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Before Task Force 141 could recover the ACS module in the mission "Cliffhanger", the Russians had already copied it. During the terrorist attack at Zakhaev International Airport, undercover CIA agent Joseph Allen was killed by Vladimir Makarov to make it look like the attack was supported by the Americans. Following the attack, the Russians invaded on August 14. They copied the ACS Module and made around 70 bogies appear along the US West Coast. They did this to "sneak in" through the East Coast. After an air traffic controller interrupted a radio transmission between an Air Force base on the West Coast and NORAD screaming that he was watching Russian fighter jets over Interstate 95 (I-95) on the East Coast. The nearest unit in the area was contacted which was the 75th U.S. Army Rangers, Hunter 2-1 with Sgt. Foley as commanding officer. His unit was deployed to Virginia to defend a certain town and rescue a VIP codenamed Raptor. They defend the town and proceed into Arcadia, West Virginia. After assisting in the evacuation of civilians in Arcadia, the unit proceeds into Washington D.C.