Sergeant Odelle Ballard is a soldier, wife, and mother - as well as her unit's only female member. While fighting jihadists in North Africa, she discovers computer files that prove a major U.S. corporation is funding jihadists, only to have her team attacked and killed before she can tell anybody. The story is that Odelle's entire unit was wiped out by the militants, but in truth she survived the attack and knows that her team's assassins were private military contractors known as Osela.
While Odelle fights to survive and find her way back home, New York corporate litigator Peter Decker is in the middle of a merger with the same company that funded the jihadists. He is starting to notice that the company is corrupt and possibly involved in terrorist activity.
At the same time, a political activist named Harrison Walters meets hacker Bob Offer, who claims to have uncovered a military-industrial-complex conspiracy - the same cover-up that Odelle discovered, which is set to become a national headline with serious implications.
The only way these three strangers will ever save their country is by joining forces and exposing the truth.
It's scary to know about our country killing our US people.
Not likely there will be any glorification of terrorism, but some self-examination of our own purity may not necessarily be a bad thing.
Few would argue that there are bad guys out there wearing white hats.