Characteristics[edit | edit source]
It is a recording of a man named Murnahan who was a private in the war. He stated that the "M-42s" otherwise known as the Fat Man, had just come in, and he was taking a peek at them with his buddy, surprised they were actually mini nuke launchers.
Location[edit | edit source]
This holotape is located in Fort Strong on a desk by the window in the southwestern corner of the northwestern room on the ground floor.
Transcript[edit | edit source]
Word came down that the Army just unloaded the first batch of the M-42's this morning. I've only seen the specs for these little beauties on paper, so Private Bertram and I snuck down to take an early look. When I heard that the eggheads were designing a man-portable nuke launcher, I thought they were nuts... but they actually got the damn thing to work. And after seeing the real thing sitting right in front of me, I think they could be just enough to tip the balance of this war in our favor. I mean, can you imagine the look on the enemy's face when we get dropped into Anchorage carrying these babies? They won't know what hit'em.
Notes[edit | edit source]
Despite being labeled as "Private Murnahan's holotape," subtitles indicate the voice is that of a "Captain Dunleavy," who is stationed at the sentinel site.