Captain Marcus Chaplin is commander of the USS Colorado, a ballistic missile submarine. He has a good crew and all are quite good at their jobs. They receive an order to launch two missiles - the target is Pakistan - but they've received the order over a low security radio band and when he requests confirmation, Chaplin is relieved of command. His XO Sam Kendal also requests confirmation and soon after, the Colorado is fired upon - by a U.S. destroyer. Chaplin realizes they are in very deep and heads to a nearby island for safety. The locals aren't too keen with the navy's arrival and Chaplin has to send a message to Washington - one they will clearly understand to mean they and the Colorado are to be left alone. Written by
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The submarine is named the Colorado, but originally it was going to be the Nevada. See more
Based on submarine's position reported by Lieutenant Grace Shepard, i.e., 1,012 klicks south of Sri Lanka and crossing Equator, a nuclear missile fired from anywhere nearby that position would not even reach the mainland United States as reported by the officer (crossing over Indiana). See more
Wild guess. Up until an hour ago, you ran things here. Drugs, guns, girls. Whatever it is, it's no match for the boomer floating in your harbor. You're done, friend.
Ahh. I understand there might be some cultural differences here, so I'll translate. When someone where I'm from calls you friend, they don't consider you one.
This is my island. If I allow your presence, it comes with certain terms and conditions. Is that clear, friend?
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