The Shark Mutiny (Admiral Arnold Morgan, #5) by Patrick RobinsonThroughout the fifteenth century, Chinas blue-water navy fleets dominated all the oceans between the Yellow Sea and the Persian Gulf. But for the next five hundred years, it regressed to a dim echo of its glorious past. However, it is now the year 2007 and the Chinese agenda has changed. With a tremendous navy buildup, anchored by a new base in Burma and a $2 billion oil refinery on the southern Iranian coast, the Chinese are poised not only to challenge Americas superiority on the open sea but also to upset the delicate balance of oil power in the Middle East and the free passage of the worlds giant tankers.
Admiral Arnold Morgan, the Presidents National Security Adviser, is closely monitoring the Chinese when an oil tanker mysteriously explodes in the Persian Gulf. When it happens a second and then a third time, he knows it is no coincidence.... The Chinese navy, in partnership with Iran, has laid a minefield clean across the Strait of Hormuz, holding the worlds oil supply hostage. As a global oil crisis ensues, the world financial markets spiral out of control. Mystified by Chinas motive yet drawn to action, the United States moves to disarm the mines with a huge display of force, deploying five Carrier Battle Groups, 80 percent of its active sea power.
While the sweepers blow out the mines, Morgan characteristically slams back at China. Navy SEAL veteran commanders Rick Hunter and Rusty Bennett lead devastating attacks on Chinas Indian Ocean power bases. And at the center of the missions is USS Shark, a thirty-year-old nuclear boat on her final tour of duty, commanded by Donald Reid, an officer struggling with his inner demons. His executive officer is Lt. Commander Dan Headley, an intrepid Kentuckian, himself on his way to full command. When the brave SEALs are confronted with the unexpected death of their own, the unimaginable happens: the first mutiny in the modern history of the United States Navy.
Meanwhile, the Peoples Liberation Navy sits and waits for their ultimate gambit, a move so shocking and unexpected that it forces the world to hold its breath. Was the minefield in the strait just a diversion?
Featuring an ensemble cast that stretches from the most secretive heart of the Chinese high command to the control room of a U.S. submarine, out onto the screaming flight decks of the great aircraft carriers, all the way to a United States Navy court-martial, The Shark Mutiny is epic in its sweep, meticulous in its authenticity, and breathtaking in its pacing. Terrifying and thrilling, it is the most dramatic story of rebellion on the high seas since The Caine Mutiny.
Tom and Jerry, 43 Episode - The Cat and the Mermouse (1949)
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The owner, most likely a relative to Dr. This episode depicts Tom chasing Jerry during the times of Ancient Greece. In This Episode Tom uses lighting to make a runway to try to catch a bird. This episode involves a Persian cat that Tom falls in love with. They both end up on an island, but Tom ends up losing her to another cat.
List of the best Tom and Jerry episodes, as determined by voters like you. Much like the Roadrunner cartoons, Tom and Jerry episodes are often just a game of cat mouse this time literally.
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Tom chases Jerry onto a dock, and as they soon both end up in a can factory, they end up being put into cans during the opening credits. After they come out of the cans one reads "Tom" and the other reads "Jerry", each with their face on the respective cans , Tom cuts open the top of his can with his claw and releases himself. When Jerry sees Tom, he jumps and runs outside of the can factory, with Tom chasing him, making the fish cans spill everywhere. As Jerry in his can rolls out of the way, Tom is carried out by the rolling fish cans and off the pier, until he glides through the air and stops as his tail, then his arm, and then his body register that gravity is imminent. Tom dangles in midair, has his face stretched, and finally falls into the sea. Tom soon jumps out of the water, white with fear, followed by a hungry shark. The cat grabs onto an offshoot of the pier and pulls himself down so as to flip himself just out of the way of the attacking shark below him.
Cannery Rodent is a cartoon directed and produced by Chuck Jones. The name is a pun on Cannery Row , a novel by John Steinbeck. Tom chases Jerry onto a dock, and they soon end up in a can factory, turning into cans during the opening credits. After they come out in cans one reads "Tom" and the other reads "Jerry" , Tom cuts the top with his nail and releases himself. When Jerry sees Tom, he jumps and runs outside of the can factory, with Tom chasing him, making the fish cans spill everywhere.