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Zombie Killer Patrol Truck Gunners Do It On The Roll Match Conclusion
Temperatures hovered in the 90s all day and the ZKs fighting in the patrol trucks cooked under the sun. The high humidity made it feel like it was well over 100 degrees. It didn’t bother the undead, but the ZKs lost fighting efficiency quickly in the heat, sweat pouring off them and stinging their eyes. If they’d had to fight on foot in this weather, they’d be carrying more water than ammo and would probably still have heatstroke casualties. The drivers earned their pay, negotiating the terrain to keep the gunners in action without getting a single patrol trucks stuck. They’d fought their way to the safe house, and sure enough, it was occupied.
The eight survivors inside were too worried about raiders that were pursuing them to put out the marker panels. They’d put up a good fight against them not far from the safe house and the noise of that battle drew out the undead in the area. In fact the arrival of the zombies is broke the raiders’ attack. The survivors were lucky to be so close to the safe house. Now they were riding back to Live E-Town in three groups on the backs of the patrol trucks while the exhausted ZKs dozed, still soaked to the skin in their own sweat. The sky darkening with gray clouds and cool breeze kicked up suddenly signally the approach of a thunderstorm. It broke loose in a fury for twenty minutes and the ZKs just covered their weapons and let it the rain wash over them, a welcome relief.
Back at Outpost #7 the survivors were processed, the enlisted returned to their barracks and the NCOs reported to Sergeant Kruer for the after action review. The fight had gone well overall. The ZKs had killed 514 zombies in about seven hours of continuous actionand expended about 1750 rounds of ammunition. They drank over fifty gallons of water too. The trucks had done a good job of supporting each other thanks to radio communication and well refined standard operation procedures. They accomplished the mission no casualties. Many of the men had performed extremely well but the stand out zombie killer was actually a rookie which surprised Sgt. Kruer. The man was an older fellow too. Kruer went to personnel records and pulled the rookie ZK’s file and placed it on his desk. He put a clean sheet of paper into his typewriter and began to work the keys with two fingers.
23 August, 2016
Memorandum For The Record
Subject: Letter of Commendation for
He paused to look at the name on the file, and then carefully typed .
“I need to tell Capt. Soo-Z about this rock star when she gets backs, “ he thought.
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