Blue Brigade’s Go Bag Essentials

Blue Brigade

Blue Brigade Commander Norman Reedus explains the reasons for his choices of essential Go Bag items…

Each Zombie Survival Crew brigade has specific items crew members should stock in their Go Bag so that when a geographical area goes into alert status and crew members meet at assigned gathering points there is a base supply of essential items. In addition to assigned gear, every individual should also add any items they want or need to have at the ready in the event of an emergency.


Go Bag Essentials:

  • Rope: Hey, Charlie Bronson always has rope, so should you. One never knows when you will need to scale down a cliff. Rope also comes in handy in camp. Can’t leave stored food at ground level, bears and wild cats will be drawn to it and eat all your food.
  • Compass: The Blue Brigade are the ZSC’z navigators. They must know which direction they are going in at all times in order to lead crewmembers to the next Safe Haven on the map.
  • Hunting Knife: This slightly larger knife is not only useful for hand-to-hand combat against the undead. A hunting knife can also be used to clean animals killed for food, cut small pieces of wood into kindling, or, really, any multitude of uses. It is a perfect multipurpose tool for the Zombiepocalypse.
  • Energy Drink (liquid or powdered): As much as we hate to admit it, coffee will be a precious commodity come the end of days. To get a jolt of energy without paying the price, we suggest stocking up on energy drinks. Do note that energy powders take up less room in your go bag.
  • Slingshot: Not as effecting as a gun, but a slingshot is a quick alternative. Use this simple device to stun a zombie or small animal for dinner. Ammunition is easy; just search the ground for a few small rocks.
  • Blanket: Warmth will be ahrd to come by when the undead rise. Fires during the night will draw attention to the location of your camp or Safe Haven. A simple blanket isn’t much, however you will be kicking yourself is your go bag is without on cold nights under the stars.
  • Two Shirts: The Blue Brigade isn’t afraid to get down and dirty. However, that doesn’t mean they want to walk around looking no better off than a zombie. Keep a couple of spare shirts handy to change in to until you reach a stream or lake to wash the muck off.
  • Jeans: Same idea as the shirts, only jeans are a tad more durable. Keep a clean pair on hand for after a good fight.
  • Hammer and Nails: Sometimes a Safe Haven isn’t exactly… safe. It is the job of crew members to board up potential weak areas in the building. Wood should be easy enough to come by, so pack a hammer and nails. It will speed up the process of securing your Safe Haven.
  • Lighter/Waterproof Matches: Fire is essential to survival. Not only do you need it to cook, but also, fresh water in the Zombiepocalypse will be virtually non-existent. Water will need to be boiled to ensure it is safe to ingest.
  • Canned Pasta Meals and Oreos: The simple things will keep spirits up during tough times. Comforting foods that remind you of better times will give you the mental kick in the pants you need to rise another day and fight to save humanity from the undead menace.

Red Brigade Go Bag Essentials

Red Brigade

Red Brigade Commander Juliette Terzieff explains the reasons for her choices of essential Go Bag items…

Each Zombie Survival Crew brigade has specific items crew members should stock in their Go Bag so that when a geographical area goes into alert status and crew members meet at assigned gathering points there is a base supply of essential items. In addition to assigned gear, every individual should also add any items they want or need to have at the ready in the event of an emergency.


Go Bag Essentials:

