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"The last time I saw glasses this dirty, I was in the NCO's mess at Bagram, saying my farewells to Afghanistan."
Dinah Madani to Billy Russo[src]

Bagram is a small town in Afghanistan and home of Bagram Air Base.


Business Trip

Tony Stark traveled to Afghanistan in a business trip in order to host a demonstration of the Jericho missile for the United States Armed Forces.

Stark arrived into Bagram Air Base, travelling in his own private jet with his friend James Rhodes, where he was greeted by General William Gabriel and prepare to leave for the site of the demonstration.

The Jericho was successfully deployed, showing its destructive potential, and while on route back to Bagram, Stark was kidnapped by the Ten Rings in Kunar.[1]

Ten Rings

Lieutenant Colonel James Rhodes was assigned on several missions to battle different cells from the Ten Rings terrorist group.

As War Machine, Rhodes battled groups of heavily armed terrorists in Afghanistan, India and Sudan, with virtually identical weaponry despite having no common location or ideology, and he deduced that a common benefactor was supplying terrorists under the flag of the Ten Rings to fulfill his own agenda.

Rhodes returned to the Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, where he contacted Tony Stark, busy at the moment with the construction of Stark Tower in New York City. Stark told Rhodes how he tried to track them for being responsible of his kidnapping, but his investigations after confronting them at Gulmira led to nowhere, as the Ten Rings operated in autonomous cells, and the highest-ranking operative in each cell had one contact in another cell, but not with the overall leader.

Rhodes informed about a lead he obtained, a plan about a bioterror attack in Asia, and Rhodes intended to capture those responsible for such an important operation, as they would probably have more knowledge about the organization than the rest of the operatives.[2]



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