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Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Walkthrough
Robbing Uncle Sam
Ryder talks about not finishing high school - because he's a drug dealer and beat up a teacher. He also says he's too intelligent. He says the army has lots of guns.
OK, get in the van with Ryder. Note that the van changes colors randomly, when you replay this level :) You're told to drive to the compound at Ocean Docks. It's just on the other side of a bridge, further than you've gone before on the missions. Carl is worried about the guards but Ryder says it's just National Guard - weekend soldiers.
At this point you're told to shoot out a switch on the "other side of the wall". That's sort of vague. What you actually have to do is shoot the two guards, then jump OVER the gate. The switch is on the left side of the gate, looking back at the van. Now Ryder drives through and stops at a big gate. Yup, go next to him and shoot this switch as well.
Now comes the 'fun' part. First, shoot the guards in the warehouse. Now you have to drive the forklift truck to get six different crates, and bring each one back to the truck. There are four within the building and two to the right of the building when you're facing it. There are also two on the left side of the building, that the soldiers hide behind. Be careful, if you go to fast the crates can actually fall off the forklift. So you have to balance speed with accuracy here.
The problem is that Ryder is clueless and gets himself killed - so you have to do two crates, then go kill the bad guys, then get 2 more crates and so on. You and Ryder can both be rather hurt by the time you get to all six crates!
Now drive away, hitting the horn to throw crates at the chasers if you want. Really it's not far to the end.
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