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Michael J. Hangge

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Chief Warrant Officer (4) Michael J. Hangge enlisted in the United States Army in 1989.  During the First Gulf War he was promoted to sergeant.  In 1994, he attended Warrant Officer Candidate School.  A pilot, he is currently assigned to Fort Campbell.  Chief Warrant Officer (4) Michael J. Hangge is the author of Penalty of Pride (Dispersive Ground).

According to the book description Penalty of Pride (Dispersive Ground), “The powder keg of war lights when the brutal legacy of Kim Jong-il is passed to his youngest son. As the Young General struggles to cope with his inheritance of fear, famine, disease, and death, there are powerful forces lurking in the shadows, ready to usurp control of the failing nation. When the dead dictator’s eldest son realizes his brother has lost control of their nation, he calls James Faulkirk to help him end his family’s vile nepocracy. James, an ex-CIA analyst haunted by the pain of his own losses, climbs out of his soju bottles as the countdown to war nears zero. But can the unlikely duo warn the world and rescue the Korean peninsula before it sinks into the putrid hole which has already rotted its very bedrock?”


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