It's currently the year 2008, and tensions between foreign countries are rising. The U.S.'s economy is slowly falling into recession due to financial and corporate businesses falling out of business because of bankruptcy and lack of federal and financial payment. About a year later stocks bail, plunging the United States into a deep recession, during the recession people are either laid off or forced to find another job. Slowly as 2009 went by, more and more jobs were lost, as unemployment rate increased. During the winter of 2009 (December) stocks went up and down showing lack of stability in the economy. By the time 2010 comes by the stocks instantly drop back into the negatives, then back into the positives. Not only is the U.S. having to deal with the economy but also the war on terror in Afghanistan, the progress of trying to end the war has gone on far too long, putting the president into a rough situation. March 2010 the U.S. President orders a new strategy to not only end the war but safely bring the soldiers back home. The plan was to somehow put an end to the Al-Quada regime therefore possibly ending the war on terrorism.
Nearly two months later on May 21, 2010 the United States forms a new military force or rather a new name for the U.S. military it was to be known as the J.S.F (Joint Strike Force) following the U.S. is Europe also having creating a new military force known as the EU (European Federation). In response to the creation of a new military force, N. Korea threatens to launch an ICBM test fire into Mongolia and China or rather into the cities of Ulaanbaatar, and Hong Kong. Immediately deciding what should be done to stop the attack on the two cities, U.N. president Mike Naïf orders an invasion into mainland North Korea. The plan is to send three groups of special forces units, the first being U.S. Navy Seals, then the third being the SAS, and the fourth being U.S. Delta Force operatives. All three Special Forces groups silently make their way into Pyongyang which is widely known for ICBM tests throughout N. Korea. As soon as the three Spec OP groups reach their objective they are ordered to wait till Kim yung II arrives for the final sequence of the ICBM launch. The moment came at approximately 8:42:78 on June 5, 2010, that Kim Jung II made his appearance to the group of Special Forces units and that he would finally meet his doom by taking a round to the head, instantly killing him.
In the seconds that followed, the Special Forces units watched as workers scrambled to find the assassins that murdered their commander in chief and leader of N. Korea. Before the workers could catch the Special OPS, it was too late. Immediately following the assassination of Kim Yung II, a single Black Hawk helicopter was awaiting the extraction of the Special Force operatives in a flat grassy field just only 500 ft. from one of the main ICBM silos. Their mission was complete, and they were headed back home were they would celebrate the success of the mission. Meanwhile over at Edwards Air Force Base California, workers are just finishing up the last of the X-20 RazorBacks. These are the top of the line aircraft which have much more sophisticated avionics, and much more. The design of the X-20 is made to be stealthy and can stand higher altitudes when doing reconnaissance. Secretary of defense Tom Heinz has asked for an order of 700 Razorbacks as well as the special munitions that it's able to carry. August 28, 2010 Russia follows the U.S. and Europe by forming a new military force known as the Bears. With this new military Russia thinks they can out smart both the U.S. and Europe during a war. But it's not always about out smarting your enemy, it's about the decisions and strategies that are made that can decide the outcome of a war or battle. Meanwhile after the loss of Kim Yung II N. Korea looked for a way to get vengeance for the death of Kim Yung II. Within weeks, the U.S. sends over government spies to track what strategies the N. Koreans are planning to use against the U.S. And Europe on December. 9, 2010 the CIA gather Intel on a possible developing plot from within N. Korea.
Meeting with the secretary of defense, U.S. president Timothy halls explains the possibilities of such an attack on the American homeland. "I think we should reconsider moving our defenses from a single location?" explained the president. "Enlighten me as to why we should reconsider moving our forces from a single position?" asked the secretary of defense. "Well having said that, our defenses would most likely be more accurate with taking down enemy ICBMS within a matter of seconds without causing little or no damage if they were spread evenly across the country." Explained the president. "Well if you say that, then don't you have to get some kind of permission from me?" asked Myers. "No I actually don't need your authorization to accomplish this kind of task." Informed the president.
"Then nothing more needs to be said, is that right?" asked Myers. "I guess you're right, but still I have the authority to begin the process.
After the conversation involving the President and secretary of defense, FBI director Juan Cho called and informed the president of a suspicious transmission that came most likely from somewhere within N. Korea. And that it may very possibly be a message of warning to the American people. Not a moment later, President Tim orders an investigation on finding as to where the transmission was found within a 24 hour time limit. During those 24 hours investigators found no trace of the transmission leaving the investigation dead in its tracks, and so the investigation ends leaving the president asking himself what will happen next? The next morning as president Tim heads to the white house he's told about a missile test that will involve two missiles one being a ICBM being launch from NORAD which in most cases is rare in any circumstance even during a test fire it's usually not allowed, but however will make the test as real as possible. The second missile being a THAAD missile that carries no explosives will counter the ICBM threat and take it out safely without causing any serious damage to the nearby cities or towns below the impact zone.
In response to the missile test, North Korea decides to launch one of its own missiles during thing initial sequence of the missile test. In some cases it might take the American people by surprise, and without warning kill thousands of Americans, which mostly will put America at war with North Korea. But the N. Koreans thought one last time before pulling the trigger, they knew that somewhere within the U.S. there's a base that tracks every possible threat that could or might endanger the Americans in any way. Taking command of the N. Korean government as well as the N. Korean military is Kin Jin Hang or Jin Hang for short. Jin Hang was widely known throughout N. Korea as the top ranked generals in the Korean People's Army. However Jin wasn't as cocky as most N. Korean military officials thought he was. He was always determined to face the worst, even if that meant making the toughest decisions to save Korea from any type of event. If its war or a battle or any other type of situation he will do whatever it takes to accomplish that task. January. 17, 2011 the United States begins its missile defense test. Holding his chair as hard as possible, president Tim watches in awe as the test goes on for 10 minutes, within those 10 minutes anxiety started to kick in, everybody watched as the missiles flew through the light blue sky toward each other. After the 10 minute mark, both missiles collide with each other each leaving no trace of their existence like as they disappeared without a trace, in any way the test went successful and it let the American people know who or what was on their side.