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Unformatted text preview: minutes. Our job is to get the birds in the air before that. They're going to Moscow. Where will they land afterward? [Dubis asks his lieutenant in response] They won't. They know that. (pg. 129). Dubis felt that every man on his crew was in immediate danger because they were, he also spoke of an instance where he saw a pilot's parachute drag him under the water before the rescue crew could detach him from it. He also described the pressure his friend who was nicknamed, CAG was under when he killed himself aboard the ship. He named his essay, Imperiled Men because all of the men aboard, in several ways were in perilous danger on that journey. Erickson 2 Works Cited Dubis, Andre. The Contemporary Essay: Imperiled Men. Boston : Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press, 1995. Print Dictionary.com | Find the Meanings and Definitions of Words at Dictionary.com . Web. 01 June 2010....
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