TASK FORCE OSPREY Python Squad over Somalia, Eastern Africa Your squad's helicopter finally reaches its destination. The large city has been the site of some pretty nasty engagements in the past, and apparently history likes to repeat itself, as the U.S. Army and the local militia are duking it out once again. The Army didn't want to lose as badly as it had back in '93, so this time they brought in you. Task Force Osprey was made up of the best special operations soldiers from the U.S., Britain, Canada, and Australia, and you always completed missions. Not always like this, but TFO got shit done quickly, efficiently, and quietly. This time, things were going a bit differently. Instead of being dropped off in the same area, Python's 3 fireteams would fast-rope into 3 separate locations, with the remaining solo teammates set up in a way to cover their team in another manner. It was dusk when the squad was dropped in, so the Militia wouldn't be able to get a clear shot at the Black Hawk, and so they would be left guessing where the fireteams were. It was harder work for C2 to keep track of them, but it was how TFO got most of their missions done, and the only way a single squad could cover a large amount of ground with just 9 people. Now that the sun was rising, everything--from the air temperature to the barrels of everybody's guns--was going to heat up fast. Finding the warlord for this clan was going to become an utmost priority, and destroying the militia's weapons cache would put a nasty blow in their ability to retaliate. This mission was by no means easy; going through constant crossfires, dodging RPGs, and staying inconspicuous throughout it all was what TFO was created for. On the one hand, the Army is available for support. On the other, a small company of PMC's seems to have other plans. If you didn't see it, here's the signups.