Back in the mid-1990s, an extraordinary meeting of the UN General Assembly passed a classified vote to create Alien Capture/Eradication peacekeeping units as a special line of defence. The units are to act as first responders wherever possible and, if they cannot initiate first contact, they are to operate under the guise of local military teams in conjunction with homeland defence forces. To date, it is the UN Security Council’s role to recruit and train the military-style ACE teams and decide on their standard operating procedures and rules of engagement.
The Security Council recruits current and former combat soldiers from all around the world. ACE unit operatives live as ordinary citizens in many different countries while on call for contact missions. The fact they are ACE soldiers working for the UN is top secret. ACE operatives are bound by strict secrecy protocols.
41 ACE units operate under the guidelines and principles of several UN charter articles, the most relevant being Article 1.1 and Article 39. ACE units are urged to avoid conflict where possible. Deadly force is permitted only in the face of clear and present danger.
STANDARD ACE UNIT WEAPONS
M4A1 Carbine assault rifle with scope and silencer