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Facility Director's Terminal[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove - Project Somnus

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| - Sugar Grove - |
| SigInt Analysis Division |
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| Director: CDR Whitney Gould |
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Sugar Grove IntraMail[edit | edit source]

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6-16-77: Mining Chatter[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 6-16-77
From: Spinner, F
To: Gould, W
Subj: Mining Chatter

First, I want to apologize for misunderstanding you. When you said there was an issue with miners at the Rusty Pick, I thought you were referring to underage drinking. On a related note, there actually is a problem with underage drinking at the Rusty Pick. but I now know that's not what you meant.

The recordings we took seem to indicate pretty standard anti-automation stuff. A few calls for unionization and that sort of thing. Seems mostly harmless. Nothing to worry about yet, but I think we should keep an ear to the ground, just in case. with your approval, I'd like to get a guy in there and pull undercover op. Thoughts?

8-9-77: Mama Dolce's[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 8-9-77
From: Messier, J.
To: Gould, W
Subj: Mama Dolce's

I've been following this place ever since I sent you that report about the strange overseas wire transfers we traced coming out of here. I sent word of it to one of the boys in DC, and you'll never guess what came back. After bouncing around a few shell companies all around the world, the money finally landed in China.

Consider this my formal request for a full surveillance op of the Mama Dolce's facility in the interest of national security. I bet dollars to donuts we turn up a den of Chinese Spies.

9-8-77: Surveillance Equipment[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 9-20-77
From: Cortez, M
To: Gould, W
Subj: Surveillance Equipment

Do we already have some equipment out by Monongah? I was out there setting up some surveillance for the mission you assigned me, and I came across a device that looked suspiciously like one of ours. We didn't have something going on there and forget about it did we? The thing looked like it was freshly installed. I didn't end up installing anything because I wanted to clarify the situation with you first.

9-20-77: Grafton Communists[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 9-20-77
From: Hartley, G
To: Gould, W
Subj: Grafton Communists

The strikes continue in Grafton. Don't these people understand how important steel production is to the war effort? I'd like permission to monitor the situation more closely. It wouldn't surprise me to find a communist or two in the midst of this mess. It's in the Navy's best interest to fix the situation ASAP.

We don't even have enough intel to know if whoever's organizing the strikes is the same as the one who sabotaged the mill with whatever was in that powder. You authorize the tools I need, I guarantee I'll get to the bottom of it.

10-7-77: Huntersville[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-7-77
From: Glass, S
To: Gould, W
Subj: Huntersville

With all due respect, what's the meaning of shutting down the Huntersville op? Are we taking orders from the Army now? A complete media blackout, I get. But, covert surveillance is literally what we do. What's going on there that is so secret that WE don't have eyes and ears on it?

10-13-77: Free States[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-13-77
From: Jamison, B
To: Gould, W
Subj: Free States

Here's the latest on the Free States. After the secession, we were picking up loads of activity. But they've been pretty quiet ever since the real interesting ones, like Blackwell and Clay, locked themselves up in their bunkers last month.

For what it's worth, we managed to infiltrate a few of their lines of comunication. But again, they mostly seem to be staying put and waiting for bombs to drop, as if the enemy actually has the guts to pull a move like that on American soil.

I'll update you if anything noteworthy happens. As far as I'm concerned, They can sit there and stew as long as they want, or at least until we can free up the resources to deal with them good and proper.

10-14-77: Disk Write Errors[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-14-77
From: Sickle, M.
To: _ALL
Subj: Disk Write Errors

We've had several reports of disk write errors this morning. It looks like we abruptly ran out of storage on our primary mainframe overnight. Until we can get this sorted out, I've brought a secondary tape drive online. Please reboot your terminals, and everything should be working again.

Project SOMNUS[edit | edit source]

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SigInt terminal[edit | edit source]

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/// Sugar Grove - Signal Intelligence \\\

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Run Orbuculum Diagnostic Check[edit | edit source]

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HUB_T25_No: 8/15 listening devices active
HUB_N82_So: 12/21 listening devices active
HUB_F91_Ea: 20/24 listening devices active
HUB_C33_We: 11/16 listening devices active
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Stored Documents[edit | edit source]

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8-19-77: External Contractors[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 8-19-77
From: Gould, CDR Whitney
To: _ALL
Subj: External Contractors

In the coming weeks, you may encounter one or more external contractors being escorted to or from the lower levels of the facility. These men and women are a part of Captain West's Somnus initiative, and as such, are not to be interacted with by anyone but their handlers or the facility's commanding officers.

