Threats: The first part of this mission isn't going to be too hard. I guess this may surprise you a little bit. I would like to remind you that you won't have to hurry... unless you want to lose your team. The most important thing is to move carefully. You should also use the tactical view in order to spot nearby soldiers. Thankfully, you should be able to find all of them. There aren't any tanks or gunships here, although you may consider taking the ZEUS rocket launcher. You will be able to use it against enemy armored vehicles (twice). The final part of the mission is going to be much more difficult. You will have to reach a well protected embassy. There are going to be a lot of enemy soldiers in the area, including snipers. You should also know that you won't have an opportunity to save your progress there.
Mission objective: This is the last mission of the singleplayer campaign. Once again, you'll want to retrieve the football. It's being held by Carlos Ontiveros, the leader of the rebel forces. You will have to kill him and locate the suitcase with the nuclear launch codes. You should also know that some of the most elite units from the Aguila Seven organization have arrived in the area.
Walkthrough: You start off inside an allied IFV (#1). You have to wait for the armored vehicle to reach the mission start area. It would be wise to listen what the general has to say. Once you're there, exit the vehicle (#2). CHECKPOINT 1.