When I Opened My Eyes, I Was in the Middle of the Battlefield - Chapter 131
When I Opened My Eyes, I Was in the Middle of the Battlefield chapter 131
Jose’s eyes widened when he saw the soldiers in the makeshift camp.
It was because, even after removing the various patches attached to the combat uniform, he could see where he belonged at a glance.
“Finally meeting some decent Navy exes.”
The US Naval Special Warfare Development Group, abbreviated DEVGRU or known as SEAL Team 6, is a tier 1 special forces unit launched by the Navy.
It was a unit that rose to fame by killing bin Laden, and in the past Jose supported but fell due to injury.
Even those whom I hardly ever met while living as a mercenary.
“Seal 6? This is really nice. This is Jose Perez. I was in the SEALs and was discharged four years ago.”
Jose naturally approached and blended into the SEAL Team 6, which was inspecting the equipment.
Kang Tae, who was looking at this, muttered with a smile.
“It’s like a child… … .”
“What did you say?”
Rachel, who was by her side, asked Kang-tae, and Kang-tae shrugged as he shot into an empty magazine.
“It’s nothing… Well, maybe it’s like you think.”
“I thought Jose liked him like a child, is that true?”
“Yes, that is correct.”
“Puhehehe, Jose looks very happy. I feel like I’ve met a real colleague.”
“Because I was always in the navy… … .”
“Come to think of it, it’s the first time I’ve seen Team SEAL 6 since I joined G&G.”
At those words, Kangtae asked as if he had remembered something.
“Ah, in the CIA, you did a lot of operations with SEAL Team 6, right?”
“Yes, I have done it many times.”
“Are you sure it’s strong?”
“Although it has received a lot of press, it is a very powerful weapon to underestimate. In that respect, it seems that the U.S. military has been quite concerned about this operation.”
“Yes, it shows signs of hard work. The strategy, the equipment, the liaison officer attached to our team… … .”
Meanwhile, Rachel’s gaze moved through the guns, ammunition, and other equipment to Philip.
It seemed like he cared about words.
The equipment given to the mercenaries in bulk was the latest type and high performance.
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Likewise, Kang Tae, who was following his gaze, stopped talking.
On the surface, it was no different from an expression of intent to know, but it was not the case in thought.
It was because he was interpreting Rachel’s expression of effort and the existence of Phillip, the liaison officer, in a different way.
kind of lobby.
It was because Philip called a while ago and talked about the operation and the command, but today he showed special concern.
The same goes for the fact that you just gave the option of an operation.
‘… I don’t think even Savasaba would do the operation, right?’
Between doubts instead of certainty because it is not accurate.
Philip, who was looking at it, hesitated.
It was because he looked strangely unwell.
Phillip’s mouth opened naturally.
“Lee, how are you today? Are you okay?”
I had no choice but to ask.
One of the purposes of the double operation was Kang-tae, so he was paying special attention to it.
That was the only reason Philip was here.
Fortunately, Kang-tae replied that he was fine, but Philip remembered his words and accent.
Not only that, but I was looking around.
It was because, unlike when he faced Kang Tae-man at Fort Bragg, he now had five new teammates by his side.
Of course, I knew who they were from the beginning.
This was because the personal details that could be disclosed were memorized before entering Korea.
What mattered was the relationship.
For example, how close they are, how much influence it has on Kang-tae, whether they need separate management, and so on.
With the addition of information from above, Philip’s head was spinning faster than ever.
After much thought, Philip let out a blank laugh.
‘I heard that woman was from the CIA, but I’m doing something like the CIA… … .’
Of course, I wasn’t complaining.
It was just amazing that this situation was taking on an unexpected task.
Of course, even in the midst of this, the eyes and ears that receive information and the head that analyzes them were busy moving.
At the end, Philip, who was looking at Kang-tae, hesitated.
It was because I felt uncomfortable.
‘Come to think of it, the expression isn’t bad… … .’
