Justin Green

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Mentioned-only character
Justin Green
Biography and appearance
RaceHuman
GenderMale
AffiliationUnited States of America
United States Army
United States Army Robotics Division
RoleProduction supervisor
RankLieutenant
Gameplay
Mentioned inAutomatron
 
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Lieutenant Justin Green was transferred to run the robot production of RB-2851 prior to the Great War of 2077.

Background[edit | edit source]

Following an inexcusable drop of inefficiency at RB-2851 (below 90%!), Lieutenant Green was transferred to oversee production control at the facility. His disdain for civilian contractors and the private sector[1] resulted in draconian discipline measures. Firing the civilian staff one by one - typically for lost paperwork, mislaid supplies, poor quality assembly - he eventually managed to replace the entire staff with enlisted personnel. The list of employees removed from the department included Sara Wolliczek, responsible for robobrain psychology.[2]

The sacrifices were not in vain, however, as Lieutenant's Green Production department was operating at 100% efficiency. Everything on budget, on time, and without mistakes.[3]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Justin Green is mentioned only in the Fallout 4 add-on Automatron.

References

  1. RB-2851 terminals; Production Control Terminal, 0D77-HR056: "Got transferred over to run Production Control today. The idiot from General Atomics got pulled after he let the department efficiency drop below ninety percent. Private sector buffoons have it so easy... imagine being content with such a crappy rating and not even having to account for the shortfall.
    I'm going to start getting things back on track down here and show those civilians how the U.S. Military runs the show."
  2. RB-2851 terminals; Production Control Terminal, 0D77-HR078: "It took a while, but I finally weeded out the last of those General Atomics ingrates from my department. Who the heck did they think they were anyway? I've never seen a lazier bunch of good-for-nothing layabouts in my life. Lost paperwork, mislaid supplies, inferior assembly work - you name it, and these clowns were the cause.
    Then there was Sara Wolliczek. She was supposed to be G.A.'s pride and joy down here. I caught her hooking up the Robobrain heads to one of our recompilers and trying to have a conversation with it. Asking it "was it sad" and "could it feel pain" Are you kidding me? I fired her on the spot.
    How a private company gets anything done without discipline I'll never know."
  3. RB-2851 terminals; Production Control Terminal, 0D77-HR090: "I'm pleased to report that the department is back up to one hundred percent efficiency. Now that the section is staffed entirely by soldiers, the work is getting done on budget, on time and without mistakes. That's how you run a damn assembly line.
    Stick that in your pipe and smoke it, General Atomics."