Should you ever find any of these contractors without an escort, it is your responsibility to immediately inform the base Marines of the contractor's location.

Under no circumstances should you attempt to detain or communicate with these individuals.

CDR Gould

9-10-77: Intel Preservation Directive[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 9-10-77
From: Gould, CDR Whitney
To: _ALL
Subj: Intel Preservation Directive

To all personnel,

This is a reminder. Any and all collected intelligence must be documented and deposited into the facility's archival system. If you have not yet received your training in use of the archives, please contact your immediate superior, who will register you for the next available class.

CDR Gould

10-18-77: Unauthorized Communication Policy[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-18-77
From: Gould, CDR Whitney
To: _ALL
Subj: Unauthorized Communication Policy

To all Sugar Grove personnel,

The work we do here is of an incredibly sensitive nature. For this reason, ALL communications with or destined for sources outside our facility must first be cleared by either myself or Captain West.

Requests for information or project status from any outside sources - regardless of the rank claimed by the inquiring individual - must be forwarded directly to us. Anyone responding to such messages will disciplined.

You don't want to be the one who lets our intelligence fall into enemy hands, do you?

CDR Gould

ARCHIVES: Index[edit | edit source]

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[[A001: Aarsen, Edgar: Union Attendence Roles, MAR 2075
[[A002: Aarsen, Edgar: Surveillance Warrant, 8/13/2075
[[A003: Aarsen, Edgar: Movements, AUG 2075
[[A004: Aarsen, Edgar: Financial Documentation, 2075
[[A005: Aarsen, Edgar: Arrest Warrant, 1/3/2076
[[A006: Aarsen, Edgar: Death Certificate, 3/4/2076
[[A007: Aarsen, Martin: Notice of Adoption, 4/6/2076
[[A008: Aarsen, Olivia: Notice of Adoption, 4/6/2076
[[A009: Abberdeen, Evelyn: Chinese Visa Request, 2/12/2075
[[A010: Abberdeen, Evelyn: Surveillance Warrant, 3/01/2075
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Project SOMNUS Director's Terminal[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove - Project Somnus

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General Notes[edit | edit source]

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-Need to cut down indoctrination and reprogramming time. Current averages are at about 3 days. If we could get this average down to one day, or a matter of hours, it would greatly reduce suspicion. Until then, we will need to continue to rely on individuals with no immediate family.

-Despite our original expectations, individuals with lower mental aptitude are actually worse for the program than more intelligent individuals, because we still need to work within the confines of the human brain. Smarter people are better able to carry out orders without error, and can improvise to occlude their purpose if they are caught. Factors other than intelligence seem to influence malleability.

-After what happened with Somnus Agent AJM1068, it is evident we need to speed up our progress on the ability to deprogram individuals.

Somnus Agent DMS736[edit | edit source]

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The fact that Agent DMS746 is a local Park Ranger should prove advantageous in his efforts to move arround and not raise suspicion.

However, I believe he may be a bit hard of hearing. He understands orders more or less, but does not always accurately recognize voices. I'm worried he may hear an order from someone not associated with the program, but who sounds similar, and divulge classified information.

NOTE: 9/21/77
Agent DMS746 did not return in a timely manner after previous round of collection. Undercover agents were dispacted to find him. DMS746 showed signs of confusion, likely due to a sustained concussion, but no recollection of his activities. We've decided to decommission him for now, but keep him under close surveillance for any unexpected issues.

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Somnus Agent HGR242[edit | edit source]

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Exhibits signs of resliance to reprogramming. Double next session. If she still manages to resist, a partial wipe may be in order. We can always drop her outside her home and make it look like a late night bender. her propensity for overindulging in alcohol is one of the reasons we chose her, for this exact reason.

Somnus Agent AJM1068[edit | edit source]

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I can no longer, in good conscience, recommend the Somnus program for use in non-adult individuals. Even though AJM1068 is an orphan and a frequent runaway, there have been signs that reprogramming a developing mind may lead to adverse life-long consequences.

The good news is that it's highly effective. The bad news is that it works too well, and the subject has little ability or desire to do anything but follow explicit orders, which si fine for robots, but robots don't need to eat, sleep, or perform other biological functions.

I've called for an accelleration of the deprogramming initiative.

