All right boys, I'm going to make you famous. Get yourselves into a heroic pose.”
Recently, the premiere daily periodical of Washington, D.C., the Capitol Post, dispatched a journalist to the front lines for a piece on the brave soldiers and their fight against Communism. Appearing inside the confines of the Field Headquarters, the correspondent talks with troops and places them in a pose so heroic, he's certain that one day someone might carve a memorial from the photograph.
Someone did, in fact, make a statue of it. It stands at the Anchorage Memorial.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
- If spoken to, he will give a generic "Thanks for serving" or something of that nature.
- If he is killed or attacked all non-player characters who are not hostile (mostly US soldiers) will become hostile.
- "Excellent! The Capital Post thanks you! Who knows, maybe someone will turn this photo into a statue one day."
- "All right, you boys try not to die out there, okay? God bless you, and God bless the U.S. of A!"
- "All right boys, I'm going to make you famous. Get yourselves into a heroic pose."
The American war correspondent appears only in Operation: Anchorage .