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Fifty years is sure a long time for a condition to take toll on you again after such a long spell. It is here and back more dangerous than ever. It is the condition you would abhor or avoid like plague.
War veterans of that war tell you that it was a dangerous condition. They knew how to cope with it when it cropped up. It was highly contagious and very deadly. When the condition symptoms are seen with one war veteran it is discovered in other veterans it spreads fast like the bird flu. It seems like it is telepathic when one has already his friend has it already.
A solution must be found fast and thatís where an old frail war veteran comes in. All he remembers is that they treated that condition with a mystery cure that was left buried in deep jungles of the very volatile place like Vietnam after their combat team was attacked. Where after that war they were left in hatred for Americans. The cure was buried in the aftermath in a big strong metallic box in mid forest a place known to have pythons. And is a heavy fighting area in Mongolia.
The cure is needed otherwise the condition will wipe out everyone in proximity with the condition. Twenty spy soldiers are sent to unearth the cure in Mongolia without arising any suspicions unknown to them their plan to get the cure eavesdrops on another Russian spy who passes it to his Russian counterparts who want it to develop a cure themselves and hold the US at ransom by developing the cure fast.
Action war and distrust is what characterizes this epic Herculean journey to get the mystery cure before more innocent humans die from the condition while at the same time fighting to get the cure fast to prevent other rivals from having it or having it destroyed before it gets to where it is needed most to be replicated and the cure administered fast to prevent more deaths.
This is total combat and intrigue suspense in getting the cure. It is sure lots of suspense.