Somnus Agent EFB825[edit | edit source]

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We need to take better care during the reprogramming process not to inhibit basic self-preservation insitincts. Agent EFB825 came back, bleeding, covered in lacerations, and missing an arm after an apparent bear attack, blissfully uinaware that that anything was wrong.

While it's good to know this could have interesting implications for frontline military forces, it does us no good to have a trail of blood lead to our back door.

Agents were sent to scrub the trail to make sure no one traces this back to us.

Somnus Agent SEL1249[edit | edit source]

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SEL1249 is a self-described avid hiker, so no one questions her frequent disappearances. We can use her to collect data from the wooded mountainous areas nearby.

On a trial basis, we have been experimenting with inserting a wide range of combat tactics, mostly revolving around martial arts. SEL1249 has shown much promise in accepting these techniques, completely unaware to her conscious self.

Indeed, it appears SEL1249 managed to foil a bank robbery by employing hand-to-hand combat, with no recollection of the incident. Luckily, the official newsprint story attributes it to a sudden instinctual rush of adreneline triggered by the stress of the situation.

Advanced Research Terminal[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail[edit | edit source]

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10-9-77: Power Use[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-9-77
From: Greaves, N.
To: Lockhart, K.
Subj: Power Use

Hey Kyle - I'm seeing a big spike in the power draw from your lab. You running some kind of test over the weekend? I'd appreciate a heads-up on this kind of thing. I've had to switch on a couple of aux generators to keep up with demand.

10-11-77: Mainframe Storage[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-11-77
From: Sickle, M.
To: Lockhart, K.
Subj: Mainframe Storage

It looks like you have a runaway terminal process. Something's bloating one of your data files; it's chewing through storage fast. I don't want to interrupt your work, but if this keeps up, it's going to start interfering with operations. Do you want me to flip the breakers on your network circuits until you get this under control?

10-11-77: RE: Power Use - URGENT[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-11-77
From: Greaves, N.
To: Lockhart, K.
Subj: RE: Power Use - URGENT

Kyle, these numbers are insane. I don't know what you're doing in there, but you've burned out eight generators in two days. I've had to tap the civilian grid, and the transmission lines are close to maxing out. You know those reports of brownouts in Monongah? That's you.

Your lab has a hardline into the base's power, so I can't just cut you off. If this keeps up, I'm going to have to advise the general. The bill for this is going to be astronomical.

10-14-77: Disk Write Errors[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-14-77
From: Sickle, M.
To: _ALL
Subj: Disk Write Errors

We've had several reports of disk write errors this morning. It looks like we abruptly ran out of storage on our primary mainframe overnight. Until we can get this sorted out, I've brought a secondary tape drive online. Please reboot your terminals, and everything should be working again.

10-14-77: FW: Disk Write Errors[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-14-77
From: Sickle, M.
To: Lockhart, K.
Subj: FW: Disk Write Errors

Let me know when you get back from vacation. We really need to discuss your data storage needs.

10-18-77: Project PULSAR[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-18-77
From: McAllen, Gen. T.
To: Lockhart, K.
Subj: Project PULSAR

Director Lockhart:

I've had several reports that Project PULSAR is consuming an excessive amount of Sugar Grove's resources. This facility is crucial to the ongoing war effort, and any interference in base operations is absolutely unacceptable. If you are unable to exercise proper discretion and judgment in your work, you will be replaced by someone who can.

I will be conducting an onsite inspection on Monday, 10/25. At that time, I expect a full report on your research projects and an explanation of the recent incident.

Gen. Thomas McAllen

10-21-77: RE: SIPHON Holotape[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-21-77
From: Nunes, P.
To: Lockhart, K.
Subj: RE: SIPHON Holotape

Look, Kyle, I'm sorry, but you dug your own grave on this one. Yes, we still have two SIPHON tapes left, but I can't just loan them out for personal use. That was why they took the project from you in the first place, remember? And Cathy is so uptight about cost control that the system logs every interaction with them. If I were to try to sneak one out of the lab, she'd have my head.

I'm sure you can find some other way to copy your data. At least blank holotapes are cheap, right?

Research Projects[edit | edit source]

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BR-04 "LOCUST" - Vertibot Bugging Network[edit | edit source]

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RESEARCH PROJECT BR-04

CODENAME: LOCUST
PROJECT GOAL: Vertibot Bugging Network
STATUS: ***CANCELED***

OBJECTIVE
Project LOCUST is to develop a self-directed Vertibot swarm capable of covertly accessing enemy installations, hacking into mainframe systems, and extracting data of interest.

