|Date||May 12, 2010 / 06:45 Hours|
|Objective||1. Rescue Civilians|
2. Defend Voting Center
3. Take Command Post
X. No Friendly Casualties
|Game||Ghost Recon: Island Thunder|
|Previous||Operation: Rapid Python|
|Next||Operation: Ocean Forge|
Happy election day, people. We've got trouble. The polls don't open for another hour, but FDG sympathizers all over the country are already making a mess of things wherever they can. We need every available soldier out there safeguarding voting centers, and that means you get to go along on this one, too.
You'll be in one of the worst trouble zones, a coastal city called Cienfuegos. The FDG's got a lot of support there, and according to reports they've gunned down people heading for one of the main polling centers. Your job is to go in and safeguard that voting center and make sure that people can actually get to it and vote. If they want to vote FDG once they get inside, fine. That's their choice. The point is to make sure they all get that choice.
Safeguarding the polling center is your highest priority. There are FDG forces in the streets all around it, so you'll have to keep an eye out in all directions. There are also reports that civilians have been taken hostage by the FDG. If that's the case, find those hostages and get them out of harm's way. Finally, you'll want to locate and knock out the local FDG command post. Remember, this - safeguarding the elections - is why we're here. Everything else is secondary. Let's do this right.