MST Registry

In the course of Authority History, there have been numerous MSTs formed for a great many reasons. Whether it be a military task force, an elite science team or a particularly skilled group of engineers; there has always been a need for the best of the best. While many MSTs have appeared and disappeared over the course of time, there have been a staunch few who have proven their use and been made permanent, the following documents list those MSTs.


MST Overview <Alpha-1 (Angels of Eden)>:

The Angels of Eden is the Authority's answer to super soldiers. Stronger, faster, and all around better than the normal soldier, the Angels are called in on only the most dangerous missions and are very rarely ever assigned to long-term containment given their small supply and high demand.

MST Overview <Echo-13 (Charlie's Anglers)>:

Charlie's Anglers is a squad composed of strike teams trained to excel in aquatic, urban, and aerial missions. Individuals enhanced through genetic manipulation head all units and are interspersed as highly specialized agents.
Placed offshore Site-16's location, Charlie's Anglers are assigned to all NA missions within Authority jurisdiction space.

MST Overview <Hotel-1 (Highlanders)>:

The Highlanders are a prime example of a standard Authority Mobile Strike Team that have gone above and beyond. They have exemplified themselves as the fastest and most talented response team in the Authority. Whether it's happening next door or halfway across Europe, The Highlanders will be the first out the door and the first on location to scout and contain.

MST Overview <X-ray-6 (Annulifers)>:

The Annulifers are the Authority's best and brightest when it comes to info control. Made up of some of the greatest members of the Authority Intelligence Agency, the Annullifers make use of one of the authorities greatest weapons: information. Whether it be espionage, interrogation, or HVT Assassination the Annulifers are prepared.

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