Intel has located the last of the kidnapped Bulgarian scientists. They are being held prisoner in a safe house in the Ukrainian city of Sevastopol. Your mission is to gain entrance to the house, eliminate the terrorists holding the scientists captive, and rescue the hostages.
Your mission is to escort the last of the kidnapped Bulgarian scientists to safety. The hostages have been separated, they are being held in two different rooms of the house as marked on your map. There are two ways to get into the house and I advise you to send a team each way for a better chance of success.
John Clark - Remember that these people are professionals. We're not dealing with the students from the training camp any more. We're taking on their teachers, and some of them are very good at what they do.
Be extra careful on the staircases. They're perfect ambush points.
Kevin Sweeney - Bravo on ending that physicist-exporting business. We've cracked the encryption on the documents from Poland, and combined with the shipping manifest we were able to pull from the Romanian warehouse, we have a much clearer picture of what's going on. Now that's we've smashed the smuggling ring, the terrorists are going to play their last card in all this. They've got one batch of scientists we haven't recovered yet, and those men are going to be moved east tonight. They've being held in Sevastopol, in a safe house near the waterfront. It's a nice-looking place, hardly the sort of house you'd think nuclear physicists were being kept prisoner in.
Curiously enough, it seems that these fellows are diversified in their operations. They've also running chemical weapons and other arms through the western Mediterranean, with a significant presence in Dubrovnik, Croatia. We're not just dealing with some local thugs with a single bright idea, here. This is clearly a broad-based and professional operation, and we need to get to the bottom of it, fast.
PAVLOGRAD, UKRAINE (United News International) - A dangerous hostage situation in a quiet Sevastopol neighborhood came to a sudden end today as members of an elite Ukrainian Interior Forces unit stormed the innocent-looking house where the hostages were being kept. Gunfire was heard throughout the neighborhood as military vehicles cordoned off traffic and police officers directed curious onlookers away.
Government spokesman Denis Lebedev applauded the efforts of the "brave men and women of the Ukrainian armed forces who made their utmost effort today to combat the scourge of terrorism."
The hostages were identified as a pair of Bulgarian scientists who had gone missing from an international convention on nuclear physics earlier this month. No details were released about the men holding them prisoner, but an anonymous source indicated that they may have been linked to other terrorist activities around the Black Sea in recent months.