Covert Ops: Class Divide

Covert Ops: Class Divide

At times I may just be a simple country boy from the middle of nowhere, but I’ve never understood the penchant for the rich and powerful to make their buildings hover over the poor and destitute, as if to rub their faces in the disparity. I’d seen it in...
Covert Ops: Chasing the Dream

Covert Ops: Chasing the Dream

Capturing El Sueño and extracting him to a safe-house wouldn’t be an easy task. Not only was he surrounded by some of the most bloodthirsty and cruel cartel lieutenants in South America, each with a personal body-count in the dozens if not more, he was also an...
Covert Ops: Midnight Showdown

Covert Ops: Midnight Showdown

Reports filtered down to us that, ultimately, the Unidad military was able to fend off the angry cartel forces that tried to storm a regional base. The cartel didn’t get confirmation of El Camadante’s real identity, but made their anger well-known. The...
Covert Ops: Getting Personal

Covert Ops: Getting Personal

If the cartel forces laying siege to the Unidad military base discovered El Camadante’s true identity, the war would escalate to a level far beyond Gaz’s and my pay-grade, and would likely constitute a rather unfavorable end to our deployment. Leaving our...
Covert Ops: Family Ties

Covert Ops: Family Ties

It can’t be said that the cartel relies on half-measures to accomplish their goals. Seven large trucks, filled to the brim with armed soldiers, didn’t so much as enter the military base as crash directly through the perimeter fence, guns shooting at any...
Covert Ops: Turnabout

Covert Ops: Turnabout

“El Camandante,” a powerful man in the Bolivian military, had been torturing our newly-freed prisoner for months, trying to learn weaknesses in the cartel’s infrastructure, organization, and procedures. By his accounts it seemed like Unidad was...