Williamsville North High Schoolers aren’t just students, they're Spartans. The class of 2001 graduated into a society attacked by Islamic terrorist, the event is known as 9-11. Timothy Payne a soldier assigned to the newly formed Africa Command is bidding his time. He’d be working in operations after multiple injuries. He’d been working hard to get into special force. He’d gone so much the discovery channel covered his training in “Two weeks in Hell.”
Finally, he’d been cleared and selected for a new command, but something happened. Tim’s girlfriend Renee shared bad news; her mom died. Tim switched his orders to Fort Drum, New York. Closest to Renee, but she breaks up with him anyways. As soon as he reported into his unit he was notified they are leaving for Afghanistan.
The Commander explains casualties are expect; forty percent. When Payne investigates the area he discovers his old unit 2 Fury; “Paratroopers,” his legacy. Shocked to find out most his friends been shot, and blown up he figured he wouldn’t make it home. Now going into the Devil’s Playground he's expected to be a leader of soldiers with a motto “America’s Guard of Honor.”
Tim prayed for the first time; a month later he started living through supernatural combat events. Stubborn and gun hoe Payne fought hard with his squad mates, they loved each other. After four short months Payne was blown up, it took the whole squad to save Payne’s life, it was "the last patrol."
Three years later he began to exam what he lived through, it started with his call sign Dog 1-3 and the Apostle Paul from the bible; the 13th Apostle of the Messiah Jesus Christ (God). Paul wrote a letter to his apprentice Timothy, (2 Timothy 2:3) he told him to "endure hardness as a soldier of Jesus Christ." The scripture verse number coincided with Payne's first call sign from 2 fury "Delta 2:3."
With a rocky career and trying out for special forces, Payne saw he'd endured hardness, but didn't know who Jesus was. Questioning what he believed Payne found the Gospel through a pattern of scriptures pertaining to military experiences; statistically proving the news and Jesus Christ.
Building a better tomorrow one person at a time, in the name of Jesus Christ.