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“Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse” Review: Michael B. Jordan Gets in Action Movie-Franchise Mode
Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse , which opens on Amazon Prime on April 30, 2021, is the latest offering in the everchanging calendar of movie postponements and late releases caused by COVID-19 .
The action-thriller — starring Michael B. Jordan ( Creed ) in this origin story about author Tom Clancy’s character John Clark — was initially intended for an October 2020 release in theaters, but it was postponed by studio Paramount Pictures and finally sold to Amazon Prime for a streaming debut . The streamer also has the TV show Jack Ryan , starring John Krasinski and Wendell Pierce, which is based in the same universe. Plus, similarly action-packed titles The Old Guard , Extraction and Triple Frontier have proved solid performers for rival Netflix.
Without Remorse — directed by Italian filmmaker Stefano Sollima ( Sicario: Day of the Soldado ) and with a script by Taylor Sheridan ( Hell or High Water ) and Will Staples ( The Right Stuff ) — lacks the artistry and idiosyncrasy of other recent Amazon movies like the two-time Oscar-winner Sound of Metal or the Oscar-nominated One Night in Miami , but I’m willing to bet it’ll be watched by many more people.
A Wink to the Action Flicks of the ’80s and ’90s
Jordan plays John Kelly-turned-Clark, an elite Navy SEAL whose pregnant wife gets killed by a squad of Russian soldiers. That prompts him down a path of revenge to try to uncover who was behind the attack and why. Jodie Turner-Smith ( Queen & Slim ) plays John’s commanding officer, Karen Greer. Jamie Bell ( Billy Elliot ) is the ambiguous CIA agent Robert Ritter. Guy Pearce, Colman Domingo and Brett Gelman round out the cast of this international thriller in which the Russians are the bad guys once again and the hero will go to any length — and show no remorse — to avenge his family.
Without Remorse is going to give you some classic-action-flicks-from-the-‘80s-and-‘90s vibes. In Jordan’s performance and through his character’s arc, you’ll see hints of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Commando , Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo and even Bruce Willis’ Die Hard and Mel Gibson’s Lethal Weapon . Without Remorse works just as an action movie that never stops. Sollima dispenses with the artifices, opting for a story told in chronological order and shot in the least interfering way possible. Here, you won’t find 12-minute one-shot hand-to-hand combat sequences that pull you away from the fight and make you wonder how long the director can maintain the illusion of a single shot.
Sollima adds his share of precisely choreographed and shot-at-close-range hand-to-hand fights in this movie — the kind of sequences that have characterized the genre these last few years and that we owe to titles like the John Wick franchise. But he films them in the most pragmatic style: using cuts when they’re needed so that the viewer can follow the action and without making you feel the director’s presence hovering over the actors. Look out for a long, choreographed melee between Kelly and a group of Russian officers inside of a crumbling building. It reminded me of a certain stairwell fight sequence in Charlize Theron’s Atomic Blonde, albeit with less personality.
The movie distinguishes itself from ‘80s and ‘90s productions not only in the sophistication of its fighting stunts but also in the many underwater sequences it boasts. Let me just say there’s a scene of an airplane landing on something other than solid land. In preparation for his many water stunts in the movie, Jordan learned to hold his breath for right under three minutes . And that shows on the screen.
What Without Remorse achieves in terms of an engaging plot that never really stops, the movie lacks in uniqueness. The script is completely action-driven and keeps delivering at every turn. It continuously puts Kelly in situations where he needs to resort to his skills and resourcefulness — and take his shirt off. But even with Jordan and the charismatic Turner-Smith doing their most in delivering sympathetic performances, there’s really not much time left for the actors to show us who their characters are in between action-packed scenes.
The Bigger Message
There are other ways in which Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse proves that it’s not just an action flick made 20 years ago. Willem Dafoe and Liev Schreiber have played Clark before, just like there have been several iterations of Jack Ryan. But Jordan is the first Black actor to play the character . Through its protagonist, the movie attempts to comment on race in America.
“We served a country that didn’t love us back because we believed in what it could be,” Kelly tells Karen, who’s also Black, when talking about the choice they made to serve as Navy SEALs. But there’s not enough time in the movie to achieve a nuanced portrayal of this aspect.
