Out on the floor, Buchanan's briefing the agents and the office staff, saying that it might be a good idea for them to be kind of extra secure since there are terrorists operating within a few blocks of them. Can't be too careful, especially in light of how often this place gets gassed and bombed even when terrorists are nowhere nearby. As Buchanan sends everyone off to do their thing, Kiefer (now in a new, dark blue t-shirt) comes up to Chloe and asks her for a PDA and a phone to take on the operation he's inviting himself along for. Chloe doesn't bother arguing; for that we have Buchanan, who shows up and asks what Kiefer thinks he's doing. "You should have told me about Audrey, Bill," Kiefer guilts, handing Buchanan the file. Buchanan makes his excuses for not saying anything about Audrey's "accident." Of course, Kiefer already knows that Audrey was murdered, although he doesn't say how. He tells Buchanan that Audrey died trying to save him because she thought he was worth it, and he doesn't want her sacrifice going to waste. So he's going to go take the terrorists down, and then when he's done with that he's going to go find Audrey's murderers and take them down as well. And because this all sounds perfectly rational and reasonable to Buchanan, he decides to let Kiefer take point on the operation to take out the drone pilot. Of course he does. It's 7:46:28.
7:50:54. The drone pilot is both piloting and talking on his headset phone to Gredenko, reporting that the drone is within three minutes of the "target perimeter." This will turn out to be an important phrase. When the drone crosses it, the bomb will automatically detonate at an altitude of 500 feet, for maximum damage. The pilot starts to congratulate Gredenko, but Gredenko just wants him to shut up and fly.
While these three minutes are ticking away, Kiefer, Doyle, and their team are just hanging out near the fence of the empty relay station the terrorists have taken over. He reports over his earpiece that they're in position, the gate's open, and there's a van parked in back. Buchanan and Chloe give him directions to the part of the building where the drone pilot seems to be sitting. Kiefer's still hurting, and Doyle offers to take point, but Kiefer declines. "Whatever you say," Doyle agrees, because Kiefer's the only person he knows who's more violent than Doyle is. Followed by their team, they head toward the building with weapons drawn at 7:52:10. In the outer yard, they spot some unsuspecting guy walking along in a utility company jacket, so Kiefer shoots him down on sight. Better hope they have the right place.