Welcome to Tbilisi, gentlemen. I hope you got some shuteye on the flight from
Bragg, because now that we're here we've got a lot of work to do.
Here's the situation: We've been deployed at the request of the Georgian government to help them deal with the rebels on their Russian border. Out area of operations will be the South Ossetian Autonomous Region, 1500 square miles of small villages and rugged backcountry. The Ossetians have been skirmishing with the Georgian army for years, but lately the attacks have escalated to the verge of all-out-war. Washington thinks that the Russians have engineered the current flareup as an excuse to step in and annex the whole region. Out job is to cut the legs out from under the revolution before that can begin.
Our first mission is a raid on a rebel base in the Caucusus Mountains. A rebel leader named Bakur Papashvili has been attacking army convoys across the Terek River. You'll need to take out his guard posts first, then hit the main camp. You'll find Papashvili in the caves at the top of the hill where he's set up a
command center. Take him alive if you can, but remember he won't surrender unless all of his guards have been eliminated.