What would happen if you were the President of the United States and you just learned that terrorist had 10 nuclear warheads in your country? Well it all started early one morning off the coast of a small uninhabited island in the southern Caribbean. Captain Mikhail Petrovich Viktorov sat quietly in his stateroom, sipping vodka. His boat sat at idle in a shallow cove with his crew working hard just outside his door. He was waiting for his crew to finish preparation of the TK-17, a Soviet Typhoon Class Nuclear Submarine, lovingly known to the crew and most of the world as "Terminator".
Captain Viktorov would soon give the order to head out to sea and start the next phase of the plan, ah yes, the plan; they had the gold paid to them for firing a missile at London; they also had a lot of nuclear warheads to use in the execution of holding the United States of America hostage. In the next few days, they would be leaving this boat adrift off the coast of Florida and head on shore in the remaining life boats. Most of the crew had been dropped off in a secluded cove on the shore of Abaco Island, leaving only the most senior members of the crew to run the boat to the final departure point and head to a beach north of Fort Pierce, where they had arranged for several other members of the crew to meet them with several vans and three large sedans. Six crew members had been dropped off early the week before to secure vehicles and accommodations for the 20 remaining members left to bring the boat to its final resting place, about 500 yards off the coast of Florida.
Unknown to the Captain, some of the remaining members had other plans and they were about to execute their own bit of terror on the United States. And if the Captain did not agree with it then he would have to be eliminated.