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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear Faqs for PC
By xxx(x3ham@yahoo.com)
Version 1.1(31-03-00)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1. INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY
2. ROSTER
3. ITEMS
        3.1. WEAPONS
        3.2. ADDITIONAL SLOT
        3.3. UNIFORMS
4. CREDITS


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1. INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY
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+Version 1.1+(31-03-00)
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2. ROSTER
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1. Arnavisca, Santiago
Born in Málaga, Spain. Although the family's holdings were greatly reduced 
under Franco's rule, the Arnaviscas still control large tracts of farmland 
around Córdoba and the Guadalquivir river valley. The second youngest son in 
a family of eight, his eldest brother is a deputy in the Andalucian 
Parliament. Attended University of Seville, 1983-88. Joined the Guardia Civil 
upon graduation. Served as a brigade commander 1994-96 in the Western 
European Union (WEU) administration of Mostar in Bosnia where he was 
instrumental in rebuilding the local police force. In 1997 recruited by the 
Guardia Civil's counter-terrorism unit, the Unidad Especial de Intervención 
(UEI) as part of their focus on the growing threat of terrorist action within 
the European Union by former citizens of Yugoslavia. 

Arnavisca has competed in shooting competitions since he was a child and is 
an expert marksman. He speaks English, German and Italian fluently, as well 
as his native Spanish, and can make himself understood in most other European 
languages. Despite his aristocratic bearing, he is more comfortable acting as 
a lieutenant and advisor than a team lead. Extremely tenacious in combat, he 
has a reputation for maintaining an air of calm detachment no matter how 
tense the situation. 


2. Beckenbauer, Lars 
Born on a farm near Chemnitz on the Czechoslovakian border in what was, at 
the time, the German Democratic Republic (East Germany). Drafted into the 
East Germany Army, 1970. Specialized in bomb disposal and demolitions. 
Assigned to East German Border Patrol, 1971-76. Arrested by the GDR State 
Security Service (Stasi) in 1976 under suspicion of involvement in several 
high-profile defections. Released for lack of evidence and discharged from 
army in 1977. Movements and activities from 1977-84 are unknown. The current 
German government will neither confirm nor deny rumors that he was a member 
of the 'Libellen', an underground group held responsible for several bombings 
of East German governmental offices in and around Berlin in the summer of 
1981. Resurfaced in 1985 when he was granted asylum by West Germany after a 
risky crossing of the Baltic Sea in a small sailboat. Opened Pyrotechno GmbH, 
a security consulting firm, in 1989. Since then has built his reputation as 
Germany's leading expert on explosives and demolitions. Married, 1995. Two 
children. 

Beckenbauer had an encyclopedic knowledge of all types of explosive devices. 
Years of working with bombs have made him extremely meticulous. He never 
overlooks any detail of an operation and leaves nothing to chance. In his 
relations with the rest of the team, he is liable to be somewhat cold and 
distant, but only because he is so completely focused on his job that he 
considers personal interactions between team members to be a dangerous 
distraction. 


3. Bogart, Daniel
Born in Keokuk, Iowa, USA. Father is a local deputy sheriff, mother a 
homemaker. Two brothers. Attended University of Iowa on a track & field 
scholarship, 1972-76. Graduated with honors with a degree in law enforcement. 
Worked for three years as a patrolman in Keokuk police department. Hired in 
1980 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Member of FBI Hostage Rescue 
Team 1987-97. Married since 1979. Wife and two teen-age children live in 
Maine, USA. 

Bogart is an excellent team lead. He has exceptional tactical skills and 
situational awareness from his years with HRT. Extremely cool under fire, he 
is also a crack shot, having won several marksmanship awards during his 
tenure at the FBI. His low-key demeanor and laconic sense of humor have made 
him a well-liked member of the Rainbow Six team.


4. Burke, Andrew 
Born in Manchester, England. Whereabouts of father unknown. Mother is a 
secretary at a plastics processing plant in Leeds. Three siblings, two 
brothers and a sister. Joined Royal Marines in 1986. Two tours of duty with 
British Special Air Service (SAS) , 1989-91 and 1996-1999. Awarded Military 
Cross, 1998. Has taken part in SAS actions in twenty-two countries on four 
continents. Further details of his service record are sealed.Unmarried. 

Burke is a seasoned veteran of numerous covert operations. While not 
reckless, he has a strong can-do attitude and unlimited confidence in his 
abilities. As a leader he is decisive and demanding. He has a quick sense of 
humor and is likely to keep his team relaxed by telling jokes before the 
start of a mission. While he has some contact with his immediate family, he 
considers the service to be his home. 


5. Chavez, Domingo "Ding"
Born in Los Angeles, California. Joined U.S. Army, 1983. Served with the 7th 
Infantry Division, 1984-87. Rose to rank of Staff Sergeant before being 
recruited by the American Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in 1987 for 
narcotics interdiction operations in South America. Discharged 1988 and 
became a full-time CIA employee the same year, working under John Clark. 
Service records for the years 1989-99 are sealed. Earned B.S. Political 
Science, George Mason University, 1995. M.A. International Relations from the 
same institution 1999. Married. 

Chavez is an excellent light infantry soldier with an exceptional grasp of 
small unit tactics and close quarters battle. Although small in stature he is 
powerfully built and agile, a formidable opponent with a wide range of 
weapons and in hand-to-hand combat. 


