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Camp Venture terminal entries are a series of entries found on terminals in Camp Venture in Fallout 76.

Commander's terminalEdit

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BROTHERHOOD OF STEEL ONLY

Camp Venture Training CO Terminal

Personal NotesEdit

Squires and RanksEdit

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I had a long talk with Paladin Taggerdy about the ranks of the Brotherhood. Unlike most of the rest, I am fine with them in general. Scribe, Knight, Elder - all respectable names.

But Squires? Belmonte told me what a squire actually was. They were young noble kids being trained to be knights one day. Calling a grown man or woman a Squire is just insulting.

Apparently, the argument was good. The Paladin said Elder Maxson has some other ideas about renaming the ranks, but for now he's letting people digest the changes that have already been made.

The BrotherhoodEdit

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So we're now the Brotherhood of Steel. Still hashing out the changes we need to the training regimen. All the physical skills are still valid and under my direction. Paladin Taggerdy will coordinate with Elder Maxson with regard to other training changes.

The current class is understandably confused, but we'll get it done.

Training StartsEdit

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My father said I'd never be an officer. Scroungers like us never amount to anything. He was wrong.

The Thunder's having a hard time with what we saw at West-Tek. Experiments. FEV. But there's no going back. Even if we found a General, how can we take orders? For now, Captain Roger Maxson is the end-of-the-line. Chain of command established.

I'm coming around on that Grant kid. He is another mouth to feed, but he got us into West Tek. And he made sense of the lot of it. The Lieutenant might be right about him.

Once the Camp's operational, will commence Duty Logs.

Saved ReportsEdit

MAR-27-86: Tex RogersEdit

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Since the Great War this is the first training Commendation I've issued. And it's well deserved. He didn't much look like it when Moreno found him, but Tex has the right stuff. Never seen someone take to the training like he did, especially for his age.

With the Super Mutants over by Huntersville heating up, had to shave a week off basic for the current class. Not only did Tex rise to the occasion, but he helped his squad through. Recommended to the Paladin that we fast-track him for promotion. The man's a born leader and has a sense of touch in a 51-b that you just can't teach.

NOV-09-83: K KellyEdit

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There's no one to send a letter to. I didn't know K Kelly well. We're all shocked. She was a reservist, seemed to be learning, well-liked. Poor Grant found her body.

Going through her effects, seems like she lost a lot of kin. Close kin. Didn't look it, but she was taking it hard. Given the world full of graves we left behind, I suppose I should be shocked more soldiers don't take the easy way out.

I hope the final mission treats you well, K Kelly.

JAN-03-81: E FisherEdit

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Recruit E Fisher went AWOL. Severe understatement.

One week before graduation, E Fisher showing promise. Officer of the Watch reported yesterday morning E Fisher was missing. So was one Combat Shotgun, ten boxes of shells, our salvage recon map, and other sundries. He ripped us off.

Tried tracking him down but lost him at the base of the Savage Divide. I hope to God the raiders kill him. One highly trained Army Ranger (almost) with a specialty in demolition... There are no words.

Tomorrow the LT and I are going to have a talk about our recruiting strategy. Hopefully she listens this time.

First Class Duty LogsEdit

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Command Personnel Only

Duty Log THNDR8107AEdit

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It's been 29 days since Taggerdy ordered Camp Venture online to fill out our ranks, and I'm honored to report that we're fully operational. Had to improvise the regiment without any airborne component, but everything else has been adapted.

To ensure our survival, Taggerdy needs true soldiers. Not mercenaries, not weekend warriors, but cold-blooded killing machines bursting at the seams with efficiency, determination and grit. That's what I intend to give her - the best of the best.

Duty Log THNDR8234AEdit

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Nine recruits signed up at Venture in the last month, and two already quit. Out of the remaining six, it's my opinion that four of them are worthy to join the Thunder. The remaining two will likely wash-out before the end of the week.

