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== Day 6 ==
 
== Day 6 ==
''See also: [[Traitorous National Guard sergeant]]''
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''Also see: [[Unnamed terrorists#Traitorous National Guard sergeant|Sergeant]]''
 
=== Escort guard ===
 
=== Escort guard ===
   
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On the orders of [[President]] [[Wayne Palmer]], the [[United States Army|Army]] [[National Guard]] loaded a large number of terrorist detainees onto a plane. The President canceled the flight however, as [[CTU Los Angeles]] had determined one of the prisoners, [[Hasan Numair]], would be a valuable terrorist asset. A Guardsman received a picture of Numair, and he boarded the plane to find him, but was unsuccessful.
 
On the orders of [[President]] [[Wayne Palmer]], the [[United States Army|Army]] [[National Guard]] loaded a large number of terrorist detainees onto a plane. The President canceled the flight however, as [[CTU Los Angeles]] had determined one of the prisoners, [[Hasan Numair]], would be a valuable terrorist asset. A Guardsman received a picture of Numair, and he boarded the plane to find him, but was unsuccessful.
   
Then, shortly after 9am, the Guardsman reported to [[Bill Buchanan]] from CTU that Numair had escaped with inside help sometime after the buses got onto the highway. When asked if any personnel was missing, the Guardsman said that [[Traitorous National Guard sergeant|a sergeant]] was unaccounted for. This sergeant had indeed permitted Numair to escape, and the Guardsman's report infuriated Buchanan.
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Then, shortly after 9am, the Guardsman reported to [[Bill Buchanan]] from CTU that Numair had escaped with inside help sometime after the buses got onto the highway. When asked if any personnel was missing, the Guardsman said that [[Unnamed military personnel#Traitorous National Guard sergeant |a sergeant]] was unaccounted for. This sergeant had indeed permitted Numair to escape, and the Guardsman's report infuriated Buchanan.
   
 
: ''The guardsman was played by [[David Michael]] in "[[Day 6: 8:00am-9:00am|8:00am-9:00am]]" and "[[Day 6: 9:00am-10:00am|9:00am-10:00am]]."''
 
: ''The guardsman was played by [[David Michael]] in "[[Day 6: 8:00am-9:00am|8:00am-9:00am]]" and "[[Day 6: 9:00am-10:00am|9:00am-10:00am]]."''
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[[File:RedemptRebelCommander.jpg|150px|thumb|Coordinating rebel mortar teams and observers for [[Iké Dubaku|Colonel Dubaku]]]]
 
[[File:RedemptRebelCommander.jpg|150px|thumb|Coordinating rebel mortar teams and observers for [[Iké Dubaku|Colonel Dubaku]]]]
   
[[Iké Dubaku|Colonel Dubaku]] of the rebel militia in [[Sangala]] coordinated with one of his commanders regarding the movements of sixteen mortar teams and twenty forward observers. The colonel ordered him to prepare the radio encryption codes and be ready if the government tried to jam their communications. They were interrupted by [[#Rebel soldier at camp|another rebel]], who heralded the entry of their leader, General [[Benjamin Juma]].
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[[Iké Dubaku|Colonel Dubaku]] of the rebel militia in [[Sangala]] coordinated with one of his commanders regarding the movements of sixteen mortar teams and twenty forward observers. The colonel ordered him to prepare the radio encryption codes and be ready if the government tried to jam their communications. They were interrupted by [[Unnamed military personnel#Rebel soldier at camp|another rebel]], who heralded the entry of their leader, General [[Benjamin Juma]].
   
 
: ''The rebel commander was played by [[Tshamano Sebe]].''
 
: ''The rebel commander was played by [[Tshamano Sebe]].''
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