In Rainbow Six Lockdown, Team Rainbow is maliciously tormented by a sinister terrorist organization on a global mission to change First World nations’ mind-set through menacing actions and violent schemes. Here’s an inside look at the leaders who have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Lockdown ships March 2005 and is being developed for the PlayStationÃ‚Â®2 at Red Storm Entertainment, and for the Microsoft XboxÃ‚Â® at Ubisoft’s Montreal studio.
THE GLOBAL LIBERATION FRONT
The Global Liberation Front (GLF) is a worldwide terrorist organization split up into various cells. The GLF blames the developed nations for the problems of the Third World, and they want the developed nations to change their policies immediately. The GLF's stance is broad enough to attract members of terror organizations from all over the world, including the Revolutionary Freedom Army, the New World Movement, the Marxist Radical Front, and October Resistance. They demand all Third World debts forgiven, an end to all military occupation by First World nations, and a change in global financial practices.
Mergen is the leader of the Olivet cell of the Global Liberation Front. Before joining the GLF, Mergen was a member of the Marxist Radical Front, and is responsible for several bombings throughout the United Kingdom. He is the commander of a GLF training compound under a brandy distillery in France.
Lamontaigne is the leader of the Paris cell of the GLF. A former member of the October Resistance, he is wanted for several terror attacks in Germany during the nineties.
Krieger is the leader of the Calais cell of the GLF. He has been affiliated with several terror groups, including the United Fatherland Brigade.
Vanderwaal is the leader of the Gibraltar cell of the Global Liberation Front. He was responsible for the terror attack in Pretoria, South Africa.
An arms dealer from Paris, Rimbaud has worked with terror groups and militias all over the world. His newest client is the Global Liberation Front, and Rimbaud has furnished the GLF with heavy weaponry, including RPGs and assault rifles.
Yezhov is a former KGB officer. In the years since the dissolution of the KGB, Nick has been working for various crime syndicates in Asia. He and Ding Chavez (a former CIA operative) have a history together.
A gunrunner from Algeria, Ahmidan has worked with dozens of terror groups, including the Global Liberation Front. His base of operations is a small village in the Sahara, where he stores his weapons and equipment.