RESULTS
Engineering estimates indicate that Vertibots equipped with Project LOCUST technology would be approximately the size of a consumer sedan, making covert actions by a swarm of such robots infeasible.

CX-15 SIPHON - Data Exfiltration Program[edit | edit source]

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RESEARCH PROJECT CX-15

CODENAME: SIPHON
PROJECT GOAL: Data Exfiltration Program
STATUS: TRANSFERRED

OBJECTIVE
Project SIPHON is to develop an automated data exfiltration holotape, capable of scanning hostile networks, detecting data sources of interest, compressing the data, and extracting it for later analysis.

RESULTS
Project SIPHON achieved a successful data compression ratio of 200:1. Due to cost concerns with SIPHON's iridium-infused magnetic tape ($15 million/holotape), and multiple personal-use issues resulting in two lost tapes, project oversight has been transferred to the Sugar Grove SigInt Analysis division.

RD-68 BARRIER - Radiation Suppression Field[edit | edit source]

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RESEARCH PROJECT RD-68

CODENAME: BARRIER
PROJECT GOAL: Radiation Suppression Field
STATUS: ***CANCELED***

OBJECTIVE
Project BARRIER is to develop an electromagnetic suppression field capable of dampening gamma radiation, providing a counter to radiation weapons and enabling agents to operate in the aftermath of a tactical nuclear strike.

RESULTS
Although initial bench tests were promising, the Project BARRIER field emitter requires exponentially more power to operate at scale. At current specifications, shielding a 20ft area requires a power supply equal to three industrial nuclear reactors, making field deployment of the technology challenging.

KM-41 SPOTLIGHT - Neutrino Pulse Emitter[edit | edit source]

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RESEARCH PROJECT KM-41

CODENAME: SPOTLIGHT
PROJECT GOAL: Neutrino Pulse Emitter
STATUS: ***CANCELED***

OBJECTIVE
Project SPOTLIGHT is to develop a neutrino pulse emitter capable of remotely scanning enemy installations and reconstructing an internal map of the facility.

RESULTS
A field test of the SPOTLIGHT emitter was conducted on a civilian office building on 6/22. Subsequent news reports suggest that most of the resulting casualties were caused by a 'sudden mass psychotic episode' resulting from the scan, instead of the scan itself. Although SPOTLIGHT technology has potential military applications, its usefulness as a covert operations tool appears to be limited.

EX-72 PULSAR - EMP Weapons Development[edit | edit source]

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RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72

CODENAME: PULSAR
PROJECT GOAL: EMP Weapons Development
STATUS: ACTIVE

OBJECTIVE
Project PULSAR is to develop tactical electromagnetic pulse (EMP) weapons for use by agents in disabling or destroying turrets, robots, and other electronic security systems.

Research Logs[edit | edit source]
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Research Log: 10/4/77[edit | edit source]
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RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Research Log

DATE: 10/4/77

Four freaking tests. That's all we've accomplished today. Four tests. Having the robot fabricator in the lab helps, but our test cycles still take far too long. After every test fire, we have to break down the robot, analyze the damage, reset and recalibrate the weapon, and wait for the fabricator to assemble a new robot. At the rate we're going, we might have some results in the next century or two.

Research Log: 10/7/77[edit | edit source]
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RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Research Log

DATE: 10/7/77

Got it! I've found a way to automate the testing process. I can set up the fabrication pod to assemble a robot, pipe the fabricator's steam release into a hydraulic actuator to trigger the weapon, and then have the fabricator disassemble the robot and save off the results. Rinse, repeat. The whole cycle takes about eight minutes.

I can set this baby up to run while I'm on vacation next week and come back to a fresh set of data to analyze.

Research Log: 10/18/77[edit | edit source]
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RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Research Log

DATE: 10/18/77

I wanted data? Well, I've got data. Somewhere in there, I'm sure there's a usable result. But it's buried in 58 tape drives of steaming hot crap. 58 drives! That cute little automated test routine has eaten all the data storage on the base, enough power to run Watoga for a year, and more raw materials than the 81st Armored. And I have to dig a golden needle out of this shit in less than a week.

I'm so screwed.

Research Log: 10/21/77[edit | edit source]
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RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Research Log

DATE: 10/21/77

Nothing. I've got nothing. The test data is fragmented across the mainframe, and the system can't handle the volume. I can't even access it all, much less analyze it.

