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Directives from Operation ArrowJune 14, 2741“So that’s an order by the way.”Staff Sergeant Westerman said as he waited for the Home Guard soldier to do as he was told, and that was to be respectful towards him. And all he said was to orient the weapon barrel to the ground, just like everybody else who had a rifle on their body carried it as so.“You can’t give orders.” Private Jen Baas said as she adjusted her rifle on her back.“What do you mean I can’t give orders?” Bewildered Staff Sergeant Westerman thought to himself that as far as he knew his authority as a non-commissioned officer didn’t change yet. “I just gave you one, now do it, get the weapon off your back, and point it to the ground like everybody else.”“NCOs can’t give orders Sergeant,they can only give directives, that’s what Captain Baatz said to us back at Camp Renegade.”“Which Company is Captain Baatz anyway?”“Charlie Com
Commentary from Operation Arrow“I wonder about the Muslim culture as a whole sir.” Colonel Cohen said as he stood with General Van Der Kut in the Kommando TOC watching his airstrikes on the holotank bomb another city, this one called Yala. The holdouts still fighting back as it used to be their territory. With the satellites tasked with intercepting the sent messages from the planet it was little wonder thinking that they still had a ‘secret’ way of communicating to the outside universe. They were isolated from the Muslim Coalition who to his knowledge, made no attempts at ‘rescuing’ their former fighters. The majority of casualties were all former soldiers in the Muslim Coalition Army and some were special forces, equal to some of the best soldiers he had in his Sayeret unit. Yet they persisted which he agreed was the Muslim way in his mind, they always fought and sacrificed for the greater good. Of what? His mind asked himself as another bomb struck a fig