Just in a lot of pain.
Gazz isn't dead, Gazz isn't dead!
'cause they heard him on the radio!
Hmm.. this part seems lightly inspired by The War of the Best from One Piece.
We again likely got a situation, where a rather nasty organisation baits a dangerous opponent into a suicidal attack, by capturing someone he view as his children.
Tor, whats One Piece?
Just kidding, i know that One Piece was one of the big three with Bleach and Naruto. Tough, since the other two are over, is One Piece over as well? i never read it
One Piece is still running and will continue running until the world ends.
Well the junior officer whose name escapes me should have been setting off everyone's horrible human being detector long before now.
Passing the buck for the failure of her leadership onto a pair of teenagers? How despicable.
And note the way she was all smiles once she realised they actually had a good excuse, that was in no way her fault, for the sub optimal outcome of their encounter with the enemy sprogs. And they revealed that one of the captured ragamuffins was an extremely valuable prize too...
She may well have been up a famous creek without a canoe, let alone a paddle as a result of this days work, but that's no justification for her misdeeds.
Question is, does she know something useful, or is she glory seeking? Could be they've been able to discover another enemy stronghold. Perhaps by tracking Alex as they did Hevel, or possibly the radio, if Gazz is the vanished one.