Following the death of an Allied spy in Sweden at Lund, Nadia turned to the Commander for a job well done. The Soviet forces were preparing an assault on Berlin but the Allies were also aware of the impending attack. Nadia tasked the commander to take some men behind enemy lines and disrupt Allied communications so that the Soviets can attack Berlin with the element of surprise.
In Poland, a Soviet base is situated there for the Commander and his arsenal included a lot of massive speed and control Berlin through communism. This includes five infantry units, six vehicles and six air units ready to attack the Allies and capture the German city. Von Esling and Carville waited for this moment with six infantry units, twelve vehicle units and one helicopter ready to defend Berlin and defeat the Soviets. Apart from the Allied campaign, Carville suggested a Ten To One basis as Soviet forces would have Five To One counts in this European war.