A profile of Amos, a LMB of The Division, for Stories of The Division. Sponsored by Ubisoft.
"I saw some messed up stuff in Afghanistan. But this? I don't even know what to say… Couple weeks back, we were handing out food and medicine and, for some reason, coloring books with no crayons, by the way. Just the books. Whatever. Orders are orders. Everything's going fine until this armed group of civilians shows up and starts muscling in, taking everything for themselves. Only we're not allowed to engage without approval from central command, so our LT calls it in. The word comes down: do not engage. I watched a dude covered in prison ink rip food from the arms of a little girl so violently he broke her wrist. She was crying and he laughed , yo! But we sat on our hands because some pencil-pushing wuss back in the Green Zone said so.
"It only got worse from there. One stupid, pointless mission after another. So we decided, if the Joint Task Force don't have the guts to restore law and order, we'll do it ourselves. Screw the JTF. We’re making the new rules of engagement real easy: if we don't like what you're doing, you can stop doing it or get yourself shot. And if anyone wants to challenge us on that point, come get some. 'Cause our guns are bigger than yours, and we got more of 'em. Simple as that."
Stories of The Division offers an intimate look into the lives of 20 fictional New Yorkers living in the world of Tom Clancy's The Division. These conversations are set during the early stages of the outbreak. This series was written and produced by Studio 61 of CBS Interactive in collaboration with Ubisoft.
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