It is supposed to be a simple mission, based on the usual standards anyway. The only thing this elite special forces team has to do is to paint a location for a bombing raid to take place, and move on to the next assignment. When Clay (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) realizes that there are children at the location, he calls to have the attack aborted, but the powers that be on the other end are not listening. The team decides to do the right thing and bring the children to safety, but no sooner does the chopper lift off, someone orders it to be blown out of the sky.
The mysterious man on the other side of the communications device is known simply as Max, and from all appearances, the missile that brings down the chopper is intended for the group of 5, instead of the children. The team decides to fake their death in order to regroup before they set out to seek revenge against the people who are trying to take them out. As they make plans to search and destroy the man behind the voice, Clay realizes that the cards are stacked against them, that is until he is approached by Aisha (Zoe Saldana) with an offer they cannot refuse.
The ex special forces team waste no time in getting back to the United States, as they put together a plan to go after the man who orchestrated their betrayal. They encounter a large security team that is covering Max, making the task of eliminating him a lot more challenging than they had previously thought. The team is curious about Aisha's desire to finance their efforts, and eventually Rogue insists on her coming clean, only to find out that Max is planning on trading in a weapon of great proportion which could end up killing many people in the future. Directed by Sylvain White, this crime drama also stars Jason Patric as Max.