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For the weapon named "TF-141", see Intervention (weapon).
For the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare organization, see Task Force 141 (2019).
"Welcome to the 141. Best handpicked group of warriors on the planet."
— General Shepherd to Private First Class Joseph Allen.


Task Force 141, colloquially referred to as "The One-Four-One," is a multinational special operations unit composed of members of British, Australian, United States, Canadian and possibly other foreign personnel, usually those with previous Special Ops experience. Its members serve as the principal protagonists of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, in which their main objective is to apprehend or eliminate Vladimir Makarov, a Russian Ultranationalist responsible for masterminding a Russian invasion of the United States. In 2016, its members participated in notable special operations in Kazakhstan, Moscow, Rio de Janeiro, a Gulag and a submarine base in the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Georgian-Russian border, and Afghanistan.

Notably during August 15th, 2016, General Shepherd betrayed Task Force 141; subsequently all the remaining members of Task Force 141 were either eliminated or on the run at the conclusion of the crisis. In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the survivors united with Russian Loyalists to continue with their main objective.

CompositionEdit

Task Force 141 had at least eighty-five known operators that are drawn from the special operations forces of Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States and Loyalist. The specific units that contribute operators to Task Force 141 are unknown.

During the events of Modern Warfare 2, the commanding officer of Task Force 141 appears to be Shepherd, a U.S. Army officer who spearheads the Task Force's operations. Additionally, British soldiers of the Special Air Service and possibly the Special Boat Service such as Captain John "Soap" MacTavish, Lieutenant Simon "Ghost" Riley and Sergeant Gary "Roach" Sanderson serve as operators during field missions. After his liberation from a gulag, Captain John Price of the Special Air Service also apparently serves as a field commander.

DisavowedEdit

Task Force 141 Disavowed

After the events of Modern Warfare 2, a rogue Lt. Gen. Shepherd was killed in action by Cpt. John "Soap" MacTavish and the Task Force 141 was disavowed. However, a few Task Force 141 operatives, such as Price and Soap, continued to operate with support from the current Baseplate operative and former colleague of Price, MacMillan. When the Task Force 141 reunited, they joined forces with Nikolai and his group of Russian Loyalists. Their primary objective was to exterminate the highly notorious terrorist Vladimir Makarov, which in doing so, would clear their names.

Names ClearedEdit

After rescuing Russian President Boris Vorshevsky and his daughter Alena from the diamond mine in Siberia, Task Force 141 was reinstated (signified by the Disavowed status on the Task Force 141 emblem being removed) by NATO, and even Russia itself approve their actions for rescuing the president and they began to concentrate their efforts to hunt down Makarov once again, eventually locating him and killing him three months later in the United Arab Emirates.

List of Known Members Edit

Main article: Task Force 141/Members

EquipmentEdit

Assault RiflesEdit

Submachine GunsEdit

Light Machine GunsEdit

Machine PistolsEdit

ShotgunsEdit

Sniper RiflesEdit

HandgunsEdit

LaunchersEdit

Notable military operationsEdit

Between 2011 and 2013Edit

2013Edit

Between 2013 and 2016Edit

2016Edit

2017Edit

Special Ops Edit

Task Force faction also appears in Special Ops mode in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. In the latter game, Delta Force accompanies them on some missions. They are a playable faction in missions:

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Edit

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Edit

Multiplayer Edit

In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2's multiplayer, they are a playable faction.

Multiplayer MapsEdit

EmblemsEdit

GalleryEdit

Multiplayer ModelsEdit

DesertEdit

ArcticEdit

VideosEdit

Trivia Edit

  • While the British, Americans, and Australians have their flags in their colors and on their shoulder patches, the Canadians have their flag on their back in green.
    • There are no Canadian Task Force 141 models in multiplayer despite models being in the campaign.
  • Choosing an LMG in multiplayer will make the player spawn with an Australian flag, choosing an SMG or an Assault Rifle will make the player generate with a British or American flag, and choosing a Sniper Rifle will make the player spawn with an American flag, unless the player has unlocked the Ghillie Suit.
  • Task Force 141 (along with the Heartbeat Sensor) is jokingly referenced in a conversation between two characters in the 2010 video game Battlefield: Bad Company 2. After discovering the team has to go on a hunt for an HVT, Sarge says, "I should clear this with Braidwood," to which Sweetwater replies, "No! No, no, no! He'll just send some special ops douche-bags, with pussy-ass heartbeat monitors on their guns, instead of us!"
  • The full Task Force 141 theme tune is played during the mission "Contingency".
  • In Modern Warfare 3, some Delta Squad soldiers have the same name as many of the Task Force members.
  • By the end of Modern Warfare 3, Price and Nikolai are the last known remaining Task Force 141 members.
  • In Modern Warfare 3, the old and new Task Force 141 logo can be unlocked in Multiplayer.
  • The old Task Force 141 emblem is seen in Perk Care Packages from Survival Mode.
  • Task Force 141 is referenced in Far Cry 3. During the level "Fly South", Willis says that he must join Task Force 141 to go to Russia.[1]
  • The numeral designation of the SWC-141 Retribution from Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was recommended by representives of the Russian Federation in remembrance of the Task Force's heroic actions in rescuing Russian President Boris Vorshevsky.[2]. This was deemed as an easter egg rather than a connection between Modern Warfare 3 and Infinite Warfare.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. [1]
  2. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Developer's Handbook, Page 87. (Part of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Collector's Edition Strategy Guide)
  3. https://twitter.com/taylorkurosaki/status/797491968104218624
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