Former U.S. Marine Corps Force Reconnaissance Scout Sniper Thomas Beckett (Tom Berenger), who was discharged after his finger was amputated in the first film, is met by CIA officer James Eckles (Dan Butler) and Colonel David McKenna (Linden Ashby) at his home. Despite losing his index finger he uses to shoot, Beckett still has the capability of firing a gun. Considering this, along with his impressive career from his time in the Marine Corps, Beckett is given a mission to assassinate renegade Serbian General Mile Valstoria (Peter Linka), who is responsible for conducting hit-and-run ethnic cleansing operations in the Muslim-populated areas of Serbia. The CIA fears that Valstoria's actions are threatening to inflame a larger conflict in the region. Beckett agrees to participate, but requests that an additional man, a spotter, must come with him. Beckett is introduced to his spotter, Jake Cole (Bokeem Woodbine), an experienced U.S. Army sniper who is on death row for killing a federal officer who allegedly betrayed him. Cole is released and offered a pardon if he takes part in the mission.
|author||Michael Frost Beckner|
|director||Craig R. Baxley|
|keywords||abandon after his finger was amputated in the first film ambush assassinate basilica betray build can togay capture catholic cia cleanse death row ethnic cleansing factory first film force force reconnaissance hit-and-run tactics kill lose marine corps morning resistance resistance movement run scout sniper serbia serbia and montenegro set up sniper sniper team special forces spotter their way u.s. army u.s. marine corps united states army wound|
|producer||Carol Kottenbrook Scott Einbinder|
|publisher||Sony Pictures Home Entertainment|