He remembered running out of Baal's fortress. He remembered, vaguely, what he had done to the Jaffa who'd tried to stop him. He wondered if he would do the same to anyone who tried to stop him now...
But the only people Jack passed were bewildered airmen and technicians, their flashlights illuminating their perplexed expressions, just a flash of a frown and a questioning look and then he had passed them and they were forgotten.
And then he was at the door.
And it was locked.