Without Remorse gets a bit off-course in the depiction of the political conspiracy at the center of its plot. “A big country needs big enemies. The best enemy we ever had was the Soviet Union. Our fear of them unified our people, gave us purpose,” one of the shady characters in the film tells the protagonist while trying to tie in too many things at once.
I wasn’t that bothered by those flaws or the lack of subtlety. I found the biggest fault with Without Remorse was actually its absence of humor. Action is a genre best consumed with a side of jokes.
If you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber and an action-genre enthusiast, you’ll probably find Without Remorse the perfect way to spend an evening. As tends to be customary with recent action fare, you need to stick with it to the very end of the movie for the mid-credits sequence. It doesn’t necessarily contribute any big reveal but paves the way for a new franchise with Jordan at the wheel.
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How to Spot If Your Food Is Coming From a Ghost Kitchen
Here's how to spot ghost kitchens on apps like doordash or seamless (and why you should)..
It’s never been easier to scroll through third-party delivery apps like Uber Eats and order takeout from a wide range of offerings in your area—a suspiciously wide range of offerings in your area. Perhaps an impossibly wide range of restaurants in your area. That’s because one of the biggest scams in the modern food delivery game is that your meal not even be coming from a real restaurant, but from an online-only storefront that might be one of many fronting for the same kitchen.
As noted by Mashable , t his week Uber Eats announced plans to remove about 5,000 of these virtual restaurants—known as ghost kitchens—from its delivery service.
To get a more personal perspective on these fronts, I called up David Dietz, owner of BBC Tavern and Grill in Greenville, Del. (Full disclosure: Dave Dietz is my dad, and I grew up working in the restaurant . Fuller disclosure: I thought I knew what his opinions would be on ghost kitchens, but I was totally wrong.)
Here’s what to know about why delivery apps are cracking down on these ghost kitchens, and how you can avoid ordering from them yourself.
What are ghost kitchens?
Ghost kitchens are physical spaces where takeout orders are made, but with no brick-and-mortar dining room for customers to eat in, or even a storefront which they can visit and order from. Food from the seemingly real online store—with its own name and logo—might actually be prepared in the kitchen of a restaurant that typically serves another type of food entirely. So while the digital branding might be selling you a sandwich from a hip-seeming BBQ joint, your meal might have actually been prepared by the local chain franchise that typically sells nothing of the sort. Compared to in-person dining, ghost kitchens see significant savings on start-up costs, rental space, and staffing. This makes them “invisible” compared to traditional restaurants. So are they spooky because of haunted spirits? Sadly, no. Are they spooky because of the threat they pose to the future of your restaurant experience? Definitely.
Although ghost kitchens existed pre-pandemic, COVID accelerated their rise. According to a report in the Wall Street J ournal , Uber Eats is now home to more than 40,000 ghost kitchens , up from just 10,000 in 2021. Last year Hospitality Technology predicted that the ghost kitchen industry will be worth $71.4 billion by 2027. In short: Ghost kitchens aren’t going anywhere soon. So, what does the growth of ghost kitchens mean for you?
Why ghost kitchens matter for you
Some argue that ghost kitchens are unethical and mislead customers. Others predict ghost kitchens threaten the sustainability of traditional food service business models. Here’s a breakdown of how ghost kitchens might affect your takeout experience.
As a consumer, a primary concern about ghost kitchens is probably the quality of food . From a taste standpoint, there’s nothing to suggest that these outsourced kitchens take a sudden dip in quality—especially if you’re ordering from a smaller brand that is using the ghost kitchen model to expand their existing operations.
When it comes to health and safety , ghost kitchens must abide by restaurant regulations . However, one red flag is that customers can’t access health inspection letter grades for ghost kitchens like they can at traditional restaurants.
Outside of your culinary concerns, your concerns are economical (like trying to save money on takeout and delivery ) and ethical (like, cough-cough, third-party services that keep their employees’ tips , cough-cough).
Ghost kitchens aren’t replacing in-person dining
Some think pieces compare the threat of ghost kitchens to restaurants as that of Amazon delivery to in-person retail shopping. Dietz, however, sees it differently: “People are always going to want to sit down and eat at a restaurant.”
In other words, sure, the Amazon-killing-retail analogy might describe services like Instacart and grocery shopping. Going out to eat, however, is a fundamentally different experience compared to running errands, or needing to stay in and order Chinese food. Then again, as a formerly avid movie-goer, I understand the concern.
