Through the help of Colonel Fontiveros (Nor Domingo) and Major Lucente (Mon Confiado), Dante (Rommel Padilla) finally confirms his connections with Abdul Waajid (Sid Lucero) and why he became the terrorist leader’s recent target. The three rangers’ conversation brings them back to a memory set in 1997.
In 1997, Victor (Ariel Rivera)’s wife and son were ambushed by Yosef Alhuraji (Lito Pimentel). He then ordered his men to take revenge and justice by getting rid of Yosef’s group and family. A skirmish happened. Dante managed to kill Yosef while the latter’s wife, Yasmin (Irma Adlawan), and eldest son, Saal aka Abdul Waajid, were able to escape. Meanwhile, Yosef’s youngest son, Hakeem, survived. Dante took in Hakeem and decided to raise him as Alex (Gerald Anderson), in order to spare the child from Victor’s wrath. Dante convinced Colonel Fontiveros and Major Lucente to tweak the final reports to Victor and conceal the truth. Since then, Victor believed that Yosef’s youngest son also died in the encounter.
Just as when Dante thought that he’s already free from the haunting memories of the past, Saal came to get back at him. Dante isn’t scared of Victor’s anger. He rather fears Alex finding out the truth as he doesn’t want to lose a son. Dante, Colonel Fontiveros and Major Lucente decide to iron out the trouble.
At the camp, Alex approaches Colonel Fontiveros to insist his wish of becoming part of the intelligence unit, so he could continue probing on Abdul Waajid. His superior scolds him for his stubbornness. Victor enters Colonel Fontiveros’ office. Before Alex speaks up, Colonel Fontiveros claims that Alex is there to make a report and that he is about to leave. However, adding more to the challenge, Victor wants to create a separate cyber intelligence unit to be headed by Alex.