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And will the answer endanger his teammates , who include both his best friend and the woman he loves? A young man is quietly invited to join the Unicorns, a shadowy paramilitary group claiming to work for the Department of Justice. Between the nighttime raids, takedown He is ridding the world of corruption and drugs, one operation at a time, but who does he really work for?
Between the nighttime raids, takedowns, and targeted assassinations he performs, Duncan soon realizes the corruption lies not only on the street, but beneath the veil of the law and justice itself. In this semi-autobiographical journey, he exposes the secret dealings that permeated every level of the government in Kentucky at the time.
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This book kind of reminds me of Catcher in the Rye in that the narrator is fairly honest or not? Overall, easy to read book with a jaded point of view. Definitely wasn't my genre Knowing he had exceeded his orders, Tyler pulled out after a combined loss of about men. The fight at Blackburn Ford, together with his own reconnaissance on the Confederate right flank, convinced McDowell that his chances for success were better if he employed a flanking movement around the Confederate left.
McDowell dispatched his chief engineer, Maj. John Barnard, to find a suitable crossing area to flank his opponent. Although hampered by poor maps and a desire to avoid detection, Barnard found a route to Sudley Ford and surmised another to Poplar Ford. Once he informed McDowell of his observations on July 20, planning began in earnest.
Meanwhile, in the Shenandoah Valley, Gen. Beginning about a. Before the battle would end the following day, three additional brigades from the Shenandoah Valley would reach the field and play a key role in defeating McDowell. David Hunter and Brig. Samuel Heintzelman would undertake a flanking movement to envelop the Confederate left flank and crush it.
But first, the troops had to get into position. McDowell wanted his men on the march to Sudley Ford in the pre-dawn hours of July Such a maneuver might have worked for hardened veterans, but these were green troops with little or no marching experience. Tyler had his men up at a. Groggy from little sleep, the column made fitful progress in the inky blackness, further hampered by a large and cumbersome three-ton Parrott cannon.
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Somewhat inexplicably, McDowell did not put the two-division flanking column, which had farther to go, at the head of the column, instead placing Hunter and Heintzelman behind Tyler. The pace of the march improved quickly, but the men still had 12 miles to cover before reaching the ford. Only Col. His force consisted of the 4th South Carolina and 1st Louisiana Battalion, two cannon and two cavalry troops.
But as an hour passed and no attempt to force a passage across the stream came, Evans wondered what his enemy was up to. Ambrose Burnside, who would eventually command the Union army during the Fredericksburg Campaign in late When they splashed across Bull Run at Sudley Ford about a. Leaving but four companies of the 4th South Carolina to keep an eye on Tyler, Evans quickly moved his men to face this new threat, eventually positioning them on the rear slope of Matthews Hill. The 1st Louisiana Battalion arrived first and its skirmish line engaged its counterpart of the 2nd Rhode Island.
The balance of the 4th South Carolina then came up, but, in the confusion, fired into the backs of the Louisianans. Incensed, the Creoles turned and fired back at the South Carolinians until officers ended the friendly fire fiasco. Seeing confusion in the Yankee ranks atop the hill, the Louisianans attacked, only to be driven back by the combined musketry of the 1st and 2nd Rhode Island. The confusion probably resulted from the 2nd Rhode Island sliding to its left to provide room for its sister regiment.
Reinforcements arrived for both sides. Bernard Bee, commanding his own brigade and exerting control over Col.
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Impressed by its defensive possibilities, Bee rode down the hill to encourage Evans to abandon his position on Matthews Hill and join his command on Henry House Hill, but despite the growing host of enemy soldiers on the crest of the hill, and the repulse of the charge of his 1st Louisiana Battalion, Evans refused to budge. His refusal left Bee with little choice but to send down his 4th Alabama, followed by the rest of his two brigades. Confusion also reined on the Federal side, as units did not move where ordered or did not respond to orders quickly enough.
Eventually, Burnside put his entire brigade on the firing line and gave battle to Evans, Bee and Bartow. Flanked on his right, Bee was forced to pull his defeated units out of combat. The retreat was anything but orderly, and the survivors milled about as their officers attempted to reform the shattered units.
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The Southern setback was but momentary, for the Virginians and South Carolinians trained their muskets on the exposed and unprotected Northerners and forced them to abandon the hill and return to the Warrenton Turnpike. William Barry, commander of the Federal artillery, changed the face of the brisk and spreading battle around p. James Ricketts and Capt.