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The Anuvi Incident by [Vincett, James]
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A harsh universe. Implacable alien foes. Mysterious and god-like ancient aliens. Humanity's struggle for survival.

The Anuvi Incident is classic science fiction action and adventure.

Lieutenant Joshua McFinn of the Union Imperial Navy stumbles upon a conspiracy at the heart of the Fifth Fleet, a plan that will lead to war with Humanity’s most implacable and vicious enemy, the Naati, and shake the very foundations of the Union government.

At the same time, Captain William Osatari Bandele and the crew of the exploration vessel HSS Vitus Bering discover a mysterious and powerful alien artifact, hundreds of thousands of years old, in the Neutral Zone between the Hominin Union and the Naati Hegemony.

As both Humanity and the Naati race to investigate and ultimately claim the ancient alien device, the bitter enemies are driven to the very edge of total conflict.

The secrets uncovered during these events will have a profound and lasting effect on the fate of both Humanity and the Naati in the Milky Way Galaxy.

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The deck alarm blared again and Captain Cavanagh’s voice filled the hangar. “Secure for tactical operations.”

“All tactical data will be transferred to your battlesuit computers,” Captain Lovelace said. He nodded at the First Sergeant.

“WHO ARE WE!?” the First Sergeant screamed.

“THE 356TH!”

“WHAT DO WE SAY!?”

“YOUR DEATH, MY LIFE!”

“SUIT UP!”

The Varano, a Victory class assault transport about five hundred meters long, had two spherical hulls fore and aft joined by a long, wide connecting hub. A thousand drop chutes, holes two meters wide at the bottom end of several meters of steel pipe, lined her underside. Magnetic accelerators ejected capsules four meters long, each containing an Imperial Marine in an armored suit. All Marines fought as battlesuited infantry: each wore a Spez-Kriegworks Model K-3A Armored Battlesuit, a 2.5 meter tall suit of steel and aluminum, with musculature and reflex enhancers, leap servos, a flight pack, and the latest in targeting, electronics, and counter-measures. A 64-kilojoule laser mounted on the left arm complemented a grenade launcher and magazine of 20 bombs mounted on the right.

A Squad Sergeant commanded each squad of fourteen Marines, with each squad composed of two teams. Karadjian commanded Putz and his buddies in First Squad. The brass assigned each squad a ready room in the lower decks of the ship, each a circular room ringed by fourteen four meter long capsules, and each capsule contained an armored battlesuit. The Marines stripped off their coveralls and pulled on their compression jump suits, garments of a tight-fitting material covered with interfaces that hooked into ports in the battlesuit. The battlesuit transmitted vital data to the squad sergeant, the company commander, the battalion commander, and up to the control room in the Varano, allowing commanders to monitor the health and status of each Marine.

“Don’t forget to seal your toilet tubes!” Sergeant Karadjian barked. “You won’t get any sympathy from me if you’re swimming in your own crap!”

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About the Author

James Vincett holds a B.A. from the University of Alberta, and an M.S. in Geology from California State University - Los Angeles. When not looking at rock chips on the wellsite, he's writing science fiction. He splits his time between Western Canada and the Southwestern United States.

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  • Print Length: 342 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UN7DAYI
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