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Lt. Caldwell's Visit to Capistrano Island

Lt. Caldwell is based in Northern California at Thunder Bay.  He occasionally visits other commands and July of 2004 was our chance to roll out the red carpet for him.  He arrived just in time to join Director Kano as he left to visit the 2004 Hasbro Convention in Orlando.  There had been an intel that terrorists would attempt a strike there. 
 
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"A Day at the Docks" 
 
A Flash Force unit intercepts a crime in the making.

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Caldwell makes friends with one of the local Florida natives

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Back at Capistrano Island, Caldwell gets a surprise farewell party.  Of course he just had to do one of his magic tricks!  Hmmm... wasn't that suppose to be a rabbit?

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Who could this mysterious stranger be?  What diabolical plot could he be planning?

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CALDWELL LEAVES CIC

On the day Caldwell was scheduled to return to Thunder Bay, he was asked to see Director Kano in his office.

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With a parting farewell, Caldwell took the elevator down to the third floor.  Stepping out into the Capistrano Island Command's Communications room, he headed for RCO Blade's office.

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Caldwell was beginning to worry about catching his flight home, so he hoped he could finish up business and head out.  But it seemed RCO Blade had one more thing she wanted him to do.

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Taking the elevator down to the ground floor, Caldwell approached the security desk.  Something was starting to bother him about all this.

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Suddenly it all became painfully clear.  The dreaded 'CHALLENGE COIN'!  Lt. Caldwell made a dash for the door but wasn't fast enough to avoid the K-9 on duty.

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Caldwell managed to escape the building and made his flight at record time. 
 
For explainations to the 'inside' jokes, see below.

Flash Force members at the Orlando Convention

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A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO THE 'INSIDE JOKES'
 
1. The Dreaded Kano Challenge Coin Curse.  This cursed coin has caused more damage at Thunder Bay and a few other classified locations that it is more deadly than the Forbidden Extremist Zionist terrorist group (FEZ).  For continuing stories of it's exploits, you need to join Flash Force and see the antics of the ISOC coin curse! 
 
2. Why is everyone wearing fez's?  These were provided by ISOC's elite Morrocian Command.  Ok, would you believe they came from a small group of enforcement officers in Tucson, Montana?  Ok, how about from the local High School drama department?  Alright, alright, they came from two kids selling lemonade on the corner.  But don't tell their mothers!
 
3. Who is that mysterious guy wearing a fez?  Some mysteries are just to good to tell.  BWHAHAHAHAHAHA!
 
4. What is Flash Force?  You got this far and your still asking?  Join today and see what all the fun is about! 
 
But watch out for Kano's Challenge Coin Curse!

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