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Your opponent today isn't the sharpest tool in the shed. More like just a tool, and probably asking for directions to the shed.
— Scott Mitchell

Scott Junior Mitchell is the a major character in the tactical shooter video game series Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon. He is the former commander of Ghost Recon, having lead the team in numerous conflicts, including the Korean Wars, the Kazahkstan conflict, and Mexican Civil War.

Scott was born on 13 August 1976 to William David, a proud factory worker, and a Latvian mother. Having lost his mother to cancer when he was fourteen and with his father being frequently absent because of his work, Scott learned how to be self reliant, and raised his siblings when his father was away and worked part-time as a shop assistant for a car mechanic. After graduating from high school Scott found that he could not afford to go to college. He chose to go into the service instead. Initially, he planned to serve and then go to school using his G.I Bill benefits, but he found that the army lifestyle suited him, and he became a professional soldier.

Completing both basic training and the Special Forces Selection Course, Scott was deployed in the Philippines for his first special operations assignment against Abu Sayyaf in 2002 and recruited into Ghost Recon shortly after. During his time with the Ghosts it became soon apparent that Scott was a skilled leader and was eventually promoted to being the Ghost's leader. Scott continued to lead the Ghosts in various major conflicts with great succes. Sometime between 2021 and 2024, Scott obtained the rank of Colonel and took a more passive role, commanding troops behind enemy lines.

Battle vs. Ghost (Modern Warfare) (by Samurai234)[]

In an abandoned city, Simon "Ghost" Riley and his teamate, Gary "Roach" Sanderson are standing outside a building and placing a Semtex sticky bomb on the wall near the door. Meanwhile, inside the building, Scott Mitchell and a Ghost Squad member are exiting the building after completing a mission there. The Ghost Squad opertive opens the door, but the Semtex bomb goes off, and kills the Ghost quad member. Scott sees Ghost and Roach and retreats to a safer distance and loads his PSG-1. He aims the rifle and blows a hole in Roach's head. Ghost grabs Roach's M14 and fires at scott, who quickly ducks back in the room. Scott grabs his FN-SCAR and fires at Ghost who retreats and grabs his ACR. Both warriors fire at each other, until they both run out of ammo. Scott pulls out his Bizon sub machine gun, and fires, hitting Ghost in his torso. Ghost grabs his MP5K and fires back, hitting Scott in his side. Reilizing this battle may get up close and personal, both decide to pull out thier pistols. Both distance each other as they fire, but Ghost lose scott and enter an abandoned restaurant to look for him. Unaware to him, Scott has him right where he wants him, and he throws a M67 grenade in the restaurant, blowing it up and killing Ghost. Scott pulls out a commicator, and radios evac.


Expert's Opinion[]

Both Warriors were pretty even, and it could have gone either way. Scott won though, because being a captain, he was more experienced then the lieutenant, Ghost.

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