Bottom Rail part 4 - finale Svetlana slowly walked down the street. With the document delivered Svetlana had nothing urgent to do so she took a stroll through the city. "Vilnius has changed a lot since last I was here."Bottom Rail part 4 - finale by CaptFox
The super powered woman stopped at a street corner and he looked up at a brown and white signs attached to a signpost. The names were in Lithuanian instead of Russian like they had been during her last visit. But even translating from Lithuanian back to Russian she realized the name of the street had been changed. It read "Volunteer Ave."
"Did they change all the street names?" She asked silently. Communicating directly to the nanites.
"No," the nanites responded. "Just the ones the Soviets changed."
Svetlana looked at the signpost for a moment and shook her head. "They didn't like Red Army avenue?" she asked, partly joking. "It was named that to honor the Red army that liberated the city from the Germans."
"The name honors those who died freeing Lit
Bottom Rail part 3 Strela leaned against the wall and took a moment to recover. "Blue star one four," she announced over an encrypted radio frequency. "Immediate pickup."Bottom Rail part 3 by CaptFox
In spite of the relatively warm weather there was a cold edge to the wind that blew across the roof of the building. Even with her enhanced strength it had taken great effort to get the man's body up to the roof.
It was five minutes, twenty two seconds before an unmarked, MI-8 helicopter settled for a landing next to her. It's powerful rotor blades whipping up a windstorm, blowing dust and dirt everywhere. The blades didn't stop moving but wound down to a slow movement that only lightly stirred up the air and created a strong breeze.
The cargo of the helicopter slid open. The figure that climbed out was dressed in the red, white and blue jumpsuit that was the standard uniform of the Longbow organization. He was wearing body armor over the jumpsuit and was carrying a high powered, advanced assault rifle. "We n