6. DuBarry, Alain
Born in Chantilly, France. Father is a manuscript curator at a local museum, 
mother is a journalist. Four sisters and two brothers. Second oldest sister 
is a prominent professor of mathematics at the University of Paris. Attended 
the Ecole Supérieure d'Ingénieurs en Electrotechnique et Electronique (ESIEE) 
in Paris, 1984-89. Graduated with a degree in electronics engineering and 
computer science. Joined the Gendarmerie Nationale in 1990 as an officer in 
their computer crime division. Instrumental in thwarting a 1994 attempt by a 
group of Algerian nationals to bring down the French Minitel computer network 
using a virus spread by telephone switching software. In 1996 he was recuited 
by the Groupe d'intervention de la Gendarmerie Nationale (GIGN), France's 
elite counter-terrorist unit, as a specialist in telephony and electronic 
surveillance. Unmarried. 

DuBarry is an expert on computers and computer nets as well as more 
conventional forms of surveillance. Although his role in CT actions is 
usually intelligence gathering and communications, as a veteran of GIGN's 
extensive combat training he is fully qualified to participate in armed 
operations. Introverted and thoughtful, and an excellent tactician, he often 
makes connections that other team members miss. Off-duty he is an avid 
amateur scuba diver and is an officer in the Confédération Mondiale des 
Activités Subaquatiques (CMAS). 


7. Filatov, Genedy
Born in Pskov, Pskovaya Oblast, Russian Federation. No information on family 
available. Served in army of former Soviet Union, 1981-85, including tour of 
duty in Afghanistan. Recruited by "Alfa" counter-terrorist group in 1987. 
Operated in all major territories of the former Soviet Union and eastern 
Europe. Resigned from "Alfa" in 1991 in response to that organization's 
ambiguous response to the failed Soviet coup. Director of operations for 
private security firm, 1991-96. Returned to "Alfa" during its 1997 
restructuring under the Russian Federal Security Service. Married, no 
children. 

Filatov is a solid counter-terrorism operator. Although his training and 
background are unorthodox by western standards, he has a wealth of real-world 
experience from his years in the security forces of the former Soviet Union, 
and numerous contacts across eastern Europe and Asia. His steady nerves and 
methodical approach to any threat make him a particularly valuable asset in 
combat situations. Team commanders should not be misled by his world-weary 
manner; he is not a pessimist but a realist, and he prides himself on being 
the voice of reason and conservatism in any debate. 


8. Galanos, Kure
Born in Nicosia, Cyprus. Galanos was thrust into the ethnic tensions on 
Cyprus from an early age, when her family lost their homes during widespread 
clashes between Turkish and Greek rioters. The Galanos family, while never 
physically harmed by the tensions, continued to suffer difficult times for 
many years due to the unrest. Eventually they fled the city, and Galanos' 
father, an ex-ELDYK sniper, taught her his trade in extended hunting trips 
through the center of the island. Galanos attempted to join the Greek MYK 
force, but was denied due to her gender. Instead, she joined the civilian 
police force and quickly rose to prominence as a sniper with a reputation for 
precise shooting in less than optimal conditions.

Galanos is, at times, a sheer force of nature. What she cannot achieve by 
skill alone, she often completes by force of will. Teammates often claim her 
piercing gaze does more damage than her bullets. She displays no antipathy 
towards Turks, or indeed any other nationality or criminal. She treats 
assignments as problems to be solved, and solves them with a single, clean 
trigger pull.


9. Haider, Karl
Born in Graz, Austria. Father is a petroleum distributor, mother a homemaker. 
Two siblings, a brother and a sister, both still in school. Joined the 
regular Austrian army in 1992. Transferred to Gendarmerieeinsatzkommando 
Cobra (GEK Cobra) in 1996. Trained with both Germany's GSG-9 and Israel's 
Sayeret Mat'Kal. Participated in GEK Cobra raid on Deissenmayr GmbH 
headquarters in Vienna in 1998 and was credited with single-handedly saving 
the lives of seven hostages. Married 1999, no children. 

In combat situations Karl is unstoppable. He is extremely aggressive and will 
not hesitate to use whatever methods are necessary to complete his mission. 
He is fanatical about protecting the lives of hostages and innocent 
bystanders, even to the point of jeopardizing his own life. Off the job he is 
soft-spoken and private, but has an iron determination.


10. Hanley, Timothy
Born in Margaret River, Australia. Father is a winery foreman, mother is a 
homemaker. Two siblings, a brother and a sister. Attended Australian Defense 
Force Academy in Canberra, 1983-87. Upon graduation was recruited into newly 
formed 1st squadron of the Special Air Service Regiment (SASR) and remained 
with this unit when it was reorganized into the Australian Tactical Assault 
Group (TAG) shortly thereafter. His entire career has been with TAG with the 
exception of one tour of duty with the Australian Intelligence Corp 
(AustInt), 1993-96. Has lead counter-terrorist teams on three continents and 
has cross-trained with both the U.S. "Delta Force" and British Special Air 
Service. Unmarried. Hanley is a career CT officer. He is a veteran of dozens 
of assaults and approaches even the most dangerous missions with the easy-
going good humor that has become his hallmark. 

Off duty he is an experienced backpacker and mountaineer and has taken part 
in amateur expeditions to many of the world's major peaks. He is in superb 
physical condition and has demonstrated an ability to endure even the most 
extreme physical hardship. 


11. Johnston, Homer
Born in Boise August 23 1972. Father local logger, mother secretary at lumber 
mill. Brought up in true mountain man fashion, he shot his first deer at age 
10. Former Green Beret and Delta member. Part of 101st AirMobile Fort 
Campbell, Kentucky, he found his way into Black Ops by 1989. Definitive 
distance runner, relies on stealth and speed to set up his sniper locations. 
Expert with all forms of rifles. Spends free time hunting with Weber and 
spending time with his parents. Unmarried.


