|Date||August 17, 2010 / 22:00 Hours|
|Objective||1. Destroy Radio at Communication Outpost|
2. Plant Demo Charge in Both Weapon Warehouses
|Game||Ghost Recon Jungle Storm|
|Previous||Operation: Vapor Knife|
|Next||Operation: Ocean Hammer|
That was a nice piece of work you did. You've turned off the pipeline feeding weapons into the north of the country. Now it's time to squeeze out the last few drops.
Unmanned reconnaissance aircraft have pinpointed a railroad station on the fringes of the Tatacoa desert region as something we need to be taking a look at. That's a part of the country where the rebels have been making significant inroads lately, and command thinks it's a good idea to start rolling them back. Our offensive starts with that railway station, and it starts with you.
We've got good intelligence suggesting that a train full of weapons for MFLC fighters in the Magdalena Valley will be putting in at that station for offloading. Normally we'd just send in a few choppers to take care of it, but the Colombian government is being very insistent that we not blow up any more of their valuable railroad equipment. That means you get to go in and take care of it, personally.
You'll insert near the railroad depot. Once you're there, seize control of the area to make sure the rebels don't bring up reinforcements along the rail line. With their backup cut off, the rebels will probably fall back to the warehouses where they've been storing the weapons. That's your second target. Get inside those buildings and blow those weapons caches.
In addition, Intel says we've got an added prize. Francisco Lever, the MFLC regional commander for the whole of northwest Colombia is on site. We don't want you to take him out, however. Instead, slap a signal beacon on his chopper and let him run. With luck, he'll lead us right to all of his friends.