The Life Extension And Prolongation program, otherwise known as the LEAP-X program, was an experimental program developed by the United States Armed Forces.
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Developed as late as the mid-2070s, the LEAP-X program was a feat of biomechanical engineering that could preserve organic tissue and keep a human subject alive indefinitely. The original concept involved the creation of a living bio-suit that preserved the entire body, but all the prototypes required an exceptional amount of power and specialized components that no more than 15 pounds of organic matter could be preserved; more specifically, this meant only the head of a person could be preserved. To date, there has only been one known participant in the program: CEO of the Nuka-Cola Corporation, John-Caleb Bradberton who was let into the program as part of Project Cobalt.