Layout[edit | edit source]
Near the west entrance is a doorway to a kitchen with some Boomer chefs inside. In the middle of the hall are tables and chairs, as well as several Boomers eating. A couple of VR pods, used as flight simulators, can be found in the southern part of the mess hall.
Notable loot[edit | edit source]
- Two Sunset Sarsaparilla star bottle caps - On the easternmost table.
- Inside the Boomer munitions manager's store at the northwest end of the hallway a mini nuke can be stolen. It is in a box on the top, righthand shelf at the back.
- Near the western end of the building, there are many ammunition crates that primarily house missiles. Altogether, there are over 100 missiles scattered throughout various crates, all of which must be stolen.
- As of patch 220.127.116.115, fewer missiles appear in the crates. It is still possible to find 15-20 missiles and various other ammunition, however.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
The mess hall & munitions storage appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
The munitions storage part of the building is based on the real world facility within the Nellis Air Force Base, known as the Nellis AFB Weapons Storage Area. Similarly to the in-game location, it is located on the northeast side of the base.
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