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Just a little game with in the game.
In an effort to gain intelligence information on the enemies’ movement in the Robertsville Sea campaign. We parachuted in to the Senator Mines area of Quicksilver Park. From there we made our way up the hill to set up a listening post. We were able to tap into the enemies’ communication lines from here to gather much needed intelligence of their movements and placements.
If you choose to help in this effort the Allied Forces would greatly appreciate your efforts. The listening device in well hidden in an ammo can. Be sure to conceal your efforts from the enemy troops moving through the area on the nearby road. Please re-hide the device well, because if discovers by the enemy or best source of intelligence could be lost.
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Last Updated: on 1/14/2018 5:58:25 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:58 AM GMT)
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