- "Old Jeb Brown the Blacksmith, he saw his mother die. A critter took a bite from her and now she's in the sky. The angels came down to Old Jeb and told him what to do. Build yourself a great machine, its punch will see it through. When you pack-a-punch, the whole damn bunch will not last very long. And while you put yourself to work, sing a country western song. "Now Jeb didn't know much about engineering so he just put his trust in the angels and set to work. After many days and many nights. A lot of blood, sweat and tears. And a little help from the angels of course. He was ready to show his machine to the whole damn town.""
- — Extended lyrics of the Pack-a-Punch Machine jingle.
Jebediah Brown is a character mentioned within Call of Duty: World at War and Call of Duty: Black Ops III, and can be heard within Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. He is the creator of the Pack-a-Punch Machine.
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- In Call of Duty: Black Ops III, when using the Pack-a-Punch, Edward Richtofen mentions a 'blacksmith in the Old West' who created the machine.
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