With the power out the waiting Apache comes in low over the compound and destroys the radar antenna with a missile shot.
I bring Foley back down off the roof as the enemy activity has died off. I use Bradley to clear the barracks of soldiers and he picks up more enemy weapons and ammunition. We now move to the other side of the compound to clear the control tower complex. I put Connors, Foley and Bradley in a defensive position while I send Jones with his shotgun through the door into the building.
Rounding corners carefully, with the shotgun at the ready, Jones starts clearing each room. Jones takes a round here and there, but I’m able to self medicate myself since the shots aren’t completely incapacitating, but I’m running through med-kits rapidly.
On the second floor I find a security card which will grant me access to other buildings in the compound that are currently secured.
Continuing up the stairs I hear voices in the control tower above and to save time I just lob a grenade up the stairwell into the cab and the explosion rocks the room and throws bodies against the wall.
Descending back down the stairs I find some rooms that I had missed on the way up and as I enter one of them I look one way and miss the Iraqi that is crouched on the other side of the room. He stitches me (Jones) with AK-47 fire and I go down in a heap. I next take Bradley in to both rescue Jones and continue clearing the rooms. At the room where Jones took the fire I hurl a grenade in killing the enemy within. As I prepare to enter the room however, another Iraqi pops out of another room and blasts me in the back and another team member is down.
Outside Foley looks through the door with some concern as he sees two of his teammates are now down inside the building. I move Connors over to Foley and give him some extra med-kits to take in with him then I take Foley inside the building, switching from his sniper rifle to an AK-47 he has picked up from the enemy barracks.
Reaching the hallway where the carnage has occurred I use up all of Foley’s grenades clearing the rooms nearby, making sure that all of the enemy are dead before turning my back to help the wounded men, both of whom are writhing in pain on the ground.