The two men emerge into an alley at 6:06:42. Luckily, the commando is healing in 24 time, meaning he's able to walk unaided now, though with a pronounced limp. The commando finds an SUV with a spare key hidden under the back bumper (whether that's the same SUV his team came in or he just got lucky isn't clear), and while he's doing that, Hassan is staring open-mouthed at all the civilians on the streets, obliviously going about their early morning business. Are these poor suckers up this early every day? he seems to be wondering to himself. As if reading his mind, the commando tells him, "These people owe you their lives, sir. You're doing the right thing." He ushers Hassan into he shotgun seat and dials his phone.
He reaches General Brucker, who's at a spot at McGuire AFB that's suspiciously similar to a location we saw at the U.N. earlier in the season. "You got the package?" Brucker asks. "No, but I got President Omar Hassan," the commando doesn't say. "What package?" Limping around to get behind the wheel of the vehicle, the commando explains about the "complications," namely Kiefer. "He's no longer a problem," he exaggerates. The commando adds that Hassan is cooperating. "He would have given himself up?" Brucker asks incredulously. The commando confirms as much, then gets in the car and starts it up, driving off. They have to get going, because it's not like Hassan is going to hand himself over. Well, he would, but he doesn't know where to go.