Falling Toward Apotheosis
The End of the Cold War:
With the outset of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s, the West witnessed the collapse of the Soviet Union and its satellite states.
Analysts predicted that with the breakup of the USSR, Europe and Asia might become flooded with black-market endorsed criminal empires and terrorist organizations. In an effort to stem the lose of technology and materials to the criminal underworld, while also trying to establish an international good-will mandate, the primary nations of the United Nations activated a top-secret, global initiative police/anti-terrorism force: the Allied Extra-Governmental Incursion Security, or A.E.G.I.S. as it would come to be known.
A.E.G.I.S.’s primary directives for its first years would be the active, candidate-based recruitment and intelligence gathering operations. A.E.G.I.S. would not have a centralized HQ, but would operate via “loaned” proxy military bases.