|“||The Allied forces have intercepted and destroyed a convoy that carried parts for our secret weapon. One truck remains, but they have captured that last truck and its cargo. This is not acceptable! You are to destroy that truck before the Allies leave the area with it.
- Mission briefing
Liability Elimination is the tenth Soviet mission during its alternate history in Command & Conquer: Red Alert.
Paranoid of Red Army coups, a drunken Stalin persuades a reluctant Marshal Gradenko to sign execution orders for prominent Soviet officers. Presumably, Stalin did not question Gradenko why he abandoned a truck containing elements of the Iron Curtain as a way to test Gradenko's loyalty. Kukov and Nadia, who were spying on Gradenko and Stalin by camera, now tasked the Commander to destroy the truck, which by then had been salvaged by the Allies, since it now became a liability.
The elimination of this truck containing the documents proved a success. Stalin conquers France with great effort despite Allied attempts to hold and defend the Parisian headquarters from being attacked. With the Allies in pockets of resistance, they still hold a convoy of trucks in their grasp and Kukov sends the Commander immediately to southeastern France in rescuing them and bring them to safety.
The player can control two mammoth tanks but cannot build any so the player should not waste them. Longbows will attack the base frequently so get those SAMs deployed. The main objective is to kill the supply truck before it escapes. Build heavy tanks, yaks and V2s to attack the allies. Beware of the cruisers at the allies bases due to the mig is not available and yaks are not effective against the armored destroyers, cruisers, AA Guns and rocket infantry and the bridges prevent subs from attacking the allied fleets. The truck is in the base in the top middle. It will start escaping as long as any Soviet troop has found it. It will escape to the left, then go down and disappear soon. So prepare some troops on the only way the truck will be escaping before finding it.