A conflict that America was too advanced to succumb to yet again, yet a conflict that happened again regardless. The country was too divided to mend their differences.
Those in political power fought back, struggling to maintain control of a union on a rampage intent on destroying itself. Forcing martial law into place, the only thing the government succeeded in was giving the various sides a single enemy to fight—and fight they did, turning on the federal government and forcing them from power.
ACTION FORCE: PROLOGUE
Armageddon came not with a blast, but with an angry wound, a ragged gash through the flesh of the nation, unhealed, left to infection and rot until the wound became fatal. In the years following there were disagreements about whether it was a single wound or several small cuts. Regardless, the nation was just as damaged, just as injured and just as separated. It was a war that wasn’t supposed to happen. It would come to be known as The Divide.