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What is the 3rd Echelon?

What is the 3rd Echelon?

Third Echelon (sometimes spelled 3rd Echelon, abbreviated as 3ECH and 3E) was a top-secret initiative within the various intelligence branches of the National Security Agency (NSA) established in 2003 (or the 1990s according to the novels and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Essentials).

Is Third Echelon real?

Officially, Third Echelon and its agents did not exist.

What happened to Archer and Kestrel?

Archer and Kestrel briefly fought in the hold of the plane leading to Archer being fatally wounded. Kestrel kneeled over Archer and shared some last words before dying. Suddenly, Andriy Kobin appeared behind Kestrel and shot him, putting him into a coma.

Why is it called Splinter Cell?

The first game explains that “Splinter Cell” refers to an elite recon-type unit of single covert operatives (such as Sam Fisher) who are supported in the field by a high-tech remote team. The fifth game, Conviction, starts after events in the conclusion of Double Agent: Sam has abandoned Third Echelon.

Is Kestrel dead Splinter Cell?

Kestrel being alive in Splinter Cell: Blacklist confirms that he won the face-off against Archer at the end of the Co-op Campaign in Conviction.

Who published far cry?

Ubisoft
Ubisoft Milan
Far Cry/Publishers
Far Cry is a first-person shooter video game developed by Crytek Studios from Germany and published by Ubisoft on March 23, 2004 for Microsoft Windows. Far Cry sold 730,000 units within four months of release.

Where is Echelon manufactured?

The Echelon Studio located in Chattanooga Tennessee, has over a dozen instructors teaching various levels of daily live and on-demand classes for both bikes, as well as a variety of off bike exercises.

Can you ride Echelon without app?

Yes, without the APP you will not get the Echelon Experience and the most from your new Connect bike. Also, your ride statistics and other information cannot be seen or stored.