The Amazing Son in Law Chapter 2622 (Charlie Wade)
Charlie Wade said with a smile at this time:
[From what I understand, the government and rebel forces have had a lot of really close battles. The government forces are short of money, food, weapons and ammunition. They must be inadequately trained all the year round leaving their combat proficiency very low. In this case, the few soldiers they sent to protect you and your team are basically useless. Your team consists of a group of unarmed graduates. If something happens, you won’t escape.]
Ziva replied a little hesitantly:
[It.. It shouldn’t be that serious.]
Charlie Wade laughed and said:
[That’s what you think, but If something really happens will you still think it’s not that serious?]
As he said, he remembered something and said,
[I heard that mercenaries are very popular in war-torn countries in the Middle East. Hire dozens of properly-equipped and well-trained mercenaries to protect your safety throughout the process. Your safety and survival are much better guaranteed this way.]
Ziva Hank said embarrassingly: [Mercenaries cost far too much. We consulted the Blackwater Company in the United States. On the Syrian front line, their mercenaries’ salary requirements are settled on a daily basis. It’s two-thousand USD per person, per day.
The quote doesn’t even include the cost of weapons and equipment. Ammunition has to be calculated separately, and If they require vehicles, the price is ridiculously high. Our budget is very tight, we can’t afford mercenaries.]
Charlie Wade smiled and said.
[Look at how significant the 20 million dollars I promised you just is now! As long as you come to Aurous Hill to help me, you can fund your team with that 20 Million dollars. If a mercenary costs two thousand dollars a day, then your team can hire twenty mercenaries at only forty thousand dollars a day.
Even if your documentary team has to stay in Syria for half a year, at 40,000 US dollars a day, the total is 6 million US dollars. If we add in the cost of renting some armored vehicles, you’re looking at 10 million at most.
With the remaining 10 million US dollars, you can wholey invest in the filming. Imagine equipping your team with the best photography and filming equipment, the best aerial photography equipment. Even if you encounter a conflict on the ground and come under fire, your team can fund the rental of an armed helicopter used by the American mercenaries to protect you from the sky. This bird’s eye view of your team being rescued under fire would shock the world!]
Ziva Hank is obviously a little tempted, but she still hesitates and says:
[What you say really makes sense. When my team and I set out, we already swore to come through this experience together, whether we live or die. If I were to leave now, I’d be violating the oath with my team.]
Charlie Wade smiled and said:
[Don’t carry such a strong weight on your mind. Think of it like this: A group of friends are driving through the desert when their car breaks down. They are stuck in the middle of nowhere. Because of their lack of supplies, they won’t survive long together in the car. Someone will need to go out and find help or a gas station, to help everyone survive.
Even though this person had to get out of the car and leave the team behind, she can bring back enough gas and supplies, as well better vehicles and equipment. This allows the team to move forward better equipped, better prepared, and overall in a safer position. Don’t you think this is a good choice? Especially for your friends still in the car, this greatly improves their chance of survival.
I think you should discuss this with your companions. I believe they will agree this is a great deal!]