The conclusion...although the Package has been secured, an American contractor has been captured and is being used as an unwilling technical advisor to the rebels.
A small group of elite operators is sent in to rescue him – should the rebels be taught a harsh lesson it would be considered a bonus.
|Quiet streets, for now - you can see the four Delta operators getting ready behind a nearby building |
|A rebel group patrols down a nearby laneway - they're in a good position to directly reinforce the main compound or attempt a flanking movement|
|Delta approach compound - they've made a quick movement down the side of the buildings, avoiding the main street and the traffic. Just behind the white and orange taxi is a news team, who've somehow gotten wind of the hostage situation - any trip-up will cause a media storm|
|They're engaged by the rebels in the compound - one of them gets hit and as they try to return fire under movement an unarmed civilian crosses the road in front of them!|
|They cross the open ground and rebel fire hits the old woman - one of the Delta operators stops to give her basic first aid before dragging her into cover|
|They're under serious time pressure now, but a heliborne sniper has joined in to help them out. The shots from above takes out two rebels nearby as Delta storms the smaller building, wiping out another rebel group. Unfortunately for them the hostage is nowhere to be found: he must be in the main building|
|Delta form up for an assault, but with incoming fire and the helicopter driven away by RPG fire, they hunker down and must exfiltrate before more rebels cut off their route|
Once again, a very close-run affair - keeping to a strict time-table is difficult with only four men, and Delta only seemed to realise the urgency of things in the last two turns.
this really is a bugger what can they do, the rebels seem to stop them time and time again.ReplyDelete