"Are you willing to undertake a dangerous mission for the United States, knowing in advance you may never return alive?" Operatives for the OSS (Office of Strategic Services) carry out critical and dangerous missions during wartime. They were sent to set up hidden radio networks, to blow up bridges and highways, and to rescue Allied prisoners of war. These missions were carried out not only in Germany and Japan, but also in countries like Casablanca, Tibet and Siam. True to life, in these Cloak and Dagger stories, sometimes the heroes are betrayed and sometimes the good guys die.