You and I both know that's a load of horse shit. Stop treating me like one of your... "soft drink competitors." I'm here representing the U.S. Military. I already told you'd be well compensated. Now, cut the crap and tell me what you're really after.”
General Braxton was a high ranking official involved in the development of military chemical and weapons programs. He struck a bargain with John-Caleb Bradberton: In return for access to LEAP-X Program assets and technical expertise, Bradberton would initiate Project Cobalt and the development of chemical weapons of mass destruction. Following the construction of a secure Beverageer laboratory, testing began in earnest and the first findings were presented to the general, who greenlit weapons development of strontium-90 sample into the Nuka-Nuke and special power armor coating.