How the hell is it moving, anyway?! Benedict "Kazuhira" Miller: The target this time is a Soviet soldier who was passing information about his activities to Langley. He's the kind of scum I'd like to keep off Mother Base, but he knows about the parasites.
We need to extract him to make sure neither the U. Benedict "Kazuhira" Miller: That's a target container. Looks like it's in a relatively open area. Benedict "Kazuhira" Miller: A target container. It's concealed by vegetation. Watch you don't miss it. Revolver "Shalashaska" Ocelot: We're working on analyzing the data, but there is no time to wait. It is paramount you retrieve the target before the enemy does. The target has to be hidden there.
Revolver "Shalashaska" Ocelot: That's a target gunship. The enemy has a clear view up there. If they spot you, you'll have a hard time losing them. I'd be careful about getting close. Revolver "Shalashaska" Ocelot: That's a target tank. Make sure your gear's up to scratch before you duel with it. Revolver "Shalashaska" Ocelot: A tank Just don't overstretch yourself.
Tanks aren't something you just take on alone. Revolver "Shalashaska" Ocelot: That's a target armored vehicle. Either tread carefully, or neutralize it first. Revolver "Shalashaska" Ocelot: A wheeled tank Those are faster than the more common tracked variety. Benedict "Kazuhira" Miller: This message is our only clue. Search the building and and find who sent it. It's up to us to erase it. Boss, the targets are quiet, and the English strain she's carrying.
Your objective is to extract her, but if worst comes to worst, she may have to be eliminated. Both her, and the parasites. Headings marked in italics indicate the contents of the file are absolutely necessary to listen to. It's part of British Overseas Territory that falls outside of Cypriot jurisdiction. Venom Snake: Why Dhekelia? Ocelot: The U. The last place Cipher would think to look for you is inside their own system. That's what kept you safe in a British military hospital for nine years.
The safest place from a whale is inside its own belly - you were a regular Geppetto. Snake: Well, it wasn't Pinocchio who led me out to safety.
So who was that guy? Ocelot: Cipher went as far as to attack British territory, burning their own ally. That's how bad they wanted you dead. Venom Snake: You said I was in a British military hospital. But the doctor had a Greek accent. Ocelot: They hire locally - easier to trust them. Dhekelia is also home to Greek Cypriots after all. Ocelot: Not yet - the Cyprus dispute is still a long way from resolved.
The country is just as split as it was in '74 - Turkish Cypriots in the north, Greek Cypriots in the south, and between them the Green Line the U. N established. Ocelot: It does. Part of the buffer zone between the two groups.
Another reason it was the perfect place to hide you - easy to spot any outsiders snooping around. Ocelot: Last year, the Turks declared that the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is an independent state, though it's only Turkey that recognizes it. In the past, the Greeks and Turks lived side by side in the same villages. Their reasons to fight? Those came from the outside. Greece, Turkey, Britain, America They all have their own stake in pitting the two sides against each other.
But once you spark something like this, it's impossible to control. Both sides build up grudges like debt, without the foresight to see that each act of revenge just fans the flames. And then it's too late for other nations to rush in with peace talks - the embers keep on smoldering. Each nation's arrogance only breeds anarchy.
The world is paralyzed by this hunger for revenge. Cyprus is no different. Ocelot: Not long after you were attacked. Once they finished sweeping it for mines after the Arab-Israeli conflict. Can you stand? We're going to transfer to a container ship for passage through the Suez. Our Destination is Pakistan. Afghanistan's neighbor to the south. There, we disembark and head via Peshawar to the Zero line - the border. We'll travel to the Khyber Pass by road.
Ocelot: We continue on horseback. Afghanistan's main roads are under Soviet control. We'll need to go around them. It'll be all narrow, winding paths through the mountains. We'll do better on horseback. It's a local guerrilla tactic. They use the high ridges to avoid air recons, then they charge down the mountains for ambushes. The Soviets still haven't devised a counter strategy.
