealing with the former Soviet Union as a potential enemy. This

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    October by Tom Clancy. The reason it’s being analyzed by me, because it’s famous American literature. The Hunt for Red October is about the officers aboard a Akula class submarine try to defect to the United States because they hate the communist party and its leaders. The Hunt for Red October has many historically accurate moments in the book but it also has a lot of inaccuracies in it as well. Hunt for Red October is it historically accurate or inaccurate. Tom Clancy or Thomas Leo Clancy Jr was born

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    they want. Tom Clancy shows that through his main character, Marko Ramius, who was doing everything he could to save his crew from the grip of Communism. In Clancy’s novel The Hunt for Red October, Clancy depicts that what someone will do to fight for their freedom. Tom Clancy was born on April 12th 1947 in Baltimore, Maryland. He and his parents, a mail carrier and a credit employee lived a normal life for all of Clancy's childhood. After graduating from high school in Baltimore, Clancy attended

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    ingenuity. It is already trite - but stringently necessary - to emphasize that such a mise en scène would have embarrassed a studio executive's storyboard or a thriller-writer's notebook ("What happened today was not credible," were the words of Tom Clancy, the author of The Sum of All Fears). And yet in broad daylight and full consciousness that outline became established reality: ten dollars worth of box-cutters produced ten million tons of rubble. Several lines of US policy were bankrupted by

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