- "Infiltrate and neutralize a VC camp."
- — Mission description
"Welcome to the Jungle" is the sixth mission of Call of Duty: Black Ops (Nintendo DS). In this mission, the player must fight through the jungles of Vietnam to a village where the Soviets are testing a new weapon.
Pelican-One inserts Shaw and his team with orders to capture a village being used as a test site. To Shaw's right is an M79. The squad moves down the path under fire from VC. Some of the enemies are armed with grenade launchers, so they should be killed first. Once the VC are killed, Shaw falls into a hidden tunnel.
Shaw loses both of his weapons and is ordered by Patterson to proceed with only his knife. Several enemies are hidden throughout the tunnel and ambush Shaw with knives. Shaw needs to react quickly or will be stabbed by the guerrillas. Eventually, Shaw finds an AK-47 and a suppressed Makaraov pistol, and links up with Patterson and Raslov, who are under fire from multiple enemies.The squad pushes back the VC and reaches another tunnel system. Since this one is aboveground, melee combat is not necessary and the tunnel's protectors are armed with firearms instead of knives. Finally, the squad reaches the village only to find it burning.
- The mission's name is a reference to a song of the same name by Guns N' Roses.
- When the squad is dropped off, Raslov has an XM22 and Patterson has a Remington 870. However, when the player gets out of the first tunnel, they have switched weapons.
- Depending on how long the player takes to exit the first tunnel, Patterson will say different things to Shaw upon exiting.