Our time frame is only half as much as we really need. It's going to be a tough march. Ocelot: Well, it'll make for good physiotherapy. Take the time to get used to the new arm. Radio: While The Soviets have not indicated they are not participating in the Los Angeles Olympics primarily because "The United States has made no attempt to guarantee the safety of the Soviet Union's athletes," The United States is increasingly demonstrating the belief that the issue has nothing to do with its preparations, and in fact this is retaliation for the Western nations boycott of the previous Moscow Olympics.
That concludes today's news. Ocelot: The Soviet Union not attending the L. A Olympics? Andropov's death has changed some things. They're calling it revenge for the Western boycott of the Moscow Olympics. Ocelot: Yes, in protest to the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan.
Over 50 countries were absent. It's too bad I didn't get to see Yamashita 's judo. The U. According to him, the Soviet Union's "an evil empire.
Ocelot: And there's been no end to regional conflicts and civil wars. Lebanon, the Falklands, Grenada, Iran, Iraq The story never changes. Egypt and Israel did sign a peace treaty. But then the driving force on the Egyptian side, President Sadat, was assassinated afterward.
Apparently his actions were considered a betrayal of his fellow Arabs. Ocelot: Yes. Fundamentalist extremists have been responsible for some bold acts of terrorism in recent years.
We've had extremist students in Iran take U. S embassy workers hostage , and suicide bombings in Lebanon. Over foreign soldiers stationed there have been killed. But countries have yet to develop an effective means of dealing with terrorism. Afraid of losing their own men, they pulled their forces out, handing private forces a golden opportunity.
Ocelot: Small armies with no national affiliation, working for the highest bidder That's right, they got the idea from you. After Mother Base went down, they began spreading to meet the soaring demand. Miller's organization is just one of many PFs now. The entire world is after you. But at the same time, it needs you too.
Ocelot: Miller told me about what happened in the Caribbean nine years ago. You do remember Miller? You'd formed a private army with him. An army with no allegiance to a nation. Venom Snake: I remember, but Ocelot: I see You're not sure what's fact and what's a It's still all a mess, huh.
All I can do is tell you the facts as they were told to me. I've gone easy on you up until now, but this is where the hard stuff begins. You were in Columbia, operating with a small unit of men Miller was among them. Miller was trying to find a way to turn his and your "talents" into a line of work. He was looking to start a business where you would fight on behalf of others around the world - Those who needed military force. But the reality was, at that time you didn't even have enough gear to equip your own men.
Then, Miller came across this client. It was a huge job he was offering, but you had a shot at pulling it off. You accepted it and headed into Costa Rica.
The client even threw in an offshore facility in the Caribbean - the " Mother Base " that would be your new base of operations. Miller sure did have a head for business. As your mission went on, your unit grew and grew.
More weapons, more money And before you knew it, you were commanding men. As the organisation got bigger, your military power swelled to match. It got so that the international community couldn't afford to ignore you. You were just too damn successful for your own good.
Ocelot: You - your men - had worn out your welcome. Everyone was out for you. East, West, first world, third It was only a matter of time before someone took you down - and that was XOF. Officially, they're an anti-terror under the CIA. In reality, they're Cipher's private strike force. They lured you to Cuba using Chico , the Nicaraguan revolutionary kid, and Paz , a mole who worked for Cipher as bait.
At the same time, C4 they'd placed on the strut legs went off. The whole thing went down in minutes. All because of Miller's blind spot - a back door into Mother Base no one suspected. You remember a certain Huey was responsible for bringing the "inspection team" on board. Giving the enemy a perfect opportunity to hit you at home. You were returning from Cuba when it happened Mother came damn close to taking you with it into the Caribbean.
Those of your men out on assignment returned right away. They refused to believe the wreckage in the water they found was Mother Base. But they checked the coordinates - again and again - until reality finally settled in.
You were supposed to die that day - that was XOF's primary objective. As far as most folks know, you did. The first doctor to see you wasn't even sure what he was looking at Before they'd even finished operating, your men moved you to that hospital on Cyprus. It was a woman named EVA who arranged that Rings a bell, hmm?
