White House Siege
White House Siege OHF
Location: White House
Washington, D.C.
United States of America
Date of Event: July 5 - July 6, 2013
Outcome: The Following occur:
Media: Olympus Has Fallen
The White House Siege was a terrorist takeover that resulted in the taking of the White House and the capture of President Benjamin Asher and several other high-ranking U.S. officials. The attack was masterminded by Kang Yeonsak, the founder and head of the Koreans for United Freedom (KUF), a terrorist paramilitary organization. This event marks the second time the White House was captured and the United States was invaded by a foreign power in U.S history, occurring 201 years after the War of 1812.


The White House Siege was never suspected nor seen coming as all the key members had either their identities changed or disguised themselves as part of the South Korean motorcade or as mere tourists and garbage service workers. It was presumably many years set in motion to accomplish this plan. It was unforeseen how they acquired an Lockheed AC-130 gunship or how it bypassed various radar scanners in the area. Various dump trucks with hidden interior machine gun attachments were also taken into the plan against ground interference from nearby police cars.

Two years prior to the 2013 armed takeover of the White House, both Secret Service agents Mike Banning and Dave Forbes transferred and left respectively following the failed protection of the President's First Lady Margaret Asher.

The SiegeEdit

Worldwide Reactions Edit

The White House Siege had a wide effect across the globe. With America in a state of crisis, the world would eventually descend into war. After the Navy's Seventh Fleet and U.S. military forces at the DMZ were given the order to withdraw from the Korean Pennisula, South Korea, Russia, and India have all declared a state of emergency and mobilized their military forces. However, in the Middle East, people were jubilant and American flags were burning in response to the absence of U.S. power. The absence of U.S. power almost seemed to spark full-scale wars and conflicts between several nations.


The White House Siege had a huge impact on Americans. After Banning's successful rescue of President Asher and the prevention of America undergoing a nuclear meltdown, the president was eventually reunited with his son Connor and treated for his gunshot wound. Banning's heroic actions inside the White House resulted in him being reinstated to the Presidential Detail. The Seventh Fleet and the U.S. military forces were also redeployed to the Korean Peninsula and the Sea of Japan.

However, the U.S. executive branch was crippled with several of its top officials being assassinated and all of its security personnel being killed in the siege. Numerous civilians, police officers, and members of the Secret Service were either killed or injured in the attack. President Asher and Secretary of Defense Ruth McMillan were the only top executive officials that survived. After the wound has mended, President Asher delivers an inspirational speech about the lives who were lost in the attack and his assurance that America will rebuild.

The White House and Washington Monument were also being repaired afterwards with U.S. troops raising a new U.S. flag on the White House pole. New agents were recruited for Secret Service to replace those killed. General Edward Clegg was promoted to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Allan Trumbull was promoted to Vice President following the deaths of Joe Hoenig and Charlie Rodriguez, respectively.

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