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The 26
« on: October 08, 2015, 04:34:14 pm »
The 26 is an internationally known freelance organization that delves with security and risk management, as well as intelligence gathering services. The 26 has a worldwide client-base including governments, international agencies and the international corporate sector. The 26 consists of a diverse range of personnel, including ponies, griffins, and even diamond dogs (though this is rare) As the name suggests, The 26 is a small group of twenty six operatives all ranked as follows:

Field Agent (14 Operatives)- Frontline operatives that execute the contracted work. This can range from body guarding, search and rescue, intelligence gathering, covert military action, espionage, frontline combat, counter-terrorism, and hostage/kidnap situations. The life expectancy of these field agents is rumored to be around 3 years due to the high danger assignments and bounties set on these agents by hostile organizations.

Handler (7 Operatives) - The Handler is responsible for the physical and emotional welfare of the Field Agents under their command; at times they will accompany their operatives if the situation calls for it. A Handler is usually responsible for two agents, although some have managed one or three. Relaying contracts and orders from a Director to the Field Agent, Handlers ensure their operatives are well equipped and up to date on their training.

Director (5 Operatives) - Working the more white collar and logistic work of the organization, Directors set the contracts and establish connections with governments, businesses, and third party groups. Despite their rank, Directors are still agents and are still capable of performing field work if need be. Directors evaluate contracts to make sure no illegal activity will be committed by their agents; they also manage overall resources and handle bounties on any agents in the field, at times paying them off overall to keep their operatives alive in a hostile country.
"You'll always need agents like us. To do things that most cannot."

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