- "Sir, we believe staff may have been trying to destroy evidence implicating them in the outbreak."
- — Saber 10
Broken Arrow was a government funded program created by the United States with the primary intention of preventing another undead outbreak. It was first mentioned in Die Rise by recon Saber 5 in the radio message. According to the radios, a fire has destroyed the facility, which might have been lit by the organization's followers to destroy evidence implicating them in the zombie outbreak following the destruction of Earth.
History[edit | edit source]
Pre-Formation[edit | edit source]
During WWII, the OSS embedded spies within Group 935 in an effort to gain access to 115 technology. One of the operatives, Peter McCain, was sent by his handler, Cornelius Pernell, to "secure all visible Group 935 research of Element 115 technology".
The roots of Broken Arrow are found in Operation Stapler, the recruiting of Group 935 and Division 9 scientists and the aquisition of their research after the Allied WWII victory. On January 20th, 1946, Majors Sawyer and Staver negotiated with the USSR whilst also covertly extracting scientists and research from the axis powers.
Creation and Early Years[edit | edit source]
On November 19th, 1963, the Broken Arrow program was created by the United States government with the intention of preventing another undead outbreak after the incident at the Pentagon. Upon the creation of the initiative, the Groom Lake program in Nevada was merged with Broken Arrow. Furthermore, numerous facilities are established throughout the country in order to combat the undead threat which include the facility near the Hanford site. Experimentation began with Element 115 on August 11th, 1973, the program recovered a fragment of the element from the Japanese research group Division 9. On September 29th, 1979, a noteworthy member of the program, Russman, had begun his employment with the initiative. However, over the duration of his exposure to Element 115, his memory began to deteriorate which afflicted him for the rest of his life.
Failed Experimentation and Abandonment[edit | edit source]
Live animal experimentation began, on April 20th, 1983, with exposure to the shard of Element 115 recovered from the Japanese. Broken Arrow created mutations in order to gain an advantage in the Cold War, dubbed "bios", and subsequently on June 24th, 1986, a containment breach occurred where one of the mutated creatures escaped at the facility and massacred the employees where Russman was working. Despite this, Russman managed to escape alive and as a result of the breach, the facility is abandoned. The projects that were not affected by the breach were transferred to other facilities across the United States.
Exactly 10 years later, Russman and the rest of Victis returned to the abandoned facility where the containment breach occurred. Despite being pursued by a horde of zombies and the newly released bios, they recover the shard of Element 115 and escape through another rift.
Further Experimentation and Disbandment[edit | edit source]
Later on April 10th, 2025, Broken Arrow intentionally created the Denizens that would eventually roam the fog near the Hanford site after the destruction of the Earth. However on July 8th, 2025, the initiative accidentally created the Avogadro, potentially as an alternative source of power.
As a consequence of the declining supply of Element 115 available to the initiative, Broken Arrow attempts to excavate more of the element through a drill near the Nuketown facility. As a result of Broken Arrow's excavation into the facility, a bomb exploded outside of the facility which led to an undead outbreak at the facility and consequently, the events of Nuketown Zombies occurred. Due to the damning reputation the initiative would receive as a result of the outbreak at the Nevada testing facility, they began destroying evidence that implicated them as the instigators of the event. However, on November 5th, 2025, the primary facility was destroyed in a fire through an act of arson attempting to cover up the events that transpired. Russman's tenure at the company came to an abrupt end through this and he began to wander the fragmented Earth.
Key Individuals[edit | edit source]
- Cornelius Pernell (Operations Director)
- McNamara (Secretary of Defense (1961-68))
- George Sawyer (Major (1946), Colonel (1963), Brigadier-General (1968), Department of Defense)
- Staver (Major (1946))
- Peter McCain (Deputy Director at Camp Edward)
- Schuster (Doctor)
- Layman (Doctor)
- Hale (Doctor)
- Weiss (Officer)
- Russman (Project Manager)
- George Barkley (Case Officer at Broken Arrow, later Assistant Director at CDC Druid Hills)
- Roebuck (Sergeant) 
- Paxton "Gunner" Ridge  (Officer)
- Rushmore (Intelligence Program for Camp Edward)
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- A map can be found in the Operations building in Alpha Omega featuring the location of several Broken Arrow facilities around the world as well as places studied by the organization.
- The Broken Arrow Headquarters in Washington D.C.
- The Groom Lake site where the Element 115 depository is located as well as the teleporter link site to the Moon.
- Camp Edward where mining as well as MKAlpha operations are occuring. The APD was constructed on this site.
- The Hanford Campus in Washington State.
- An office in London, United Kingdom.
- A dig site in France deemed as a potential gateway to Agartha.
- A site where a time paradox is occuring also deemed as a potential gateway to Agartha.
- A Broken Arrow facility located in Province 22, China where weapon testing occured as well as "bios" testing.
References[edit | edit source]