Secure Supplies Contract, DMZ Well Supplied Soldier Mission

Not sure how to acquire a Secure Supplies Contract in DMZ Season 3? The brand new season has just landed in Call of Duty, bringing something for everyone. And when it comes to DMZ enthusiasts, we get to play with a new faction and its three tiers of missions! One of the Redacted Tier 1 missions is called “Well Supplied Soldier”. Read on to learn how to acquire and complete a Secure Supplies Contract in under 2:30.

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Secure Supplies Contract, DMZ Well Supplied Soldier Mission
DMZ Well Supplied Soldier Mission Guide

How to Acquire Secure Supplies Contract in DMZ Well Supplied Soldier Mission

The DMZ Well Supplied Soldier Mission is a Tier 1 mission for the “Redacted” faction. Like many other new missions in this faction, it is designed in a way to encourage players to explore the new features of Season 3 in DMZ. This one, in particular, is related to the new Supply Run Contract. “A Supply Run is a great contract for gearing up when your Active Duty Operator is brand new,” reads the official blog post. “Think of it as a lower-stakes Safecracker: instead of iron safes, all your Operator needs to do is find wooden crates. All items there are free for the taking.”

So, what do you need to do here? The Secure Supplies Contract is a new type of contract which you can start during your deployment. On a map, it is represented with a green contract icon and a box on it. Check out the image below so that you know where to look. Once you find and activate the contract, you will need to secure three supply boxes to complete it. Keep in mind that, in order to complete the DMZ Well Supplied Soldier mission, you will need to collect all three supply boxes in under 2 minutes and 30 seconds. That said, that’s about all you need to know. Have fun and good luck!

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