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2 Outline Marko Ramius is the captain of the Russian super-submarine Red October The Red October is a modified submarine of the Typhoon-class and is nuclear powered The October can carry twenty-six nuclear missiles enough firepower to blow up the city of Washington for about twenty times To test this very expensive submarine billions of dollars the Russian navy has to find the Red October in the Atlantic Ocean Because the Red October has a new propulsion-system that is very silent it will be almost impossible to find the October by using sonar Marko Ramius is one of the best captains of Russia but what the Russian government doesnt know is that Ramius wants to take revenge on Russia because his parents were killed by Russians Ramius wants to desert to America The Red October leaves the dock and is heading to the Atlantic Ocean When the October is on the sea Ramius ordered to go on using the soundless propulsion The Russian government recieves a letter from Ramius who wrote earlier that he is going to America The KGB and the government order all Russian submarines to find the Red October and destroy it Jack Ryan is a young talented member of the CIA He goes to James Greer one of the staff chiefs to show him photographs of the Red October He got these pictures from Americas spy in Russia called the Cardinal On the pictures which are made in a secret dock in the northern Russia Jack can see four strange doors two on the fore-part two on the stern Jack thinks that that is some strange propulsion-system On the sea the American submarine Dallas can hear a strange noise very weakly After a few minutes of communication the Dallas has permission for following the strange sound Jack Ryan tells the president about the situation the whole Russian navy is coming to the coast of America maybe an attack The
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