Still, Dietz says that ghost kitchens are a way for smaller restaurants to compete in the marketplace, allowing them to expand operations and streamline deliveries during a time when everyone is ordering in. Likewise, The New York Times points out that ghost kitchens can be “a lifeline for the independent restaurateur.” At the same time, given the exploding marketplace, the fact of the matter is that ghost-franchise brands ( MrBeast Burger comes to mind ) are able to pay third-party apps to prioritize their offerings, while independent restaurants (like my family’s) get pushed further and further down.
How to spot a ghost kitchen
Whatever your concerns are when ordering takeout, maybe you simply want to know exactly where your food is coming from. Here are out tips to spot a ghost kitchen:
- Look up the restaurant name. It sounds simple, but put on your detective hat and see whether the restaurant has a physical location, pictures, reviews, or even seems to exist. Just like with people on dating apps, a lack of online results could mean it’s a ghost.
- Expand the full description of the restaurant in the delivery app; the ghost kitchen brand might include fine print about their parent company (e.g. Applebee’s as Neighborhood Wings).
- Cross-check the address of the restaurant you are considering and the brand’s headquarters. If they list the same address, it’s a ghost kitchen.
- Look at the addresses of several offerings in your area. If you start to notice that there are impossible amount of restaurants all located on top of each other, it’s a ghost kitchen operation.
Given all this information about ghost kitchens, I’m going to keep doing what I think has been the best guidance for years now: Try to order from restaurants directly whenever possible to support them instead of the big-name apps.
This article was originally published in May 2022 and updated on March 28, 2023 to offer new context about Uber Eats removing ghost kitchens from its listings.
A series of tactical shooter games inspired by author Tom Clancy, these games follow the exploits of Captain Scott Mitchell and Ghost Squad in modern or near future scenarios of global conflict.
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint
The next entry in the Ghost Recon franchise takes the players to the fictional Auroa archipelago, where a rogue Ghost has formed his own private army.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands
Take on South American drug cartels in this open world entry in the Ghost Recon franchise.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms
A free-to-download shooter on PC from Ubisoft which relies on a microtransaction-based pay system. A Wii U version was formally announced at E3 2011 but never materialized.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Anthology
Two Ghost Recon titles on one disc for PlayStation 3.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
Future Soldier is the first in Ubisoft's long-running Ghost Recon series of tactical shooters to take place in the near-future.
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars is a turn based strategy game with strong role-playing elements. It is one of the western-developed launch titles for the Nintendo 3DS.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon
Two soldiers fight their way through the streets of a futuristic Northern Europe in this on rails, third person shooter for the Wii.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Predator
Ghost Recon's first PSP-exclusive game.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2 puts the player back into the action as a member of the Ghost squad as they try to stop prevent the Mexican Civil war from spilling over into the USA
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter
The Ghost Recon team must enter Mexico City and prevent a coup d'état led by rebel Mexican forces.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike
The Ghosts are sent into Kazakhstan to capture Rahil. While in process of destroying any resistance. Part three of the Ghost Recon 2 "trilogy".
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2 - 2007: First Contact
Sequel to Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon; part one of the Ghost Recon 2 "trilogy".
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2 - 2011: Final Assault
Part two of the Ghost Recon 2 trilogy. Takes place four years after the Gamecube/PS2 Ghost Recon 2.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Island Thunder
Deep in the heart of Cuba, The Ghosts battle a new enemy.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Desert Siege
The Ghost are sent back into action to spearhead a land invasion of Eritrea.
They are the tip of the spear. They strike... swiftly, silently, and invisibly. They call themselves... "The Ghosts."
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Commander
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Frontline
A free to play PVP shooter from Ubisoft Bucharest that was originally planned for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. It was canceled in July 2022, less than a year after being announced.
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While a skull is used today, a crosshair or target was the main symbol attributed with Ghost Recon for it's earlier instalments.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon is a media franchise that began as a series of military tactical shooter video games created by Red Storm Entertainment , the game development studio founded by American author Tom Clancy . It then expanded into other media, including a novel series and a short film.