12. Lofquist, Annika
Born in Göteborg, Sweden. Father was a retired admiral in the Swedish Navy, 
now deceased. Mother is a professor of Romance languages at Göteborg 
University and is active in Miljöpartiet de Gröna, the Swedish Green Party. 
Three brothers. The entire family are avid sailors. Attended Stockholm 
University 1984-87, graduated with a B.Sc. in Physics. After a stint as an 
engineer with the Swedish semiconductor giant Microelektronik AB (1988-92), 
Lofquist joined the Stockholm police force as an expert on electronic 
surveillance. In 1994 she was recruited into Ordningspolisens Nationella 
Insatsstyrka (PÖNI), the national rescue unit of the Stockholm Police 
Department. From 1997 to 1999 she lead PÖNI intelligence and surveillance 
teams in over a dozen different counter-terrorist actions, including the 
high-profile 1998 Red Cell occupation of the trading floor of the Stockholm 
futures exchange. Unmarried. 

Lofquist is an electronics genius. Her name is on 14 different patents held 
by Microelektronik, her old employer, and she continues to consult with their 
engineers while serving as a member of the Rainbow Six team. Most of her 
innovations have been in the area of electronic eavesdropping. She is 
extremely confident and courageous, although at times her lack of military 
training can lead her to overestimate her ability to handle a situation. Off 
duty she keeps to herself, living alone on a sailboat in Saltsjobaden outside 
Stockholm. 


13. Loiselle, Louis 
Born in Paris June 6 1968, married to Elaine, three years. Father former 
commercial pilot, mother is a clerk at local department store in Avagion. 
Former member of the French Parachute Division, he was detailed to DGSE. Part 
of action group Service 7. Involved in tactical espionage and counter-
espionage throughout Europe. Began training DGSE recruits in 1985. On 
assignments he is a utility player, and doesn't get shaken easily. He is a 
marksman with pistols and rifles, although he is experienced in all forms of 
counterterrorism. He spends most free time reading and spending time with his 
wife. 


14. Maldini, Antonio
Born in Milano, Italy. Father is the manager of a textile factory, mother is 
a homemaker. Five siblings. Attended Universitŕ degli Studi di Ferrara, 1984-
88. Graduated with a degree in Chemistry. Joined L'Arma dei Caribinieri in 
1989 and after completing training was assigned to the Comando Carabinieri 
Antidroga, the Caribinieri's anti-narcotics agency. Transferred in 1995 to 
the Gruppo Intervento Speciale (GIS), Italy's elite counter-terrorist team. 
Married since 1990. Three children. 

Maldini's specialty is stealth. At GIS his ability to occupy positions 
undetected by the enemy resulted in the nickname "The Invisible Man". He is 
in excellent physical condition and is exceptionally quick on his feet. His 
demeanor is calm and somewhat aloof. Although a solid team member, he is too 
introspective to be a truly effective commander. Off-duty he is an amateur 
marathoner and has competed in races across Europe. Extremely intelligent and 
well-spoken. 


15. McAllen, Roger
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Father is a senior officer with the Royal 
Bank of Canada. Mother is deceased. One sister, still a resident of Toronto. 
Joined the Canadian Army as a Field Engineer, 1981. Served one tour of duty, 
1981-85. Receive advanced training in both combat diving and explosive 
ordnance disposal. Upon discharge joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police 
(RCMP) and in 1988 became a member of the Special Emergency Response Team 
(SERT), the RCMP's elite counter-terrorism unit. When SERT was disbanded in 
1993, he help coordinate the transition of counter-terrorist responsibilities 
to the Canadian Armed Forces' newly formed Joint Task Force Two (JTF-2). 
McAllen re-enlisted in 1994 and became a full member of JTF-2 the same year. 
He has participated in counter-terrorist actions on three continents, 
including the JTF-2 extended operations in 1996-97 against war criminals in 
Bosnia. Married in 1984, divorced in 1992. One child, a daughter, born 1986, 
lives with her mother in London, Ontario. 

McAllen is a specialist in multiple areas. He is an excellent shot and is 
extremely aggressive in combat situations, making him a good choice as a 
member of an assault team, but he also has extensive experience with bomb 
disposal and demolitions. He is an amateur power-lifter and his strength and 
stamina make him a formidable opponent. Team leads should be warned that he 
performs better in a subordinate rather than a command position. He has a 
hearty, good-natured manner and spends his off-duty time socializing with a 
wide circle of friends, most of them current or ex-military men.


16. Morris, Gerald
Born in Birmingham, Alabama, USA. Father is a retired furniture salesman, 
mother is a homemaker. Two younger sisters, both still living in Birmingham. 
Valedictorian of his high school class, National Merit Scholar, 1982. 
Attended Rice University in Houston, Texas, 1983-87, graduating with a BS in 
Material Science and a BA in Russian Literature. Joined the American Bureau 
of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) in 1988 as an agent in their 
Explosives Division. Earned a MS in Inorganic Chemistry from the University 
of New Orleans during a leave of absence from BATF, 1992-1994. His thesis 
"Applications of Micro-stress Analysis in Accelerant Identification" is 
considered to be a landmark in the forensic analysis of bomb debris. Upon 
return to active duty in 1995 he was assigned to the BATF's International 
Response Team (IRT). Since 1998 he has been on extended assignment in South 
Korea with the Korean counter-terrorism task force, the National Police 868 
Unit, training them in techniques of bomb detection, bomb disposal, and post-
bombing investigation. His wife and two daughters currently live in Seoul, 
South Korea. 

