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Brackish Okun. It is reveal that facility holds a repaired alien attacker ship and three dead alien bodies. Okun explained that the aliens' biochemistry is similar to humans. They don't seem to use sound to communicate, however; the Area 51 staff believes they communicate telepathically. Attempts have been under way since the late 's to repair the attacker ship and with the arrival of the mothership, the systems in the attacker have reactivated. After Okun explained what he knows about the aliens, Whitmore tasked David to work with Okun to try and figure out what hasn't been thought of yet.
Outside of Area 51, the RV convoy arrive at the perimeter gate in which Steve presents the alien as his "clearance" and the refugees are allowed in. The alien is then wheeled to medical containment. Area 51 is soon converted into the U. Whitmore is then informed that the situation is growing more worse: Atlanta, Chicago, and Philadelphia have been confirmed destroyed in the second attack wave, along with 33 other cities around the world. NATO headquarters in Brussels and countless Western Allied bases have also been taken out, with America's forces taking a tremendous hit.
Across the world, humanity is being routed and the aliens are expected to systematically destroy every major city within 36 hours. Hiller is brought in and congratulated by Whitmore. The alien has been moved to isolation, and Whitmore asks to see it. As the executive staff heads out, Hiller requests to be taken back to El Toro.
General Grey solemnly informs him that the base was destroyed during the counterattack. Meanwhile, Jasmine leads the survivors to what remains of El Toro. Seeing the devastated base makes her realize that Steve is likely dead. Nevertheless, they all make camp and Jasmine and the First Lady gets to know each other. Back at Area 51, Dr. Okun leads a medical team to remove the alien's biomechanical armor.
The creature regains consciousness and kills most of the examining crew. It then takes control of Okun to communicate with President Whitmore, demanding to be release. Whitmore poses a question to the alien, asking if the people of Earth and their invaders can live in peace. The creature says "No peace. Whitmore's security detail guns down the alien. Okun is left in a coma. Whitmore takes a moment to recover and then explains to Grey what he saw in the alien's thoughts: the aliens attack planets, kill off any indigenous life, use up the resources, then move on.
Fuming with disgust at the callousness of the invaders, Whitmore finally orders a nuclear strike, as they have no further alternative. Word of Whitmore's decision quickly spread across the base. In a break room overlooking the spaceship hangar, David finds the local supply of alcohol and starts drinking it. Constance tries to console him, but he directs the conversation back to their failed marriage.
Part of her problem was his lack of ambition, how he could have had any job in the world. However, David was happy where he was, working for the cable company at his home city of New York close to his father. Constance asks if he wanted to be part of something special, to which David says "I was part of something special.
B-2 Spirit bombers are deployed, with the first heading for the destroyer that destroyed Washington, which is currently hovering over the now deserted Houston. Other nuclear states agree to keep their assets in reserve until the effectiveness over Houston is determined. After a few seconds of hesitation, Whitmore gives the go for nuclear launch.
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The weapon explodes, but proves ineffective at penetrating the craft's force field and destroys the city instead; as a result, the President orders the remaining bombers called back despite of Nimzicki's insistence to continue the attack. Meanwhile, Hiller commandeered a helicopter from the base and heads off to El Toro to look for Jasmine. He finds her and her survivor group, bringing them back to Area Whitmore is overjoy of being reunited with his wife.
But he is sadly informed by Dr. Milton Isaacs that Marilyn's injuries are too severe and she dies later that night, after getting to see her daughter and husband one more time. In the middle of the night, David is found by his father, drunk and furiously making a mess in the hanger, yelling that humanity should make the earth so dirty that the aliens won't want the planet anymore.
Julius quickly calms his son down, talking about how everyone loses faith at some point; he himself has been lax in his faith since David's mother died. David gives a drunken laugh while his father tells him to get off the freezing floor before he catches a cold.
"The most rewarding thing is seeing the results."
David then suddenly has a epiphany and instantly snaps out of his drunken stupor, calling his father a genius. David has everyone gather in the hanger and demonstrates to the crowd how the attacker ship's shield works. He then activates a program on his laptop, that deactivates the ship's shield, making it effortless for Major Mitchell to shoot a soda can he placed on it.
David suggests a plan that involves using the newly operable alien attacker to gain access to the interior of the alien mothership in order to introduce a computer virus into its system that will disable the force fields around the destroyers and attackers on Earth. Once the computer virus takes effect, the alien vessels will be left vulnerable. While nearly everyone is intrigued, a very skeptical Nimzicki begins to point out the flaws in David's plans. First, the ship was a wrecked that no one on Earth is qualified to fly it.
Second, humanity's armed forces are scattered, and they have no idea how long the shields will be down; once the aliens identify the virus, their window of opportunity could be a matter of minutes. Nevertheless, General Grey says that they've reestablished their communications link to Europe and Asia, so they should be able to get instructions to allied forces via Morse code in order to coordinate the attack without raising the aliens' suspicions. Hiller immediately volunteers to fly the ship, which proves to be capable of flying as it hovers in place.
Whitmore gives the plan his blessing. Nimzicki continues to dissuade from making David's plan to work, but only to be fired by Whitmore. In the early hours of July 4th, Area 51 is preparing all pilots to report to their stations. Volunteers with combat flight experience are recruited from the RV refugees. Among them Russell and Whitmore himself, who wants to lead his men into battle.
The Roswell craft is fitted with a tactical nuclear warhead that they will launch once the virus is uploaded. Hiller and Jasmine consummate their marriage in the base chapel, with Dylan as ringbearer and David and Constance as witnesses. During the service, David and Constance reconcile. After saying their goodbyes, Steve and David get ready to board the alien ship. They are then given victory cigars by Julius. In return, David gives his father a yarmulke and prayer book.
Steve and David takes off into space and sets a course for the mothership. Inside, they find millions of aliens assembled on a large parade ground, preparing a large ground invasion force. Their ship finally comes to a stop within the enormous docking tower in which David begins transferring the virus. After getting confirmation that the virus has been uploaded, Whitmore fires a missile, but it impacts off the shield. General Grey orders a withdrawal, but Whitmore persists and fires another. This time, it flies past the shield perimeter and explodes against the ship's hull.
A massive volley follows, causing noticeable damage to the destroyer. Realizing the sudden threat the humans pose, the aliens launch their attackers to defend the ship, but this time, it's an even fight. However, the squadron's supply of missiles is quickly exhausted against the colossal craft and its large complement of assault ships. The underside of the alien craft opens up as its directed energy weapon prepares to fire on the base.
Whitmore fires a missile at the cannon but it connects and explodes on a protective hatch. Just as the squadron is informed that all their missiles have been fired, Russell radios in saying he has one final missile. Whitmore and his wingmen clear the way for Russell, destroying any alien fighters in their path. As Russell prepares to launch his missile, his firing mechanism suddenly jams. Unable to fire his missile, Russell makes a fateful decision to fly his jet into the alien weapon in a suicide attack. The explosion causes a chain reaction which annihilates the ship. General Grey quickly gets on the radio, instructing forces throughout the world on how to take down the remaining 35 City Destroyers.
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