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|Air Traffic Control|
|Previous level||Checking Out|
|Next level||Active Measures|
|Game||Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified|
|Place||Tan Son Nhut Air Base, South Vietnam|
- "Recover the CIA analysts and prepare for evac."
- — In-game description
Air Traffic Control is the second Operation in Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified. It involves Frank Woods to rescue groups of CIA Operatives and clear a runway for evacuation.
- Frank Woods (playable)
- Ryan Jackson (cutscene only)
- Jason Hudson (heard only)
- Daniel Clarke (Mentioned Only)
- Nikita Dragovich (Mentioned Only)
- "We're not leaving you in 'Nam this time."
- — After completing the mission
The mission begins with Frank Woods sneaking up on two unsuspecting guards. After clearing the first room, Woods moves through the next few hallways, clearing any resistance. The next two rooms have moderate resistance, so caution should be taken before entering. Woods will then jump through a hole into a glass ceiling, directly above where the first group of CIA Analysts are located. After saving the first group, continue to move forward. The second and final group is located nearby, and contains moderate resistance. Eventually, Woods will arrive at an enemy mortar team, which is easily eliminated. Finally, mortar strikes must be used to clear the runway of hostiles and aircraft. The mission ends once all aircraft are destroyed.
Found in MissionEdit
The Sky Is Mauling! (Bronze Trophy ) - Kill 3 enemies with Mortar Strike in ‘Air Traffic Control’ Operation.
World's Best Babysitter (Bronze Trophy ) - Save all Analysts in ‘Air Traffic Control’ Operation.
- Main article: Air Traffic Control/Transcript