Morris is a team player who likes his operations to run strictly by the book. 
His primary specialty is forensics, but he is also an expert at the setting 
and disarming of all types of explosive devices. Although he knows a fair 
amount about conducting counter-terrorist assaults from his years working 
with the 868 Unit in such situations he is more comfortable with an indirect 
approach. Morris prefers to spend his off-duty hours with his family. In his 
spare time he collects antique blues recordings and memorabilia. 


17. Murad, Jamal 
Born in Bani Suwayf, Egypt. Murad is the son of an influential moderate 
Muslim cleric, and grew up learning a great deal about both the religious and 
secular worlds. To the dismay of his pacifistic parents, Murad joined the 
Egyptian armed forces rather than continue his scholarship. Privately upset 
by the reputation of Egypt's Unit 777, Murad set out to change the 
organization from within. His contacts with US, British and German training 
units convinced him there was a better way, but that Egypt would not be 
taking that path soon enough for him. His exceptional skills, both linguistic 
and military, landed him a frequent cross training position with the SAS, 
where he came to the attention of RAINBOW. 

In combat, Murad is a swift and lethal presence. Once he has committed a plan 
to memory, nothing stand in his way to accomplish that plan. Prior to the 
mission, Murad questions every detail of every plan, often infuriating the 
planning officers but ensuring that every possible consequence and 
complication have been well thought out. His insistence that there is a Right 
Way has won him many admirers, if few friends. 


18. Narino, Emilio 
Born in Cartagena, Colombia. Narino's early activities are shrouded in 
mystery, a situation he enhances with conflicting stories regarding his 
training and upbringing. At various times, Narino has claimed to be the 
nephew of a Colombian drug lord, a failed university professor, an ex-police 
officer, and a freedom fighter. Most team members believe that he learned his 
trade as a CIA assassin, a belief that Narino alternately encourages with 
outrageous stories or flatly denies cold stares. Regardless, everyone agrees 
that Narino is a cool and composed marksman with a disquieting ability to 
sneak into exposed positions without being seen. 

Narino is a study in unpredictable mood swings. One minute joking and 
talkative, the next tight-lipped and silent. This never interferes with his 
professionalism on the job, but it has kept Narino at arm's length from the 
easy camaraderie pervading most of the team. This distance is especially 
noticeable during planning sessions, where he doesn't contribute unless it is 
to point out an unorthodox sniping position. 


19. Noronha, Alejandro
Born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. His late father ran an import business. His 
mother is a homemaker. One older brother, two younger sisters. Attended 
college at the Brazilian military academy, Colégio Militar do Rio de Janeiro 
(CMRJ), 1977-81. Served two terms of duty with the regular Brazilian army 
before being recuited into Counter-Terrorist Detachment (CTD) of the 1st 
Special Forces Battalion in 1987. Since 1995 he has commanded one of CTD's 
three squadrons. He has cross-trained with the U.S. "Delta Force", Chile's 
Unidad Anti-Terroristes (UAT), Agentina's Brigada Especial Operativa Halcon, 
and Columbia's Agrupacion De Fuerzas Especiales Urbanas (AFEU). In 1997 he 
was one of a group of senior Brazilian CTD operators who assisted the 
Peruvian armed forces in ending the occupation of the Japanese embassy by the 
Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA). Married since 1985. His wife and 
two daughters live in Rio de Janeiro. 

Noronha has spent the majority of his military career as a CT operator. He is 
well-known in the CT community, particularly in North and South America, and 
has a reputation as a stern taskmaster. Although he has conducted actions in 
a wide variety of terrains and circumstances, he is particularly proficient 
in jungle operations and long-range intelligence gathering. In combat 
situations he is extremely aggressive and he expects the same from any team 
that serves under him. He has no sense of humor and considers it 
unprofessional in others. His only passion in a life (aside from his work and 
his family) is classical music and opera. 


20. Novikov, Arkadi
Born in Minsk, in what is now Belarus. Novikov is the son of a career army 
officer; his family is politically very well connected, and has made the 
transition from the USSR to the CIS very well indeed. Novikov enjoyed the 
finest education and living standard available, including an engineering 
degree from the University of Moscow. He spurned the regular army to take a 
prized field position in the enforcement arm of the KGB, only to find it 
disintegrating beneath him. When his co-workers joined the forming Russian 
Mafias, Novikov left the city to return to Minsk where the newly independent 
Belarus army offered him a chance to lead a CT team of his own creation. A 
series of low profile but well-planned and executed missions brought him to 
the attention of RAINBOW, which Novikov gladly joined. 

Novikov combines the broad built of the Russian athlete with an incisive mind 
and stern leadership. He is capable of working much higher in the 
organization, but prefers field duty, even if it means taking more orders 
than he gives. Other team members feel comfortable with Novikov in charge, as 
his personal bravery combines with sharp planning to virtually guarantee 
success. 


21. Petersen, Einar
Born in Hamar, Norway. Parents owned and operated a ski resort high in 
central Norway. Began skiing at an early age; soon added hunting and 
shooting, to become an accomplished biathlete. Attempted and failed to win 
entry to Norway's Olympic Biathlon Team in 1988 and 1992, missing by 
fractions of a point each time. Joined Beredskapstroppen in 1990, after 
sister travelling in the Middle East was wounded in a terrorist attack. 

Petersen is a nearly unstoppable sniper if allowed the proper setup time. He 
projects an air of icy calm at all times, prompting teammates to devise 
various pranks and embarrassing situations to disturb that calm. All attempts 
so far have failed. While aloof, his unerring accuracy has endeared him to 
the rest of the team. When not on duty, Petersen often embarks on lengthy 
solo cross-country skiing trips, disappearing into dense terrain for days at 
a time.


