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Weaver was assigned to infiltrate Dragovich's launch facility and disable the rocket that is set to launch at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in the USSR. However before he could do that he was compromised and captured by [[Nikita Dragovich|Dragovich]]'s second in command, [[Lev Kravchenko|Kravchenko]]. Later [[Woods]] and [[Alex Mason|Mason]] spotted him via a pair of binoculars, he was tied to a chair and interrogated near a Mi-8. Kravchenko then called Woods on the radio and told them that he would be spared if they surrendered.
 
Weaver was assigned to infiltrate Dragovich's launch facility and disable the rocket that is set to launch at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in the USSR. However before he could do that he was compromised and captured by [[Nikita Dragovich|Dragovich]]'s second in command, [[Lev Kravchenko|Kravchenko]]. Later [[Woods]] and [[Alex Mason|Mason]] spotted him via a pair of binoculars, he was tied to a chair and interrogated near a Mi-8. Kravchenko then called Woods on the radio and told them that he would be spared if they surrendered.
   
When Mason and Woods do not comply, Kravchenko buries a knife into Weaver's eye and moves him into a nearby building where he was eventually rescued by Mason. After the [[Executive Order|Baikonur mission]], Weaver develops a bond with Woods and Mason for saving his life. However, Mason's deteriorating mental condition has caused rift in the friendship, from worry to mistrust, and by February 1968, Weaver was convinced that Mason is burnt during the latter's days in Vorkuta, and advises Hudson to deal with Mason with "two in the chest, one in the head," thus deeming him unfit to continue any further operations.
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When Mason and Woods do not comply, Kravchenko buries a knife into Weaver's eye and moves him into a nearby building where he was eventually rescued by Mason. After the [[Executive Order|Baikonur mission]], Weaver develops a bond with Woods and Mason for saving his life. However, Mason's deteriorating mental condition has caused rift in the friendship, from worry to mistrust, and by February 1968, Weaver was convinced that Mason is burnt during the latter's days in Vorkuta, and advises Hudson to deal with Mason with "two in the chest, one in the head," thus deeming him unfit to continue any further operations. True.
   
 
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