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Originally posted by WhiteOneActual
Depending on how deep or how high up he was in his military SpecOp carreer, they might call him back at anytime, especially if a project that he worked on at one point suddenly became relavant again.
Perhaps he worked some projects in the Cold War that are getting pulled out of the back of the filing cabinet due to current events. Thats what sprang to mind for me.
On the other hand, maybe he was just let in on a lucrative contract. Those government contractors make damn fine money if you can tolerate the work. If I was working on the other side of the house, I would be making roughly three times my yearly salary for doing a similar job- only I would spend 6 months in Iraq instead of 12-15. Not an unattractive concept if you don't mind the location. Three times the money in half the time. If he was part of some good-old-boys network in the contractor business, maybe he got in on some money that was too good to pass up. Some contractors work in secret just like the mil side as well. Not unlikely he might have to "disappear" for a little bit.
If he was a sniper, he might have been a really good one and they need him for a job (from the movie sniper).
Originally posted by Danman
When you are in spec ops you make alot of enemy's around the world and they do know who you are.... he might have gotten some threatening news that some thing was going to happen to him so he ducked and covered.. or since he is a contractor he is down in Louisiana helping control the chaos with the hurricane with Blackwater.