I keep hoping I can convince Pat in Analysis to give me one of the SIPHON tapes. If I could just get all of the data in one place, maybe I could come up with something, anything.

General McAllen is expecting a report on Monday. God, what am I going to do?

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RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Data Access

DATA DIRECTORY: \\Vault\ARPD\EX72\
FILE SIZE: 46751 Blocks

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Research Project EX-72 has exceeded its alloted storage capacity (46751/768 Blocks). Data file fragmentation may have occurred. Please transfer your data to an external storage device before beginning analysis.

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RESEARCH PROJECT EX-72 - Data Access

FILE SIZE: 46751 Blocks
HOLOTAPE CAPACITY: 256 Blocks
HOLOTAPES REQUIRED: 183

Please return to the main menu and insert a blank, formatted holotape to begin the download.

Analyst's Terminal[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove Intramail[edit | edit source]

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9-22-77: SIPHON Holotapes[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 9-22-77
From: Westcheck, C.
To: _SIGINT_DIVISION
Subj: SIPHON Holotapes

Project SIPHON Holotapes are a STRICTLY CONTROLLED RESOURCE. Under no circumstances are they to be issued to anyone, ever, without my direct approval. In addition to being highly classified, just one of these tapes is twice the annual budget of our entire division. If you check one of them out, the system will log it, and you'll be answering to me.

10-13-77: Disk Write Errors[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-14-77
From: Sickle, M.
To: _ALL
Subj: Disk Write Errors

We've had several reports of disk write errors this morning. It looks like we abruptly ran out of storage on our primary mainframe overnight. Until we can get this sorted out, I've brought a secondary tape drive online. Please reboot your terminals, and everything should be working again.

10-21-77: Project SIPHON[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-21-77
From: Lockhart, K.
To: Nunes, P.
Subj: Project SIPHON

Hey Pat - I need a favor. I'm sure you've heard the story by now, but I had a little mishap in my lab last week, and I've wound up with too much data for the mainframe to process. I was wondering if I could borrow one of my old SIPHON tapes, just for the weekend? The general is expecting a report on Monday, and unless I can pull my data together, I'll never be able to analyze it in time. It'd really mean a lot to me.

10-21-77: RE: Project SIPHON[edit | edit source]

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Sugar Grove IntraMail - 10-21-77
From: Lockhart, K.
To: Nunes, P.
Subj: RE: Project SIPHON

Please, Pat, I'm begging you. My job's on the line here! McAllen isn't going to take any more excuses, not once he sees the bills I've run up. I have to have something to show him. Isn't there anything you can do? It's just for the weekend. I'll have it back to you by Monday, I promise. Tuesday at latest.

Research Projects[edit | edit source]

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Project SIPHON Holotape System

CONTROLLING DIVISION: SigInt Analysis
PRIMARY CONTACT: Nunes, Patricia
RESEARCH CONTACT: Lockhart, Kyle

SIPHON Holotapes Available: 1/6

Project SIPHON Overview[edit | edit source]

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Project SIPHON Holotape System - Overview


Developed by the Sugar Grove Advanced Research Projects Division, the Project SIPHON Data Exfiltration Holotape can scan a target network for data sources of interest, copy and compress that data (with an average compression ratio of 200:1), and extract it for later analysis.

Due to cost, a very limited number of Project SIPHON Holotapes have been produced. Access is strictly limited to covert operations specialists of Grade-V or above with prior authorization. All access to the system must be logged.

Project SIPHON Access Logs[edit | edit source]

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Project SIPHON Holotape System - Access Logs


6/14/77: SIPHON transferred to SigInt (6/6)
6/14/77: Checkout to Mithcell, I. (5/6)
6/14/77: Checkout to Smith, L. (4/6)
6/21/77: Checkout to Yu, K. (3/6)
7/30/77: Mitchell MIA; SIPHON #1 presumed lost.
8/4/77: Return from Smith, L. (4/6)
8/16/77: Checkout to Smith, L. (3/6)
10/20/77: Checkout to Weims, M. (2/6)
9/10/86: Checkout to $UNKNOWN (1/6)

Dispense Project SIPHON Holotape[edit | edit source]

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Dispense Project SIPHON Holotape[edit | edit source]

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Reset User Passwords[edit | edit source]

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Analysis Projects[edit | edit source]

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Your security credentials have expired. Please contact your supervisor for authorization.