A belligerent Russia is on the move, and the invasion of Europe has begun. Without the assistance of a resolutely neutral America, Europe’s forces are being overwhelmed. Their last and only hope is a new weapon system, “The Sleeper Project”, co-developed by British and Australian Scientists and nearing completion at Faslane, a British Submarine Base in western Scotland.
The British government convinces the neutral Republic of Australia to mount a clandestine operation to relocate the project to Australia for completion but time is running out.
A plan is quickly devised to relocate the fragile project apparatus using a very unusually configured oil tanker formally named the ‘Monrovia Glen’, now renamed the ‘Australian Enterprise’ and flying the flag of the Australian Republic.
Retired SAS Major, Rick Strickland, a veteran of two Iraq wars, Afghanistan and a misadventure to Mozambique involving a massive Oil Tanker named the ‘Monrovia Glen’, is recalled to active duty. His assignment is to form a crack SAS squad, travel to Scotland, take command of the ship and transport the Sleeper Project to Australia.
However, his squad selection is not quite what his superiors had envisaged.