How is it known that Brink and Chandra were on board the Kodiak at the time that they crashed? The circumstantial evidence (based on the fact that there was neither a search for survivors or a note that their corpses had been found, despite the relative 'intactness' of the Kodiak, is that either no high ranking people were onboard, or that they had already escaped. --Dthaiger 00:30, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

Due to the fact that Michael McNeil is not seen during Firestrom most fans assumed that he and his crew died when the Kodiak went down. I would at least say that whoever was in the Kodiak was killed or at least knocked out else they would not have left the Tacitus laying around. I imagen that the makers left it unanswered because they were not sure if they would use McNeal again. Guess we'll have to see if he is in Tiberium Wars to be sure. -- 05:03, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

"Guess we'll have to see if he is in Tiberium Wars to be sure." - Which we won't I assume since they got all new actors signed up not including Michael Biehn... Therefore I think assuming he's dead is ok - but Havoc on the other hand is still alive or at least was in 2039 --Agaiz 18:45, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

That's affirmative, he isn't in C&C3 either. Havoc is still mentioned, however (as a veteran and "conservative pundit" who opposes the withdrawal of Mammorth MK2s).--Amitakartok 12:46, 8 July 2009 (UTC)
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