22. Price, Eddie 
Born in London, September 21 1958. Father deceased, mother living in 
Cambridge, retired nurse. Price is a former color sergeant who served in the 
22nd SAS at Hereford. Spot promoted to Sergeant major, he spent time in 
Northern Ireland for the 14th Intelligence Company. Highly trained in 
techniques such as CQB, IR photography and covert surveillance, "The Company" 
as it is known performs in Northern Ireland, monitoring known IRA terrorists 
and pre-emptively striking against terrorist targets. Involved in hostage 
rescue in Columbia, 1984, where scientist was on a research expedition. 
Extremely physically fit, and an expert marksmen. Enjoys reading, smoking his 
pipe, and working out with Weber. Unmarried.


23. Rakuzanka, Kazimiera
Born Kazimiera Koziol in Gdansk, Poland. Her father and brothers worked in 
the shipyards and she was active from an early age in the movement that later 
become known as Solidarnosc. In 1981 when she was 17 she was beaten seriously 
enough by police to require hospitalization and the following year she was 
arrested during a street demonstration and spent the following year in jail. 
Upon her release in 1983 she resumed activity in the Solidarity underground 
while working odd jobs in and around Gdansk. Married in 1986 to Andrzej 
Rakuzanka, a follow underground activist. With the shifting of political 
winds in 1989 and the founding of the Republic of Poland she was able once 
again to make public her affiliation with Solidarity. In 1990 she joined the 
reconstructed Gdansk police force and quickly moved into undercover work to 
battle the growing organized crime problem in the newly liberated country. In 
1993 she was recruited by the Grupa Reagowania Operacyjno Mobilnego (GROM), 
Poland's newly-formed counter-terrorist unit. Initially she was involved 
purely in intelligence gathering activities, but in 1994 when her unit took 
part in Operation Restore Democracy, the American-led invasion of Haiti, she 
was promoted to full-fledged CT operator. In 1998 she lead her first assault 
team, and has since cross-trained with the U.S. "Delta Force", Norway's 
Beredskapstroppen, and Finland's Osasto Karhu. Her husband and two daughters 
reside in Gdansk. 

Rakuzanka is a survivor. Despite her unassuming appearance she has an iron 
consititution and is capable of enduring extreme hardship. She is a strong 
team player and an excellent shot. She has a sarcastic way of speaking but 
always reserves her sharpest barbs for the rich and powerful. She is called 
"Kazi" by friends and family, and "Kazikami" by her colleagues, although 
never to her face. 


24. Raymond, Renee 
Born in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. Father is a retired U.S. Army colonel, 
mother is a homemaker. Two older brothers. Attended University of Oklahoma, 
1986-89 under Reserve Officers Training Corp (ROTC) program, majoring in 
Political Science. Entered regular U.S. Army upon graduation. Served in 
Kuwait, 1991. Recruited into U.S. Special Operations Psychological Operations 
(PSYOPS), 1992. Served in Bosnia, 1996-97. In 1998 was selected to take part 
in U.S. Army trial introduction of women into special operations ground 
combat forces. Trained with 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta 
(1st SFOD-D, "Delta Force") . Married since 1993. Husband is a lieutenant in 
U.S. Army, stationed in Frankfurt, Germany. One child, a daughter, born 1995. 

Raymond is extremely self-reliant and resourceful. An excellent combat 
soldier, she is also well-versed in a variety of types of psychological 
warfare, and understands how both soldiers and civilians react under the 
stress of combat. Although an experienced officer, she is too much of a loner 
to be at her best as a team lead and will be used to maximum advantage in a 
support role. She doesn't talk much, and weighs her words carefully when she 
does speak. 


25. Suo-Won, Pak 
Born in Kangnung, South Korea. Pak is a member of a large family of 
fishermen; he has four brothers and three sisters. He entered the South 
Korean army at the youngest age he could, so long as he would not have to 
serve on a boat, ever again. Despite (or perhaps because of) his slight 
build, Pak developed a reputation for physical prowess, particularly 
endurance. He was accepted into the 707th Special Mission Battalion, making 
battalion history by being the only inductee to exceed every one of the 
punishing physical tests exacted upon the battalion during training. He built 
his reputation up further by succeeding at lengthy solo infiltration missions 
behind North Korean lines, often in disguise for extended periods of time. 

Pak is cheerful and optimistic at all times. While Recon operatives are not 
used in all missions, Pak manages to be in the center of the planning and 
discussion stages all the same. 


26. Sweeney, Kevin 
Born in Birmingham, England. Father was a waiter, mother a cleaning woman. 
Two brothers, one younger, one older. Joined Birmingham police force as a 
patrol officer in 1987. Promoted to detective in 1991. Spent the next five 
years working a variety of undercover operations in the Special Branch. In 
collaboration with the British Security Service (MI5) coordinated a series of 
raids in the fall of 1996 that broke the back of the Free Europe terrorist 
underground in the British Isles. Recruited by MI5 as an agent in 1997, he 
left his position with the Birmingham force. Assigned to their counter-
terrorism branch ('T' Branch) and working out of London, he has planned and 
executed over two dozen covert actions in Great Britain and British 
territories. Unmarried. 

Despite his youthful appearance, Sweeney is a master of covert operations. He 
has a particular knack for blending into the background that served him well 
during his years working undercover on the streets of Birmingham. He also is 
an excellent burglar and, despite his large build, can move quite quickly and 
quietly if he needs to. He is a good actor and can maintain his composure 
even under the most stressful situations. Professionally he is soft-spoken 
and earnest. He prefers consensus to confrontation. 