Kang Tae’s reaction didn’t look very good.
All the while at Fort Bragg, he was a good guy who didn’t hide his good teeth.
In particular, he showed great interest in military equipment.
At least, I even looked at the equipment for the shovel, and asked if it was possible to purchase it because it was not available at the gun store.
Even with sparkling eyes.
However, Kangtae now had no reaction even when he saw the high-performance equipment for the special forces that was given to the mercenaries as well as the attitude he had treated so far.
Needless to say, I was nervous.
It was because he was unconcerned even in the heavy atmosphere of the training ground with live ammunition.
And my skills were not at the level of being nervous.
‘I should ask quietly what the problem is when the two of us are alone… … .’
After a while, specific instructions came from the commander of the operation team.
“The ship will depart in three hours, so please prepare.”
* * *
Hotels in Islamabad, Pakistan.
“It’s so inconvenient.”
Giandro took a quick look at the rundown cabin and took out a laptop and cell phone from a large mountain backpack and set them up.
I couldn’t help it.
It was because the US had been following the signal tenaciously, and to avoid it, they had to change their residence at any time.
It wasn’t just a change of residence.
I created a false identity and role so that it would not be easily discovered, and even camouflaged it.
He was a tourist on vacation in Morocco, a resort town, a businessman on a business trip in the capital of Libya, and a tracker here in Islamabad, Pakistan.
All of the clothes and equipment brought now were commonly used by trackers.
Even the mountaineering items frequently used by trackers were prepared as used items with clear traces, and materials were also prepared to avoid simple unintentional inspections.
For example, false scenarios of mountain trips, cleverly synthesized images, and small commemorative badges sold locally.
All of this is so cumbersome that it can be irritating, and it was a situation where there was no promise of how long to do it, but Giandro put an end to his feelings by saying that he was uncomfortable.
It was because he was prepared to risk his life when he threw himself into his boss, Pikal.
Of course, he was hiding while running away, but it wasn’t because he didn’t want to die or was afraid.
Death wasn’t scary at all. I could have died right away.
It must have been the same for Sergei, who was crushed to death for not wearing a belt.
However, I didn’t like that dog death.
I didn’t know if it would accomplish a task or serve as a stepping stone, but I endured it because I didn’t want to die in vain.
To see the moment of revolution.
It was when I finished setting up for the operation while thinking about that.
One of the prepaid phones I had on it rang, and Giandro answered right away.
It was from North Korea.
To be precise, it was a communication that started from the port of Nampo in the south of Pyongyang in North Korea, passed through South America’s currency bureau, and continued to Asian Pakistan.
Before long, his subordinate gave a brief report.
– All two North Korean nuclear development researchers are on board, and we plan to depart as soon as preparations are complete. The estimated time is likely to be 20:50 local time.
Considering the time difference, it means that it will be done at 16:50 Pakistani time.
Giandro nodded and replied.
“Have you met Kim?”
I was talking about the North Korean dictator.
Since the amount of money that went into it was considerable, I thought that it would have reflected his face, so I asked, but the answer that came back was unexpected.
– I didn’t meet you. He didn’t even think about coming out.
“… … .”
Giandro, who didn’t know the subject and thought he was arrogant, immediately followed up.
“Anything else special?”
– Not yet.
“Okay, the rest goes as planned. In a worst-case scenario, you turn to the Juliet plan.”
It was a dirty word meaning escape.
It is an unconditional escape, and it is said to give up everything, including the nuclear development researcher who is the target of transport and Kang Tae, who is the target.
I’d be offended before even starting, but I couldn’t help it.
Even if he had prepared everything, it was because he could not say that there was no possibility of failure.
Even the US Army was on the move.
Even if they weren’t invincible, it was true that they were powerful enough to be invincible, so I couldn’t keep my failures in mind.
There was a high possibility that the official first goal, the transfer of the nuclear development researcher, would go awry.
