Master Sergeant Raymond Esteban was a Military Policeman assigned to the United States of America Robotics Technology Facility RB-2851 prior to the Great War. Unlike his co-worker, MSgt. G.C. Broadrick, Esteban was ruthless. When put in charge of the cell block, he initiated a cell block and had the prisoners starve and wither until they became docile. Hus rationale was simple: The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. Who cares about a couple of inmates?
- RB-2851 terminals; Watch Station Terminal, 0L68-LLRM001: "Personal Log Entry: Msg. Raymond Esteban, U.S. Army M.P. Division
Broadrick got reassigned out of the facility today. I think they have him scrubbing toilets at some backwater listening post in Anchorage now. They put me in charge of the cell block and I initiated Gamma-IX status. After two days, the threat of rioting has ended and everything is back to normal. The brass gave me the go ahead to start sending people to the medical section, and everything is proceeding as planned.
If we have any hope of beating the enemy at their own game, we need to get these robots online - who cares what happens to a few lousy inmates. I told Broadrick he needed to fall in line, but he wouldn't listen. Of all people, I would have expected him to understand that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few."