Farewell Letter. ' Dear mother, please know that without fear, pain, or regret I have traveled proudly to my new home.

By the time this letter reaches you, tales of my heroic sacrifice will already have rippled through our homeland and thundered around the world. Make the tears you shed be for pride, not sorrow. My sacrifice against Western conspirators of the Suez canal is what I feel I was born to die for.

Please tell my brothers, sisters and father I hope they are as proud of me as I was proud to share their name. Until we meet again, know that I am now at peace.

- - Your son, Ehad Atwar'

Insulated armour suit. I've seen this kind of suit before. The ID tag reads ' AIT AS - 4. ' One of Singularity's designs. Singularity was the brains behind stealing Project Dark Mirror. He stole classified projects from around the world and sold them to the highest bidder. This special hazmat suit technology was stolen from Aeroscience Integrated Technologies when Red Section took over their facility in Helsinki. This suit's been modified to act as an anti - static safety suit used for handling electronic components. The fabric is made out of tightly woven carbon fibers that mesh an armour - like shell. A power supply built into the back of the suit doesn't make much sense for something designed to discharge static electricity, but Teresa or Mujari should be able to reverse engineer it. - - Gabe Logan

NIOC courier. The executed agent had been a courier working for the National Intelligence Oversight Committee. NIOC was created via Presidential Order to provide a layer of accountancy for the countless 'black box' agencies such as mine. Cordell may be smarmy, but he's got connections with the right people inside the intelligence world. He's not my boss, but he's got enough influence to always be in the way. - - Gabe Logan

NIOC computer. This computer interfaced directly with the vault inside cargo hold five. I'd never seen anything like it; an encryped hard drive, custom operating system, and with no external ports or network connection. All signs that this was designed to be the most isolated, and therefore, most secure computer in the world. Building a proprietary computery is prohibitively expensive and impractical - - it's got Cordell's stink all over it. The vault itself was quite small, but appeared capable of transporting an array of volatile and dangerous cargo types, including chemical, biological, even radioactive weapons. What the hell was Cordell transporting?

Code: J88 965 447A - - Gabe Logan