In the video games, the player is in charge of a squad of United States Army Special Forces operators from Company D, 1st Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group (5th SFG) stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Except for the "1st Battalion, 5th SFG" designation, this unit is entirely fictional. In Ghost Recon: Future Soldier it is revealed that the Ghosts have a second designation - the Group for Specialized Tactics (or GST, from which the term "Ghost" is derived) and are a Special Mission Unit under Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC).
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint The History of Ghost Recon Ubisoft NA
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- 1.1 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon
- 1.2 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Desert Siege
- 1.3 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Island Thunder
- 1.4 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm
- 1.5.1 PlayStation/GameCube
- 1.6 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike
- 1.7 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter
- 1.8 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2
- 1.9 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Predator
- 1.10 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars
- 1.11 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wii
- 1.12 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
- 1.13 Ghost Recon Commander
- 1.14 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms
- 1.15 Ghost Recon Wildlands
- 1.16 Ghost Recon Breakpoint
- 2.1.1 Ghost Recon: ALPHA
- 2.1.2 War Within the Cartel
- 2.1.3 Ghost Recon film
- 2.2.1 "The End Begins: Ghost Recon"
- 2.3.1 Ghost Recon Phantoms Webcomic
- 2.3.2 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Blind Prophets
- 2.4.1 Future War
- 2.5.1 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon
- 2.5.2 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Combat Ops
- 2.5.3 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Choke Point
- 2.5.4 Ghost Recon Wildlands: Dark Waters
- 2.6 Tom Clancy's EndWar novels
- 3.1 Tom Clancy's EndWar
- 3.2 Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon [ ]
In 2008, Russian ultranationalists have seized power in Moscow, seeking to restore the Soviet Union. The Ghosts are deployed to Georgia in the wake of Russian conquests of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine in the years prior. As the separatists are driven back by Georgian forces with the Ghosts' backing, a Russian intervention and escalation is inevitable.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Desert Siege [ ]
In the year 2009, old hostilities between Eritrea and Ethiopia have resurfaced. Colonel Tesfaye Wolde of the Ethiopian military had participated in illegal arms trades with the same Russian ultra-nationalists who launched the coup the previous year (see above). Sparing no time at all, and with a newly refurbished arsenal, Col. Wolde seized the opportunity to reclaim Eritrea (which won independence in 1993). The situation garnered international interest when the conflict threatened the shipping lanes in the Red Sea. In response to a plea from the Eritrean government for international support, the Ghosts have been mobilized to stop Col. Wolde from advancing any further.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Island Thunder [ ]
In 2010 Cuba is free, or at least it is supposed to be. Since Fidel Castro's death in 2006, the island of Cuba is wary of the communist rule it had been under for nearly 50 years. It is time for the first free and open elections since Carlos Prio Socarras , who was overthrown by Fulgencio Batista in the early 1950s. The FDG (El Frente Democratico del Pueblo or People's Democratic Front) has fronted a man named Priego as their candidate. The FDG are an outspoken anti-American political faction that wishes to return Cuba to its perpetual state of independence. Although the FDG publicly denies utilizing violence as a means of coercion, the reality is quite the contrary, as the Ghosts quickly discover. Now it is up to them to set things right again, without making it appear that America is getting their hands too dirty, and ensuring the elections proceed smoothly.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm [ ]
Taking place just after Island Thunder in Bogotá, Colombia, the drug cartel that had aided and financed the FDG in their efforts in Cuba has initiated a number of terrorist attacks against the Colombian government who have allied themselves with America. After Colombia's call for help following an attack on a U.S. Embassy, America responds by deploying the Ghosts to restore order and put the cartel out of business.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2 [ ]
There are two versions of Ghost Recon 2 , for the Xbox, and the PlayStation 2/Gamecube.
PlayStation/GameCube [ ]
In a very subtle story line, which takes place in 2007, parallel the events in another of Tom Clancy's stories—that of Splinter Cell Chaos Theory . The main character, Sam Fisher , is in Korea at a missile battery. Ghost Recon 2 and Chaos Theory even use exactly the same movie cutscene sequence to depict an attack on the United States' state-of-the-art ship the USS Clarence E. Walsh stationed in the area to monitor recent aggression's between Korea and China against Japan. The storyline in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory is rather ambiguous in regard to who actually fired on the Walsh but the Ghosts are in fact implicated in something of a support mission to Sam Fisher (as they are told over comms - yet Sam is never named to them). The Ghosts are deployed by President David Bowers to stop the rogue Major General Paik . Two months later, Paik seizes a nuclear weapon and the Ghosts blow it up, resulting in the death of Paik.