Of course it could be taken into account.
It was because there was a high probability that North Korea would also give away side branches instead of core personnel.
If you are lucky enough to have all your plans come true, you will succeed.
The problem was:
‘Asian monkey… … .’
It wasn’t that he had luckily killed Sergei, but he was a very obstructive, and therefore must be killed.
So, I was very prepared.
A heat-blocking camouflage was used to prevent detection by military satellites or high-altitude unmanned reconnaissance aircraft, and manpower and equipment were naturally recruited by capturing fishing boats passing nearby.
3 famous snipers on the black market and 18 troops capable of operating rockets and mortars.
It was not too many to be discovered, but it was a number that was not insignificant to use on the offensive.
Of course, it was a small number compared to the dozens of mercenaries who were wiped out in Italy, but it was qualitatively different from them.
The snipers were famous figures in the unit and are still experts in easily assassinating rebel commanders in Africa, and the rocket artillery and mortar operators were also very skilled veterans from the Middle East deployment.
In addition, they were armed with high-performance weapons made in Israel, England, and the United States.
American forces would fight, but they would be able to kill at least one person.
Because it was powerful enough to destroy not one person in terms of firepower or skills, but one battalion.
Of course, not everyone died in the process.
As much as he lost his subordinates at that villa, he had to save them this time.
Trustworthy people weren’t common, so that’s why Operation Juliet was communicated through voice before it even started.
To be able to come to mind in times of emergency.
Before long, the subordinate’s resolute and powerful answer came back.
– I will definitely succeed.
* * *
On the deck, I boarded a large cargo ship that seemed to have to be moved by golf cart or motorcycle.
It was about the same size as the one I rode last time in India, but it felt different.
It was because the noncommissioned officers of SEAL Team 6 entered and settled in each simple guard post with sand bags, and I looked down at them from above.
Feeling like a commander or supervisor.
Since it was not a PMC mercenary treatment, I had no choice but to continue with the thoughts I had been thinking from before.
‘Looks like you’re trying to float it… … ?’
It wasn’t long after the operation was underway, but it was clear to the eye.
I was treated well before and after boarding, and it was especially obvious that he managed me.
It was awkward as a mercenary, but at the same time, it was quite familiar from my point of view.
Because the CIA has already tried it several times.
Fortunately, the SEAL Team 6 seemed unaware of the situation and was simply immersed in the mission.
‘For now, I’ll keep going like this, and if it goes too far, then I’ll give it up forcibly.’
The moment I made my own calculations and made up my mind.
In the middle of the voyage, I hesitated at the words I heard only in the middle of the night.
“The Taryl Islands in the South China Sea. It looks like the cargo replacement will happen there.”
Is it Taril Islands?
It was one of the virtual maps created in the game, such as Al Jamash in the Middle East or the Republic of Camarnia in the Caucasus.
And if you go there, it will be a place where there will be an unconditional engagement.
It was a map that was created that way in the first place, and Pikal was also used for that purpose.
So, before going to Camarnia, I thought I would go once, but I hadn’t and now I’m going with SEAL Team 6.
Of course, there is no such setting in the game.
As mercenaries of G&G Corp, only our team was put in, engaged in localized battles, and carried out necessary operations.
Then I felt a bit strong.
‘I’m a hundred pro in engagements… I have no idea what will happen… … .’
I couldn’t even imagine what would happen with the story line that had already been completely changed.
At worst, it could be a trap.
Of course, since the US military has been monitoring it since the beginning, it will be impossible to operate weapons capable of blowing up the island.
However, the risk still could not be ruled out.
‘I wish I could settle down in my line… … .’
I was worried for nothing, but I cleared my mind.
It was better to do night sniping at sea at this time.
I said to Philip, who approached me noticeably.
“I want to do some shooting training now.”
I was thinking of raising my senses to the highest level for the rest of the time.
to resolve whatever the situation.