8:30pm Thursday, August 11 on Prime
In tonight’s series finale, Collinson meets US representative Frank Arlington in London. The Americans want the British government to apologise to the families of the Marines killed in the friendly fire missile incident. Collinson refuses to accept responsibility for a situation that the CIA created by using Baxter. Back in Pakistan, Zahir Sharq is exploiting Baxter’s fragile mental state and playing ‘Russian Roulette’ with his and Porter’s lives. But in a moment of clarity, Baxter shoots one of Sharq’s guards and the two men escape. In the UK, events surrounding the ill-fated 2003 hostage extraction start to become clear. Confronting Collinson, Layla accuses him of wanting Porter dead to save his own skin and bury the truth about what happened in Basra in 2003.
Meanwhile, struggling to evade capture and under constant Taliban attack, Porter and Baxter finally make it to safety and the pair are united in jubilation – but will it last? It is now that Layla tells Porter that she has proof Collinson was responsible for his comrades being killed in 2003.
Collinson arrives in Afghanistan to meet Porter and prepares for a showdown. But Porter doesn’t want revenge, he only wants to clear his name and relieve the burden of guilt. As the pair recall that fateful night in 2003 Taliban forces launch an attack and what follows is a bloody and uneven battle from which few men would escape…