The year is 2011, in the wake of one of North Korea's worst famines, an insidious North Korean General— Jung Chong-Sun , influences the government to secretly divert humanitarian aid to beef up its army, slowly gaining power in the process. Fearful that North Korea is amassing huge quantities of military weapons, the new Chinese regime eliminates arms sales to North Korea. In response, the North Korean government initiates secret overtures to Russia, who strikes a quiet alliance. In the midst of another North Korean famine, food riots begin rocking the countryside and the rogue North Korean general assumes complete control of the army. Blaming China for the famine, he begins charging north to seize Chinese territory with tacit support from its new Russian ally. China moves to respond, but limits the level of escalation, fearing open conflict with Russia and a possible nuclear exchange. Instead, China officially agrees to a multinational force to safeguard the China-North Korean border. Unofficially, the Ghosts and other special forces go in. Their mission: cripple the North Korean threat and depose the rogue general.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike [ ]
In 2012 the country of Kazakhstan has fallen into chaos. The Kazakh president and Security Council were assassinated in an explosion set by a notorious Pakistani warlord and arms dealer named Asad Rahil . With the President dead, the Kazakh military fractured into factions vying for political control of the country. Rahil quickly moved in and consolidated power using his corrupt Kazakh military contacts. A large group of soldiers loyal to the country of Kazakhstan has been working closely with U.N. ground forces to stabilize the region. The Ghosts have been sent in to capture Rahil and neutralize his military presence. They are working closely with a contact in the Kazakh military named Grigoriy Kozlov . Together, the Ghosts and Kozlov shadow the U.N. ground force’s assaults against Rahil’s troops and track him from the southern mountain ranges to the wastes of the arid badlands.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter [ ]
Panamanian rebels have stolen a U.S. black-ops spy plane and are going to trade it to Mexican rebels about to spearhead a coup d'tat. The guerrilla leaders are General Ontiveros and his son, Carlos Ontiveros . At first it is just a routine operation for the Ghosts to retrieve the stolen Guardrail IX but then the guerrillas do acts such as capturing the American president ( James Ballantine ), the Mexican president , and assassinated the Canadian Prime Minister who all went to Mexico sign NAJSA , a treaty to share border responsibilities to curtail drug trafficking, illegal immigrants, and to stop terrorists throughout the hemisphere. Soon, Ontiveros captures U.S. ICBM codes and tensions rise with the Chinese and Russians who have "sketchy intel". In the final two missions you capture General Ontiveros and kill Carlos Ontiveros.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2 [ ]
It is 2014, just 24 hours after the events of GRAW. Rebels have taken control of the Panama Canal and are still fighting in Mexico. Scott Mitchell is sent in to Ciudad Juárez for most of the game to keep Mexican rebels from getting WMD's from a stolen Pakistani cargo ship in the Panama Canal. Scott and the "Ghosts" are covertly sent in until Ballantine and Mexico's president Ruiz-Pena sign NAJSA, when the war becomes official.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Predator [ ]
After Indian-registered American mining ships are attacked and dozens killed off the coast of Sri Lanka, The Ghosts are deployed to Sri Lanka, where they find the enemy may not be who it seems. The Ghosts were inserted 72-hours ahead of the fleet to prepare for the invasion.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars [ ]
As the commander of the Ghosts, your mission is to stop the Russian ultranationalist Yuri Treskayev from coming to power. From the hot deserts of Kazakhstan to the towns and villages of Ukraine and the frozen lands of Siberia, you must discover and disable the secret Soviet-era “Dead Hand” bases which Treskayev is using to build an army of drones to seize power. You will have access to full resources to build, train, and equip your team, using increasingly high-tech weapons and armor.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wii [ ]
After being inserted in Moscow and separated from the rest of their team, Ghost soldiers Hibbard and Booth must operate as a two-man team, relying on the intel of the local militia to fight their way to their target in a city infested with enemies. With the numbers clearly not in their favor, they will have to use their advanced weaponry and training to make sure the odds are.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier [ ]
The story follows a Ghost team consisting of John Kozak , 30K , Pepper , and Ghost Lead as they fight an Ultranationalist group called Raven's Rock and their special forces known as the " Bodark ".
