The Imperial Shogunate is impressed with the destructiveness Yuriko exhibited during her failed escape attempt, and considered the Omega Program a success. She was given a new surname, "Omega", and was equipped with a psychic dampener that controlled her temper. Her psionic powers made her one of the most dangerous weapons in the Empire's arsenal.
During the Allied assault on Tokyo, Yuriko was found unconscious underneath the ruins of the Imperial Palace. She was taken into custody and transferred to a top-security Allied detention facility on Guam Island, she was cryogenically frozen, waiting to be studied by Allied scientists.
|“||She's just a girl! What is this?!
- Allied soldier witnessing Yuriko's terrifying powers
Using her restored psionic powers, Yuriko broke free from cryo-containement, and began wreaking havoc in the detention camp. She broke into other containment cells, freeing the Soviet and Imperial POWs inside. They soon joined the battle against the Allied security personnel there. Angered by her imprisonment, Yuriko decided that Shimada can wait, and vowed to tear the entire detention camp apart.
Yuriko accessed the various data terminals inside the camp in an attempt to locate the base's weakness, and found out that the Allies have been spreading propaganda, demonizing Tatsu and praising the Allied commanders responsible for the invasion of Tokyo Harbor as heroes. She also discovers that most of the base's security personnel are not Allied soldiers, but hired guns from FutureTech, and that the Allies simply bought their services.
Camp Dakota proves to be heavily fortified, with armed guards, base defenses, and disguised Mirage tanks lurking around every corner. It is even equipped with prototype FutureTech weapons, such as the Harbinger gunship and Pacifier FAVs. However, Yuriko still managed to destroy everything of value in the facility, and planned to escape back to the Empire to deal with Shimada.
The Allies learned about Yuriko's escape, and sent two carrier strike groups to intercept her, however, she managed to sink them to the bottom of the ocean, and successfully escaped from the Detention Camp.
|“||I'm finished here. It's time I return to the Empire of the Rising Sun. I got a score to settle.
- Yuriko escaping the detention facility
- The voice clip "Hang on! Cryocopter support en route." that plays when Cryocopters arrive is recycled from the Red Alert 3 mission Enemy of Our Enemy.
- Outside the base, an Allied Spy will disguise himself as one of Yuriko's mind-controlled minions in order to get close, and bribe other units into fighting Yuriko. Strangely, this works even on mind-controlled units.
- Yuriko says "they know what it's like" when she is about to free the frozen prisoners, which is a reference to one of her unit quotes "They don't know what it's like!"