Bermuda Investigation

Mission Ops: Frost


Shipping vessels have gone missing in the Bermuda Triangle. While this may not be news, given the legends around this region, the losses seem too targeted to be the work of myth and legend.

Concerned about a possible risk to Global Security, UNISON is tasked to investigate.

Frost returns to the team and directs the investigation. Initial reports suggest the location of several wrecks, but attempts to locate the wrecks for further investigation are thwarted by bad weather. The team decides that extra help is required.

Enter – Aerosmith. A hotshot pilot with a background in search and rescue, he joins the team and helps locate the underwater wrecks with Passport’s help.

Meanwhile, Blizzard and Xerox investigate leads in Miami. Someone is hiring divers and salvage crews, and trying to keep things off the books. Eventually, it is discovered that the late Colonel Klinkmann’s Neo Nazi gang is running a fundraiser by ‘sinking’ ships that are carrying priceless works of art stolen from European families in the second world war. Under several front companies, these works of art are being paid for by Insurance Policies, and being retrieved by their nefarious owners.

Blizzard and Passport sneak onto Klinkmann’s yacht, and discover that the Neo-Nazi’s are using an advanced form of gas compression to ‘mine’ an area of the sea floor with a reinforced canister of compressed gas. When the target ship enters range, the capsule is detonated remotely, and the ensuing froth at the surface guarantees an immediate sinking of the doomed ship.

A firefight erupts aboard the yacht, and the ship is destroyed by its own gas-weapon, while Blizzard and Passport are evacuated by Aerosmith.

Even with the loss of the Neo-Nazi’s yacht, several important works of art remain at large, and clues indicate that the Neo-Nazi’s have hidden them in a series of Storage Lockers in the Miami Area. Xerox calls on an old friend of the family, Barry Weiss, to help. Barry is an experienced collector and antique dealer and was able to help the team locate the works of art that were stolen in the 1930’s.


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