Leading your military quest are officers of the special forces of the Canadian JTF2 (Joint Task Force Two), recognized experts in cold climate combat and highland terrain by the world's special forces community. Over the division’s 20-year history, its specialists have gained invaluable experience working with other special forces including the British SAS, American DEVGRU and NAVY SEALS in different parts of the world.
In this fully interactive scenario, you choose how to execute each phase of the mission, the level of difficulty and territory covered. During the operation, problems may arise, and it’s up to you how your team will solve it.
Serving as the centerpiece of Canada's special operations, JTF2 is primarily tasked with counter-terrorism operations but also specializes in direct action, hostage rescue, personnel recovery, and foreign internal defense. Much of the information regarding Joint Task Force 2 is classified and is not commented on by the Government of Canada.
The Government of Canada authorizes the overall missions and tasks undertaken by JTF2 at all times. Just like other Canadian Armed Forces units, JTF 2 must be prepared to deploy worldwide. However, as a Special Operations Forces unit, they have specialized tasks in comparison to conventional military units.
- 4x4 service "Arctic Truck", motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, tanks
- Helicopters, fighter planes
- Motorboats, hovercrafts
- Skis, sleds
- Diving, mountaineering, parachuting equipment
- Firearms, airsoft guns
- Drones with thermal imaging, night vision devices
Denali National Park Region and the Arctic Reserve is one of the most severe and pristine areas of the world. In the course of our secret military operation, you may partially ascend the highest peak in North America - Mt. McKinley (6190m), obtain survival experience from the indigenous peoples Inupiaq, traverse high pass routes into vast forest valleys, cross icy rivers and crystal-clear mountain lakes, take a dip in the hot springs, sleep under northern lights, conduct anamphibious landing on the huge glacier fjord Kenaya, “the kingdom of blue ice,” decorating the cold waters of the Gulf of the North Pacific, and much more.