27. Walther, Jorg 
Born in Saarbrüken, Germany. Father is a safety engineer with Lufthansa, 
mother is a homemaker. Three younger siblings, two sisters and a brother. 
Amatuer archer, competing in Germany junior national championships, 1990. 
Entered the German Federal Border Police Force (Bundesgrenzschutz) in 1994 at 
the top of his cadet class. Stationed at Saarbrüken, 1994-98. Recruited into 
Germany's elite counter-terrorist force, Grenzschutzgruppe 9 (GSG-9) in 1998. 
Completed GSG-9 training in record time, again at the top of his class. 
Temporarily attached to GSG-9/1, the group's primary CT strike unit, before 
reassignment to Rainbow Six. Married since 1996. No children. 

Walther is currently the youngest member of the Rainbow Six team. His lack of 
experience in the field is balanced by his extraordinary drive and 
determination. He is a quick learner and an exceptional team member, 
following every order without hesitation or question. Although his primary 
training was as member of an assault team, he also is well-versed in wire-
tapping and electronic surveillance. He is clearly being groomed for 
advancement by the Bundesgrenzschutz command and his assignment to Rainbow 
Six reflects the German government's long-term commitment to international CT 
collaboration.


28. Weber, Dieter 
Born in Munich July 9 1971, Father ironworker, mother deceased. Graduate of 
German Army's Burger Fubrer or Mountain Leader schools, one of the physically 
toughest schools in the world. Came from German GSG-9 team, which was part of 
the former Border Guards, the Federal Republic's counterterrorism team. 
Fluent in English and German, his marksmen ability only matched by a few 
members on the team. Spends free time hunting, working out with Price, and 
practicing Tai Kwon Do. Unmarried.
 

29. Woo, Tracy 
Born in Los Angeles, California, USA. Father is a doctor, mother a lawyer. No 
siblings. Amateur gymnast, competing in west coast regional championships 
1987-88. Attended UCLA University 1989-92, graduated with a BA in Psychology. 
Joined Los Angeles Police department in 1992, transferred to Metro Division 
S.W.A.T Team in 1994, where she specialized in surveillance and negotiation. 
Awarded commendation for bravery for role in ending the New Millennia 
occupation of L.A. city hall in 1999. 

Woo is an expert on reconnaissance and surveillance. She can move quickly and 
quietly through terrorist-controlled areas and is well-versed in the 
installation and removal of a wide variety of electronic intelligence-
gathering devices. She handles command well, but she has an independent 
nature and has been known to argue with her superiors. Her combat skills are 
average. Outspoken and self-reliant. 


30. Yacoby, Ayana 
Born in Tel Aviv, Israel. Father is a greengrocer, mother died when she was 
three. One younger brother plays professional soccer for Beitar Jerusalem. 
Joined the regular Israeli army, 1992. Transferred to Sayeret Mat'kal in 
1995, where she served in the general staff reconnaissance unit. Recruited in 
1997 by the Mossad. Specialization in infiltration and intelligence 
gathering. Speaks fluent English and Arabic. 

Ayana is a master of the silent kill. Her training has prepared her for 
moving stealthily into hostile territory and neutralizing whatever threats 
may confront her. She is extremely intelligent with little tolerance for 
fools. The quintessential professional, she has been known to complain about 
the "cowboy attitude" of some of the other members of the team. Ruthless in 
combat, in non-military situations she may err on the side of excessive 
force. 






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3. ITEMS
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3.1.WEAPONS

1. H&K PSG-1
Calibre: 7.62x51mm
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 5


2. Barrett M95 
Calibre: .50 Browning
Rate of Fire: BA
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 5


3. H&K USP 0.40 
Calibre: .40 ACP
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 13


4. H&K USP 0.40 SD 
Calibre: .40 ACP
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 13


5. Benelli M1 Tactical 12 gauge
Calibre: 12 Gauge
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 7

 
6. Beretta 92 FS 
Calibre: 9x19mm
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 15

 
7. Beretta 92 FS SD 
Calibre: 9x19mm
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 15


8. H&K 0.45 Mark 23
Calibre: 0.45 ACP
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 12

 
9. H&K 0.45 Mark 23 SD 
Calibre: 0.45 ACP
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 12


10. Steyr Aug Assault Rifle
Calibre: 5.56x45mm
Rate of Fire: SS, 3RB, FA
Rounds Per Min: 680
Ammo Cap.: 30

 
11. M-16A2 
Calibre: 5.56x45mm
Rate of Fire: SS, 3RB
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 30

 
12. Walther WA 2000
Calibre: 0.300 Winchester
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: N/A
Ammo Cap.: 6

 
13. SPAS-12
Calibre: 12 gauge
Rate of Fire: SS, FA
Rounds Per Min: 240
Ammo Cap.: 9

 
14. M4 Carbine
Calibre: 5.56x45mm
Rate of Fire: SS, FA
Rounds Per Min: 750
Ammo Cap.: 30


15. H&K MP5A4
Calibre: 9x19mm
Rate of Fire: SS, 3RB, FA
Rounds Per Min: 800
Ammo Cap.: 30

 
16. H&K MP5SD6
Calibre: 9x19mm
Rate of Fire: SS, 3RB, FA
Rounds Per Min: 800
Ammo Cap.: 30

 
17. H&K MP5K PDW
Calibre: 9x19mm
Rate of Fire: SS, FA
Rounds Per Min: 900
Ammo Cap.: 30

 
18. H&K MP5/10A2
Calibre: 10mm ACP
Rate of Fire: SS, FA
Rounds Per Min: 800
Ammo Cap.: 30

 
19. H&K MP5/10SD
Calibre: 10mm ACP
Rate of Fire: SS, FA
Rounds Per Min: 800
Ammo Cap.: 30

 
20.H&K UMP45
Calibre: 0.45 ACP
Rate of Fire: SS, 3RB, FA
Rounds Per Min: 580
Ammo Cap.: 25

