|“||Mr. Gupta's little trick with the encoder worked... they gave their last position 70 miles from here. The British Navy will never find them.||„|
|~ Captain Scott after the sinking of the Devonshire.|
He was portrayed by Mark Spalding.
Being an employee of the CMGN, Scott became involved in Carver's plot to provoke a war between England and China as the Chinese government refused to sell their broadcasting rights to the CMGN. To that end, Carver arranges for Scott to commandeer a stealth boat (built by General Chang) in the South China Sea. Using the stealth boat, Scott and his crew tracked down a British frigate called the Devonshire along with two airborne Chinese MIGs.
After Richard Stamper gets Timblin to attack the ship with a torpedo-like machine drill called the "SEA-VAC", Scott ordered a missile to be fired at one of the MIGs, killing the pilot in the process. Following Stamper's murder of 17 survivors, Scott sends in his divers to the sunken ship to steal a missile right before Henry Gupta erases the ship's location from the GPS system in order to frame the Chinese for the attack.
With the brink of war at hand as the arriving British fleet and Chinese Air Force were about to attack each other, Scott tags along with Carver's next move to launch the missile into Beijing, as Carver intends to wipe away the Chinese government and let Chang take over in exchange for receiving broadcasting rights in China for the next hundred years. Fortunately, James Bond and his partner Wai Lin arrive to the stealth boat, where they took down many of Carver's crewmembers after sending messages to their governments about Carver's plot. Upon receiving the message, the British fleet fired at the stealth boat, prompting a nervous Scott to order his remaining crew to flee. However, before Captain Scott put in the final touches for the imminent launch, he and another crewmember are shot down to their deaths by an arriving Bond.