Ghost Recon Commander [ ]
The Ghosts insert into Nicaragua in order to aid and abet a rebellion against President Raphael Rivera and stop him before he deploys a WMD .
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms [ ]
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms is a free-to-play multiplayer shooter. It was originally know as Ghost Recon Online and features a conflict between the Ghosts and a group of ex-soldiers known as the Phantoms .
Ghost Recon Wildlands [ ]
The Ghosts are sent to topple one of Bolivia's biggest, most vicious drug cartels in a brewing conflict.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint [ ]
Nomad 's Ghost Team is ambushed upon arrival at Auroa , leading the operator to take on Sentinel 's occupation with limited resources.
Other media [ ]
Ghost recon: alpha [ ].
A Ghost Lead and his team are sent to Russia to shut down a rogue operation.
War Within the Cartel [ ]
Undercover DEA Agent Ricky Sandoval tries to disrupt the Santa Blanca drug cartel , but his cover is blown, forcing him to flee.
Ghost Recon film [ ]
A Ghost Recon film has been proposed by the CEO of Ubisoft Motion Pictures .
Short stories [ ]
"the end begins: ghost recon" [ ].
In the story, Colonel Harris briefs General Keyes and other officers about the Ghosts led by Scott Mitchell .
Ghost Recon Phantoms Webcomic [ ]
This is a short web-based lead-in to Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms .
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Blind Prophets [ ]
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Blind Prophets is a five-part series starring Nomad and Walker , with Mitchell included. It was later canceled before the first issue was released.
Miscellaneous [ ]
Future war [ ].
The Future War trailer showcases Operation "Take Down Overlord" and the technology to be featured in the unreleased 2010 version of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier .
Aside from the games, four novels have been released, in addition to EndWar novels which feature the Ghosts.
The Ghosts fight a rogue General.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Combat Ops [ ]
Captain Mitchell must fight both the Taliban and US military politics in Afghanistan.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Choke Point [ ]
Following the Raven's Rock coup, new Ghost Lead Andrew Ross leads his team to rescue a captive CIA officer in Columbia, where they soon find the trail of a new enemy.
Ghost Recon Wildlands: Dark Waters [ ]
The Ghosts must rescue hostages from rogue Venezuelan troops.
Tom Clancy's EndWar novels [ ]
Captain Alexander Brent leads a Ghost Team during World War III to hunt the Snow Maiden operative. In the book's immediate sequel, Tom Clancy's EndWar: The Missing , Scott Mitchell is seen in command of several JSF combat operations.
Other Tom Clancy works [ ]
Tom clancy's endwar [ ].
In an alternate future where World War III has occurred, Mitchell is the leader of the Joint Strike Force and several Ghosts lead battalions under his command.
Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. [ ]
The Ghosts appear in Tom Clancy's HAWX . In Tom Clancy's HAWX 2 , a Ghost Lead fields a team in support of the H.A.W.X. Squadron. In an 8-bit minigame for HAWX 2 , the squadron protects a Ghost Recon team from heavy enemy weapons.
- Watchgate and Raven's Rock are mentioned in the novel Splinter Cell: Firewall as participating in Teague's auction.
- Nomad's Ghost Team also appears in the novel Splinter Cell: Dragonfire during an operation to Burkina Faso with Sam Fisher to rescue NGO hostages.
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- 3 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Developed by Ubisoft Paris and published by Ubisoft on 04 Oct 19
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands
Developed by Ubisoft Paris and published by Ubisoft on 07 Mar 17
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
Developed by Ubisoft Paris and published by Ubisoft on 25 May 12
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2
Developed by Ubisoft Paris and published by Ubisoft on 09 Apr 07
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter
Developed by Ubisoft Paris and published by Ubisoft on 10 Mar 06
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon games
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon (video game) 13 Nov 2001
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2 16 Nov 2004
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm 12 Mar 2004
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 9 Mar 2006
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike 3 Aug 2005
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 6 Mar 2007
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Island Thunder 25 Sep 2002
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Desert Siege 27 Mar 2002
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier 22 May 2012
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Predator 1 Oct 2010
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars 25 Mar 2011
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms 15 Aug 2012