 
21. H&K UMP45 SD
Calibre: 0.45 ACP
Rate of Fire: SS, 3RB, FA
Rounds Per Min: 580
Ammo Cap.: 25

 
22. Individual Weapon
Calibre: 5.56x45mm
Rate of Fire: SS, 3RB, FA
Rounds Per Min: 700
Ammo Cap.: 30

 
23. H&KG36K
Calibre: 5.56x45mm
Rate of Fire: SS, 3RB, FA
Rounds Per Min: 750
Ammo Cap.: 30

 
24. H&K G3A3 
Calibre: 7.62x51mm
Rate of Fire: SS, FA
Rounds Per Min: 600
Ammo Cap.: 20

 
25. Desert Eagle 0.50 AE 
Calibre: 0.50 AE
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: NA
Ammo Cap.: 7

 
26. Desert Eagle 0.357 
Calibre: 0.357 Magnum
Rate of Fire: SS
Rounds Per Min: NA
Ammo Cap.: 9


3.2. ADDITIONAL SLOT

-Binosulars= These compact, lightweight binoculars are specially constructed 
to withstand the rigors of CT operations. A built in range finder and choice 
of 4x and 8x zoom factors make these the item of choice for RAINBOW recon 
missions.

-Demolitions Kit= This kit speeds up both the placing and disarming of 
explosives. It contains basic electrical diagnostic equipment along with the 
essential mechanical tools needed to perform the job. Extra primer, detcord, 
and a variety of adhesives complete the kit.

-Door Charges= Breaching charges are used to explosively remove doors for 
rapid entry. Flashbangs do not need to be used in conjunction with a 
breaching charge as they stun, wound, or even kill anyone nearby.

-Electronics Kit= This kit speeds up rewiring controllers for explosives 
devices, infiltration of computer system, and related electrical and 
electronic tasks. It contains a high precision multimeter, miniature power 
supplies, a breadboard, and digital analyzer. A full complements of jumpers, 
clips, and miscellaneous electrical parts rounds out the kit.

-Flashbangs= Capable of stunning observers with a combination bright flash 
and loud report, flashbangs are commonly tossed into rooms to "prepare" rooms 
prior to entry. The valueable seconds gained while potential hostiles recover 
from the stun effects can mean the difference between life and death to a 
tactical team. Also known as Distraction Device or Stun Grenedes.

-Frag Grenades= The M61 Fragmentation Grenade is the standard issue offensive 
grenade used by infantry throughout the world. While its blast radius is 
small, an overhand throw is still necessary to safely clear the blast radius 
in the open.

-Heartbeat Sensor= The Heartbeat Sensor is capable of tracking a human 
heartbeat even through thick layers of concrete. It works by detecting the 
characteristic ultra-low-frequency electric field given off by a beating 
heart. The Heartbeat Sensor scans a small sphere around the user.

-Lockpick Kit= This kit speeds the picking of locks. Its primary component is 
a highly sophisticated auto-pick capable of opening most mechanical locks in 
a few seconds. Electrical keycard or swipe locks are handled using a 
classified system containing presets for all major keycard variations.

-Primary Mags= Extra magazines for your primary weapon.

-Secondary Mags= Extra magazines for your secondary weapon.


3.3. UNIFORMS

-Arctic 1 Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. An excellent uniform choice for demolitions specialists operating 
in arctic environments, it consists of Level III body armor extending to the 
groin, sub-zero parka, a Kevlar Helmet with full faceplate, soft-soled rubber 
boots, Nomex balaclava, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops all 
but the most high-powered rifle rounds.

-Arctic 1 Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and 
ease of movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating 
in arctic environments, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical vest, 
a Kevlar Helmet, sub-zero parka, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, 
and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops most pistol and submachine 
gun rounds.

-Arctic 1 Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
arctic environments, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-length 
tactical vest, sub-zero parka, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and 
cut resistant Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops low-powered pistol 
rounds.

-Arctic 2 Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. An excellent uniform choice for demolitions specialists operating 
in arctic environments, it consists of Level III body armor extending to the 
groin, sub-zero parka, a Kevlar Helmet with full faceplate, soft-soled rubber 
boots, Nomex balaclava, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops all 
but the most high-powered rifle rounds.

-Arctic 2 Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and 
ease of movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating 
in arctic environments, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical vest, 
a Kevlar Helmet, sub-zero parka, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, 
and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops most pistol and submachine 
gun rounds.

-Arctic 2 Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
arctic environments, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-length 
tactical vest, sub-zero parka, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and 
cut resistant Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops low-powered pistol 
rounds.

-Black Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. The uniform of choice for demolitions experts on nighttime 
operations, it consists of Level III body armor extending to the groin, a 
Kevlar Helmet with full faceplate, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, 
and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops all but the most high-
powered rifle rounds.

-Black Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and ease 
of movement. The standard uniform for assaulters on nighttime operations, it 
consists of a Level II waist-length tactical vest, a Kevlar Helmet, soft-
soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest 
reliably stops most pistol and submachine gun rounds.

-Black Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. The uniform of choice for recon specialists on nighttime 
operations, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-length tactical 
vest, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and cut resistant 
Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops low-powered pistol rounds.

-Blue Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. A good choice for demolitions specialists operating in low light 
conditions, it consists of Level III body armor extending to the groin, a 
Kevlar Helmet with full faceplate, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, 
and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops all but the most high-
powered rifle rounds.