Most men in your condition would have been written off right from the start. But you survived. You went straight down to hell Full of venom. The days of Naked Snake are long gone. Welcome back, Venom Snake. This world still needs you. Ocelot: Miller was calling it "the arm that wasn't there. Your arm's bulked up for it to fit.
A little time with it and it'll work better than the real thing. What do you think? Ocelot: The shrapnel on your skull is pressing on your optic nerve. I'm told any hard impact could have an effect on your visual cortex. Ocelot: Your brain might process visual information incorrectly - in other words, you could have hallucinations.
You might see things that aren't there, or not see things as they really are. You experienced any of that? Ocelot: Colors, huh That's not a major concern in and of itself, but it could mean the difference between life and death in the field. You'll need to watch out for that.
Ocelot: Alright, you should continue your physio. We'll be arriving soon. This is the last chance you'll get. What's that about? Revolver "Shalashaska" Ocelot: heh You know the term "sharashka"? It's slang for a suspicious, hastily-thrown-together organization. The word became associated with a type of forced labor facility in the Soviet Gulag system. Ocelot: heh Diamond Dogs is different.
Everyone here believes in you. Regardless of where they came from or why they're here, they revere you, and they're fighting because it was their choice. Ocelot: Who knows? That's our reality here, whether it's real or not. If there's another truth, I don't want to know it. All that matters is, that the concept that's taken shape in their heads. The traces of a group ideology, or superstructure, to put it in Marxist terms. Ocelot: Right.
So anyway, at some point the enemy started calling me "Sharashka. While I was keeping an eye on you in that hospital, I was also heading up interrogations here. The men I broke gave up their comrades and families, everything they wanted to protect the most.
No real cause for it. I just let myself get caught up in the old Russian pride. And suddenly I received the "honor" of becoming "special interrogation adviser to the forced labor camps. It helped cover my real objective of keeping you safe. Ocelot: Far enough to keep you alive. I ended up being pretty well-known among the Afghan guerrillas. Some of them would have seen me on the battlefield. And that's how I got the second half of the name.
Russian Dragoons and Cossacks carried them into battle. His bravery earned him the nickname "Russia's Greatest Shashka. Because somewhere along the line, shashka got stuck on the end of sharashka. The guerrillas were using the name amongst themselves, and by the time I got to hearing about it, the pronunciation had wound up as "Shalashaska.
Ocelot: But you see how rumors and ideas about people can get out of hand fast. Once you create a character and put it out there in the public mind, it warps and twists with every baseless rumor. And before you know it, all people see are phantoms.
In my case it works out just fine. I'm plenty used to working under aliases. Revolver "Shalashaska" Ocelot: That treaty was drawn up to limit not just the size of the U. Snake: Just when we thought all those years of negotiations had paid off, somebody decides to invade Afghanistan. The timing couldn't have been worse. Ocelot: You mean while you were busy trying to stop Peace Walker? I heard. President Ford was meeting with the General Secretary in Vladivostok. In his absence, the political brass in America detected what they didn't realize was false nuclear launch data from Peace Walker, and were on the verge of ordering a retaliatory nuclear strike.
Snake: Coldman's big idea - "Humans are incapable of destroying themselves? Ocelot: If that A. Deterrence was revealed as the pipe dream it was.
All thanks to you, and her. What happened in Nicaragua no doubt helped trigger a change of heart. But in the end The times define the politics.
When you've grabbed their tail, they turn and bite your hand. Ocelot: I first met you twenty years ago now. The place was Tselinoyarsk, in the Soviet Union. We were enemies. I was with GRU, you were still fighting for America. Its objective, the assassination of the legendary soldier known as "The Boss. You knew the original members from Operation Snake Eater. Donald Anderson, a. Clark, who went by Para-Medic during the operation. And the fourth - you. From China, there was EVA. And me, Ocelot, from the Soviet Union.
Six in total. To us, government notions of friend and foe were meaningless. As were East and West - we joined forces by our will alone. Our objective was to fulfill The Boss's dying wish. To make the world one. This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video?
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