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How to complete No Man Left Behind quest in Gray Zone Warfare
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Gray Zone Warfare: Leave No Man Behind quest guide – How to find and mark the body

Find the missing ally, and make sure they can have a proper burial.

For the Leave No Man Behind quest in Gray Zone Warfare, it’s up to you to track the person who has been killed near the city’s town hall. Not only do you need to track down the body, but you need to place a GPS tracker on it too.

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You can expect the town hall to be heavily guarded when you arrive there. Also, the exact location of the body won’t be known. You have to track that part down in GZW and use nearby clues to help narrow down your exact route. And like Gunny’s previous mission, you also need to remember to pack a critical item.

Where to find and mark the body in Leave No Man Behind in Gray Zone Warfare

The exact location of the body is close to the town hall, but the location of the town hall varies for each faction in Gray Zone Warfare.

Before leaving Base Camp, ensure you have at least one tracker in your inventory. Gunny gives you one when you accept this quest in GZW, but if you die in an attempt, you’ll likely drop it. Gunny sells them for $50 at the bottom of his vendor.

You want to clear the area around the town hall, as multiple GZW’s NPCs are wandering around this quest location. Many of them will be loitering around the front entrance; you should be able to do short work on them and the surrounding area.

Leave No Man Behind body location for Lamang Recovery Initiative

The town hall for Pha Lang, the starting area near the Lamang Recovery Initiative base, is located on the south side of the town, at map coordinates (203, 161).

After clearing the Town Hall area of hostiles, head southwest toward the small houses and alleyways. You should find either an alleyway entrance you can go through, near the mound of dirt and discarded bed frame, or if you’re like me, you there’s a small section of sheet metal fencing between two buildings you can climb over that will put you right next to the body.

Once you’ve found the body, you must approach it and place the GPS tracker on it. Like Gunny’s previous quest, Cache Retrieval, you’ll need the tracker to be in your inventory to put it on the body. After you’ve done that, you can return to Base Camp and turn in the quest to Gunny to check off another task in GZW.

Leave No Man Behind body location for Crimson Shield International

Kiu Vongsa body location next to Town Hall in Gray Zone Warfare.
Kiu Vongsa dead body location for Leave No Man Behind. Screenshot by Dot Esports

The town hall for Kiu Vongsa, the starting area near the Crimson Shield International base, is located on the east side of the town, at map coordinates (143, 163).

You want to search the houses around the town hall, not the hall itself. A good indicator that I was on the correct path was looking for a small mound of dirt and a brown bedframe thrown on the ground. These are good markers to indicate you’re close to an alley, and when you look down the alley, there’s a trail of blood and bullets on the brick wall. This is where you’re going to find the body.

Leave No Man Behind body location for Mithras Security Systems

Leave No Man Behind body location for Mithras Security Systems in GZW
The town is crawling with enemies, so be careful. Screenshot by Dot Esports

The town hall for Nam Thaven, the starting area near the Mithras Security Systems base, is located on the west side of the town, at map coordinates (170, 119).

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