Stories of Heroes: Story Ten

WASHINGTON D.C. The President of the United States of America was sitting in the White  House looking over various bills. As he was sitting at his desk, the phone rang. The President answered, “Hello.”

A voice replied, “Aha, Mr. President. I am Muchabi, the worldwide international terrorist. I have assembled all of the enemies of the United States of America together. We are attacking your country. There is nothing that you can do about it.”

“Says who?” said the President.

“We have your daughter,” said Muchabi. “We will kill her unless you surrender the United States of America to me. If you do not surrender the United States of America to me, she will die. You are doomed. There is nothing else that you can do. Nobody can save you now.”

Tyrone Jacobs, Stephen Ardley, Brian Parker, and Christopher Tucking were at a house, and they were about to eat a nice dinner when the special phone rang. Tyrone answered and said, “Hello… What?… We are on our way.”

Tyrone said to Stephen, Brian, and Christopher, “We have work to do.”

They went and became a fighting group known as Soldiers.

The Soldiers got into their tank and went off to where Muchabi was keeping the President’s daughter.

Muchabi was at his hideout and said to the President’s daughter, “It looks like daddy does not love you anymore because he will not surrender the country to me. You are doomed.”

The Soldiers busted in and said, “Not so fast! You are doomed!”

“Soldiers,” said Muchabi, “you will not ruin my evil plans.”

Muchabi’s men attacked the Soldiers, but they were no match for them. The soldiers said to Muchabi, “Your evils day are over.”

“So are yours,” said Muchabi.

Muchabi took out a grenade, and was about to pull the pin, but the Soldiers fired upon him before the pin was pulled. They rescued the President’s daughter, and the United States of America was saved by Soldiers.

THE END

2 thoughts on “Stories of Heroes: Story Ten

  1. Thank you my friend. We will never know of some of the bravest soldiers that ever were. Many rescues like in your story where brave men and women are ready to die for their mission are classified. Thank you for sharing this story John and reminding us about the amazing bravery of our US heroes. Love and hugs to you and your family. ❤️🦋❤️

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