-Blue Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and ease of 
movement. A good choice for assault specialists operating in low light 
conditions, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical vest, a Kevlar 
Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. 
The vest reliably stops most pistol and submachine gun rounds.

-Blue Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. A good choice for recon specialists operating in low light 
conditions, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-length tactical 
vest, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and cut resistant 
Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops low-powered pistol rounds.

-Desert 1 Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. An excellent uniform choice for demolitions specialists operating 
in desert environments, it consists of Level III body armor extending to the 
groin, a Kevlar Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The 
vest reliably stops all but the most high-powered rifle rounds.

-Desert 1 Medium=This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and ease 
of movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
desert environments, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical vest, a 
Kevlar Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest 
reliably stops most pistol and submachine gun rounds.

-Desert 1 Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
desert environments, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-length 
tactical vest, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest 
reliably stops low-powered pistol rounds.

-Desert 2 Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. An excellent uniform choice for demolitions specialists operating 
in desert environments, it consists of Level III body armor extending to the 
groin, a Kevlar Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The 
vest reliably stops all but the most high-powered rifle rounds.

-Desert 2 Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and 
ease of movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating 
in desert environments, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical vest, 
a Kevlar Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest 
reliably stops most pistol and submachine gun rounds.

-Desert 2 Light=This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
desert environments, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-length 
tactical vest, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest 
reliably stops low-powered pistol rounds.

-Euro 1 Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. An excellent uniform choice for demolitions specialists operating 
in mixed forest environments, it consists of Level III body armor extending 
to the groin, a Kevlar Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar 
gloves. The vest reliably stops all but the most high-powered rifle rounds.

-Euro 1 Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and ease 
of movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
mixed forest environments, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical 
vest, a Kevlar Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The 
vest reliably stops most pistol and submachine gun rounds.

-Euro 1 Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
mixed forest environments, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-
length tactical vest, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The 
vest reliably stops low-powered pistol rounds.

-Green Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. Used primarily by demolitions specialists in general outdoor 
environments, it consists of Level III body armor extending to the groin, a 
Kevlar Helmet with full faceplate, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, 
and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops all but the most high-
powered rifle rounds.

-Green Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and ease 
of movement. Used primarily by assault specialists in general outdoor 
environments, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical vest, a Kevlar 
Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. 
The vest reliably stops most pistol and submachine gun rounds.

-Green Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. Used primarily by recon specialists in general outdoor 
environments, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-length tactical 
vest, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and cut resistant 
Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops low-powered pistol rounds.

-Grey Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. The traditional uniform of demolitions experts operating in urban 
environments, it consists of Level III body armor extending to the groin, a 
Kevlar Helmet with full faceplate, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, 
and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops all but the most high-
powered rifle rounds.

-Grey Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and ease of 
movement. The traditional uniform of assaulters operating in urban 
environments, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical vest, a Kevlar 
Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. 
The vest reliably stops most pistol and submachine gun rounds.

-Grey Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. The traditional uniform of recon specialists operating in urban 
environments, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-length tactical 
vest, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and cut resistant 
Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops low-powered pistol rounds.

-Street 1 Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. An excellent uniform choice for demolitions specialists operating 
in urban environments, it consists of Level III body armor extending to the 
groin, a Kevlar Helmet with full faceplate, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex 
balaclava, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops all but the most 
high-powered rifle rounds.

-Street 1 Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and 
ease of movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating 
in urban environments, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical vest, 
a Kevlar Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and Nomex/Kevlar 
gloves. The vest reliably stops most pistol and submachine gun rounds.

-Street 1 Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
urban environments, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-length 
tactical vest, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and cut resistant 
Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops low-powered pistol rounds.

-Street 2 Heavy= This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. An excellent uniform choice for demolitions specialists operating 
in urban environments, it consists of Level III body armor extending to the 
groin, a Kevlar Helmet with full faceplate, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex 
balaclava, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops all but the most 
high-powered rifle rounds.

-Street 2 Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and 
ease of movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating 
in urban environments, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical vest, 
a Kevlar Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and Nomex/Kevlar 
gloves. The vest reliably stops most pistol and submachine gun rounds.

-Street 2 Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
urban environments, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-length 
tactical vest, soft-soled rubber boots, Nomex balaclava, and cut resistant 
Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The vest reliably stops low-powered pistol rounds.

-Wood Heavy=This bulky uniform sacrifices ease of movement for increased 
protection. An excellent uniform choice for demolitions specialists operating 
in mixed forest environments, it consists of Level III body armor extending 
to the groin, a Kevlar Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar 
gloves. The vest reliably stops all but the most high-powered rifle rounds.

-Wood Medium= This uniform is provides a good blend of protection and ease of 
movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
mixed forest environments, it consists of a Level II waist-length tactical 
vest, a Kevlar Helmet, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The 
vest reliably stops most pistol and submachine gun rounds.

-Wood Light= This streamlined uniform sacrifices protection for ease of 
movement. An excellent uniform choice for recon specialists operating in 
mixed forest environments, it consists of a lightweight Level IIa waist-
length tactical vest, soft-soled rubber boots, and Nomex/Kevlar gloves. The 
vest reliably stops low-powered pistol rounds.


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4. CREDITS
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-Thanks to Tom Clancy for making the stories
-Thanks to Red Storm for making this game
-Thanks to Gamefaqs for putting this faqs at http://www.gamefaqs.com
-Thanks to Al Amaloo for putting this faqs at http://www.gameadvice.com 
-Thanks to Jamie Long for putting this faqs at http://www.gamesdomain.co.uk/

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