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it will be in Thailand
with the Special Ops designate
who runs the operation.
Yes, Sir.
- All clear?
- Yes.
John, I want you to know that I did
what I could to keep you outta here.
I know.
Do we get to win this time?
This time, it's up to you...
That'll be all.
How you doin', Rambo? I'm Ericson.
Why don't we make it over to the hangar?
You're the chosen one, huh?
You made a helluva rep'
for yourself in Nam!
Anyway, I'm glad to be workin' with you.
This place may not be heaven,
but at least you're out of the joint!
He's here.
- Morning, John.
- Sir.
This is Marshal Murdock. He's in charge
of Special Operations from Wahington.
Thank you, Colonel.
Rambo, been looking
forward to meeting you.
How was your trip? No problems?
Except for the damned heat, right?
Never felt anything like it!
Come on in, let's get down to business!
I was glancing over your files.
Makes some pretty interesting reading!
Rambo, John J., born 7.6.47,
Bowie, Arizona, of
Indian-German descent.
That's a helluva combination!
Joined the army 8.6.64,
accepted special forces,
specialization: light weapons.
Cross-trained as medic.
Helicopter and language qualified.
59 confirmed kills, 2 silver
stars, 4 bronze, 4 Purple Hearts,
distinguished service
cross, and Medal of Honor.
You got around, didn't ya?
Rambo, you're probably aware
that there's almost 2.500 Americans
still Missing In Action
in South-East Asia.
Most of these boys are presumed killed,
but to the legal families,
Congress and lots of Americans,
it's still a very emotional issue.
Gimme something cold, please!
Rambo, you certainly don't know
as much about me as I do you.
I've honched with the 2nd Battalion,
3rd Marines, in Kon Tum in '66.
I lost a lot of good men, so I know
what you and every vet feels now.
Maybe the government didn't care,
maybe certain segments of
the population didn't care,
but my committee cares.
So what his commitee needs is
exclusive proof that
Americans are being held.
Once done, rest sure we'll get 'em back.
Now, if there's any of our
men at this POW target camp,
you'll confirm their presence
by taking photographs.
Just photographs.
Under no circumstances are
you to engage the enemy.
I'm supposed to leave'em there?
I repeat: do not engage the enemy.
Phase 2, Delta Force assault
team led by Colonel Trautman
will handle the extraction.
Anyway, I'd just like to say that
I feel with your participation,
this mission has a
better than average chance
to succeed where others have failed.
I'll meet you both in the
operations center in one hour.
From Thailand, across Laos, into the
mountains of Vietnam, to the drop zone.
You'll be flying a ceiling of
250 feet when you bail out.
- Think you can handle it?
- I'll try.
Since you're going in solo,
you'll have to rely on more
equipment than you ever used before.
And use it!
What I'm sayin' is don't try
the blood-and-guts routine.
Let technology do most of the work.
John, I want you to
try to forget the war.
Remember the mission.
The old Vietnam's dead.
Sir, I'm alive, it's
still alive, ain't it?
You may find this hard to
believe, but all this is for you!
Besides modern computer
devices you can see here,
you'll be issued every
other modern piece
of equipment we have
to ensure your safety.
Rambo, you can feel totally
safe because we have the
most advanced weapons in
the world available to us.
I've always believed that
the mind's the best weapon.
Times change.
For some people.
Don't let me interrupt you, Colonel.
Upon insertion, call in
to base camp on Transat.
Then proceed to Point Hawk September
to rendezvous with the ground contact:
indigenous agent Co Bao.
Is he listening?
Indigenous agent Co Bao.
Are you sure he's still not
unbalanced from the war?
We can't afford to have him
involved in this mission,
he might crack under
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