The only way to earn my respect her is to graduate, there are no prizes for second place.

Duty Log THNDR8881AEdit

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In regards to the fatality, I'd like to state that while the recruit's passing was regretful, it wasn't a surprise. With an intense training regimen, some breakage was, and still is, to be expected. To prepare these recruits for battle, I have them perform live-fire exercises against hostile targets. It's the only way to ensure they are fully ready for battle.

I sent a formal request to Taggerdy to join us for the fallen recruit's funeral. Hopefully she can attend, and we can put this tragedy behind us.

Duty Log THNDR8708AEdit

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As expected, we're down to four recruits. I'm getting pressure from Taggerdy to accelerate training, but I'm going as fast as I can. She said she'd wait until I considered them ready.

The only obstacle is the lack of Power Armor parts. New recruits overwork the hydraulics, which leaves the suits out of commission until they're repaired. I've asked for replacements, but Taggerdy's saving them for the soldiers in the field. For now, I'll just have to make do with that we have.

Duty Log THNDR9114AEdit

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Pleased to report the first class has graduated and have joined Taggerdy's Thunder. I'm certain that they'll prove to be worthy soldiers and honor the ideals set forth by the Lieutenant and Captain Roger Maxson.

As word spreads that we're seeking soldiers, new recruits show up at Camp Venture. They're eager to learn what the Thunder has to offer, and some are ex-military, perhaps looking to rekindle that sense of structure they lost after the bombs.

Perhaps in a few years, we can call ourselves an army. That would be a hell of a thing.

TerminalEdit

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Welcome to ROBCO Industries (TM) Termlink

ArchivesEdit

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Edward "Eddie" Hayes Jr. files. Archived 11/02/2081.

March RosterEdit

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Current attendees for March training:

Ella Ames
Casey Banks
Randy Calloway
Raleigh Clay
Martha Clay
Michael Clay
Jacob Lerner
Jesus Sunday
Juan Diego Sunday
Charlie Sutton

ScheduleEdit

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Edward "Eddie" Hayes Jr. files. Archived 11/02/2081.

Week 1Edit

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Fitness
- Level 1 Cardio
- Level 1 Strength Training

Survival Skills
- Building a fire
- Clean water
- Shelter

Week 2Edit

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Fitness
- Level 1 Cardio
- Level 1 Strength Training
- Level 1 Hand to Hand Combat

Survival Skills
- Target practice
- Field dressing
- Safe vs poisonous flora

Week 3Edit

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Fitness
- Level 2 Cardio
- Level 2 Strength Training
- Level 2 Hand to Hand Combat

Survival Skills
- Wilderrness navigation
- First aid
- Signals

Week 4Edit

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Survival application week
- Obstacle course competition
- Survival trial

Personal NotesEdit

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Edward "Eddie" Hayes Jr. files. Archived 11/02/2081.

Group AssessmentEdit

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The next group I'm about to take on is mostly Free States members plus stragglers. Time to whip these kids into shape. Maybe even convert those few who haven't seen the light of day yet.

Raleigh says he wants my best, so I aim to please. These kids won't find any mercy in my camp.

Ella AmesEdit

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I don't normally comment on just a single trainee, but this Ella Ames is something else. Apparently she's got VTU medical education on top of her extensive knowledge about Appalachia flora and fauna. She knows her way around a firearm, how to dress a deer, and even has a couple wrestling moves up her sleeve.

If things really go down as Raleigh's saying, her bunker's the first place I'm heading to should anything happen to mine. Hell, I'd make some excuse to get locked in with her and her family if I wouldn't upset their supply balance.

Bunker DevelopmentEdit

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I'm debating if I should go into bunker development during these camps. I suppose it wouldn't hurt to show what the space would be like. I could take them to mine, but I'm not about to give up the location. I've heard some of the Free Staters have had their share of problems with locals trying to sabotage their efforts. Knowing my luck, they bother me, I put a few fellas in the hospital, and no one wants that.