We have two great commanders lined up for this one. Both of them have the support of their own, awesome teams, so this battle should be epic.
Our first commander is a player with a full eighteen years of playing experience. He founded his own team about five years ago and since then their name, and reputation, has become well-known in Texas and the surrounding areas. His command record of 4 wins and zero losses speaks for itself.
Leading the US Special Forces is Josh "Roughneck" Taylor of Cobra Woodsball
His opponent may only have four years' experience at paintball, but what he lacks in time he has made up for in experience and zeal, playing all over the states of Texas and Oklahoma. He co-founded his team shortly after he began playing and, over the years, they have become a close-knit unit of effective fighters.
Commanding the Georgian forces is Chad “Touareg” Arnouville of Redrum!
Broken Arrow: Dagger Protocol (Storyline)
On April 28, 2006, in Sofia, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ivaylo Kalfin and U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice signed a Defense Cooperation Agreement (DCA), which includes the range, order, and conditions of the shared use of several military facilities on Bulgarian territory. The U.S. also signed a similar agreement with the Romania and the U.S. military units deployed to both Bulgaria and Romania to be known as Joint Task Force East. One of the conditions of this arrangement was the prohibition of any nuclear weapons at any of these bases in Bulgaria or Romania. This non-nuclear agreement was further driven by the Ukraine, to the east. In May 1992, Ukraine signed the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) in which the country agreed to give up all nuclear weapons to Russia for disposal and to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty as a non-nuclear weapon state. Ukraine ratified the treaty in 1994, and by 1996 the country became free of nuclear weapons. Ukraine has consistently supported peaceful, negotiated settlements to disputes.
Mihail Kogălniceanu Airport is situated in south-east Romania, and has been used as a base by U.S. Military Forces since 1999. It was recently allegedly exposed as the site of clandestine CIA interrogations.
However, these were not the only clandestine operations going on there. Unknown to all but a chosen few the CIA was moving a small number of low yield tactical nukes into position in case they were needed quickly for any of the operations in the Middle East. The CIA claimed that these Predator-borne nukes were to be used only in the most extreme circumstances.
A well-organized militant faction in Georgia managed to stop a truck transporting five of these nukes and escaped. There were only a small number of soldiers and vehicles so as not to attract attention. The vehicles and personnel were all eliminated.
It is unknown at this time whether the Georgian Terrorists had inside information or simply dumb luck, but they made it to the shore of the Black Sea, and across it to Georgia. Their training base has been located, and it is believed that all five nukes were transported there. The camp is located in a remote area north of Gupagu in the Caucasus Mountains.
As there were not supposed to be any U.S. nuclear weapons in Romania, or even Bulgaria, their swift and quiet reclamation is of paramount importance not only to security, but to International U.S. relations.
So a cadre of U.S. Special Forces is being sent in to recover the nukes before their captors can use them, and before the rest of the world can find out the U.S. had nukes in places they weren’t welcomed.
To make matters worse Georgian forces have been looking for this camp and satellite reconnaissance shows they are closing in on it. They should reach it within a couple of days.
The U.S. forces have been given twenty-six hours to get in, get the nukes, and clear out without leaving any clues behind as to who was there…or why. The clock is ticking. Tick…tock…tick…tock…
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