The sand’s of Dubai swept across the barren landscape. Covering hundreds of miles in waist high mountains of sand. The only thing visible for the next 20 miles was the Burj Khalifa, The tallest building in the whole damn city. Captain James Walker escorted the team, Dead Echo 6 across the sand blasted terrain. David York was his main wingman and sniper of Dead Echo 6. The 2 trudged against the heavy winds of the sand storm that had just arose. The mission given to Dead Echo 6 was to search the whole city of Dubai for the source of distress calls coming from inside the Burj Khalifa. The last distress call the team had received was a message about a sniper running through the entire city. Killing the innocents of the city for the good of the 33rd, a military battalion that went rouge. Now, on the entrance of the city, James and David stood on the bridge that leads to the Burj Khalifa. The 20-mile bridge was created by the refugees that were abandoned by the 33rd. The bridge was littered with landmines, machine gun turrets, and White Phosphorus mortars. Walker has had experience with that back in the war for Syria. He doesn’t talk about it much. The 2 soldiers stood at the gate to the bridge. The gate was painted and covered with barbed wire, dead bodies, severed heads, and blood. It was a horrible sight, but the duo would soon realize that the road to Dubai is a bone chilling, insanity inducing, mind crippling experience that no man should ever go through. But Walker was about to take the plunge into a hell that will take a lot of courage and strength to pull himself and his friend out of.