|WW III (1990) [Novel]|
by Ian Slater
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In the Pacific - Off Korea's east coast, 185 miles south of the DMZ, six Russian-made TU-22M Backfires come in low, traveling at Mach .9. Each carries two seven-hundred-pound cluster bombs, three one-thousand-pound "iron" or high-explosive bombs, ten one-thousand-pound concrete-piercing bombs, and fifty two-hundred-pound FAEs (fuel air explosives, closely related to Napalm).
In Europe - Twenty Soviet Warsaw Pact infantry divisions and four thousand tanks begin to move. They are preceded by hundreds of strike aircraft: SU-24/Fencers for ground support and MiG-29s with air-to-air Alamo and antiradiation, antiradar air-to-surface missiles, with Russian NR-30 mm tank-destroying cannon. All are pointed toward the Fulda Gap.
So it begins...
Original title: WW III
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Military and Naval Adventure