Hudson may refer to: Special Agent Jason Hudson - AC.I.A. Here is the official description for Hudson's involvement in Black Ops Cold War: "On January 17th, 1981, Hudson calls upon his old colleague, … Colonel Lev Kravchenko (Russian: Лев Кравченко) was the secondary antagonist in Call of Duty: Black Ops. "But ask anyone. He even has people in the CIA." Now, AFAIK him being the mole in the CIA wasn't established, though he was the only cia person in the game. Jhudson - The above's C.I.A. agent and playable character in Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: Black Ops II. This means he only works with the big bad during the betrayal and it's probable that he and mason's kid were kidnapped already and Hudson just had to play along to keep the kid alive. On November 10th, 1963, Hudson was entrusted with escorting Mason to the Pentagon to be briefed by U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara before meeting with President John F. Kennedy. Years spent as a POW in Vietnam prove his sheer resilience." Special Agent Jason Hudson stepped into that role at a critical moment in Mason’s journey in the original Call of Duty®: Black Ops, and he’s been called back into action in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.But if you think you know everything about Hudson... think again. — Kravchenko's last words, if not killed by Mason.. Chief Petty Officer Joseph Bowman was a SOG operative who appears in Call of Duty: Black Ops. account. The CIA wanted to bury the story of the numbers station and nova 6 attacks, and that included killing anyone too involved in operations about said sleeper agents. He returns in Call of Duty: Black Ops II as a minor antagonist of the 1980's arc story. The CIA formed a joint task force with MI-6 in order to find and kill Mason, Hudson and Weaver in what they dubbed Operation Charybdis.While Mason and Hudson survived, Weaver is not mentioned by either Mason or Hudson in Call of Duty: Black Ops II.. Mason’s new orders: kill Soviet General Nikita Dragovich. Captain Alex Mason is a CIA operative and retired Marine Force Recon Captain.2 He is the main protagonist and the main playable character in Call of Duty: Black Ops. I'd say that he was a 'broken' man in black ops 2. For the subject's CIA account, see Jbowman. "A self-reliant loner resulting from a youth spent on the streets, Woods trained as a Marine before entering the CIA's Special Activities Division. Captain Alex Mason is the main protagonist of the Call of Duty franchise's Black Ops series. He appears in almost every mission played by Mason up until Payback, in which he is killed by a Spetsnaz Operative. BLACK OPS HISTORY. Every out-of-control badass needs a handler, and fortunately for Black Ops fans, Alex Mason was no exception. Mason was born and bred for the Division, a man who could think on his feet, improvise, and turn an ugly situation into a win." For other uses, see Mason. For other characters and the subject's CIA Central Intelligence Agency Data System account, see Frankand Fwoods. Furthermore, it goes against Menendez's character to execute his own men, unless they were disloyal to begin with, as seen with Farid in 2025 should you decide to attempt killing Menendez. "You don't scare me, communist piece of shit!" — Ryan Jackson. — Bowman's last words. "He's more powerful than you know. He was Woods' right-hand man. There was some ancillary media (can’t remember where) that explained that Woods, Mason, Hudson, Weaver and a few others went into hiding for a few years after Black Ops. Hudson has nothing but the utmost respect for his colleagues, it makes no sense for him to go rogue.