  • One week supply of coffee – This item is priority number one for Red Brigade. For those who know me, the explanation is probably unnecessary, but for new recruits to the Red Brigade you should be warned. I am forever on the go, always overworked, and absolutely positively never to be found un-caffeinated. Red Brigade leads the charge into any battle – and all members need to be alert and ready.
  • Energy drink (liquid or powder) – This item is a “for use in case of emergency” back-up for a diminishing coffee supply or for those who *shudders* don’t regularly drink coffee.
  • Teapot – The teapot is a triple-use tool that can brew coffee, boil/purify water or be used to clock a zombie over the head if really desperate. Enough said.
  • Small camping stove – The stove is the mechanism Red Brigade members will use to heat the teapot and any other food supplies, including fresh meat procured as a result of hunting.
  • Fuel canisters – A ready-to-light fuel source is easier than rubbing sticks together, though I’m not averse to doing the latter. But in a world gone to hell it will be nice to have something “easy” on those days when the battles with walkers a particularly fierce.
  • A firestarter – This can be a lighter or waterproof matches, and again will save us from having to rub sticks together at every stop.
  • Chocolate – Does this one really need explanation? Everything is just…better with chocolate. Heck, I could be trapped in a small place surrounded by zombies with no hope of escape and chocolate bar (or Reese’s Cup) would still make me smile.
  • Multi-vitamins – Unlike the chocolate, multi-vitamins actually provide real value to the body. When Z-day hits, we’re going to be moving fast and hard, expending energy and lacking a proper diet. The multi-vitamins will help keep our bodies fortified.
  • All-purpose knife tool – Picking a lock, opening a can, freeing a member of Blue Brigade that has gotten tangled in their rope *clears throat*; the possible uses for a multi-purpose tool in a survival situation are too numerous to count.
  • Chapstick – The inclusion of the Chapstick comes from a pet peeve of mine. Not only do I go ballistic when my own lips are cracked, hard and achy, but I just can’t stand to watch someone else chewing bits of dried flesh off their cracked-up lips. Ewww.
  • Hat, leather gloves and wool socks – All three of these items will be worth their weight in gold once winter sets in. The leather gloves can also be used as a protection measure – zombies will have a hard time biting through the leather to nibble on your extremities.
  • Dental Floss – Beyond oral hygiene uses dental floss can be used like rope to tie things together (for example, when erecting an impromptu shelter from inclement weather) or to help procure food on hunting trips (as emergency fishing line or to place bait in a trap). And don’t forget it is thin and not easily detectible, especially in rough terrain, when tied between two objects like trees to act as a trip wire. You never know when that will come in handy.
  • Basic kit of Band-Aids, gauze and tape – There is very little chance that an emergency survival situation is going to unfold without some scrapes and bruises to every crew member. While a band aid won’t do much against a zombie bite, some Neosporin and a well-placed hunk of cotton with a band aid to secure it will bring much needed relief to blistered toes and trigger fingers.
  • Duct tape – Other ZSC Commanders will say the duct tape is to be used on your truly whenever I begin running around in circles screaming – fair enough. But duct tape can also be put to use in a variety of other situations. Really.

Mysteries of the Purple Brigade Revealed

Purple Brigade

When you sign on to the Purple Brigade, you sign on to a boat-load of responsibility. It is definitely not for the faint of heart or mind. The Purple Brigade must always be one step ahead of the enemy. Easy to stay ahead of brainless shamblers, you say? Then go ahead and fight it out on your own. Here’s why they are such a threat. They don’t need to sleep, they do not waver in their purpose, and their only goal is to eat… YOU!

The Purple Brigade members are the back office work monkeys of the crew. We collect all of the field reports, watch news around the globe, and analyze all information compiled. Based on all information received, we need to provide direction to the front lines, and get it to them fast. We don’t have any time to waste in preparing the troops. Oh, and don’t worry about being dissed as a “back office monkey” because in times like these monkeys earn a new level of respect.

Sapere Aude — Dare to be Wise is the motto for the Purple Brigade. In the face of danger, when others may react immediately to the threat at hand, the Purple Brigade members must dare to take those precious moments for thought before action. To be wise is to: have the power of discerning and judging properly as to what is true or right; possess discernment, judgment, or discretion. We must fight our instincts and trust our discernment to lead us to the correct conclusion. And this is what sets the Purple Brigade apart, which is why the Purple Brigade recruits scientists, IT people, writers, and philosophers. We need to have well-rounded and creative thinkers. Which is why the Purple Brigade takes pride in having Anthony Michael Hall as its First Lieutenant. He has demonstrated the type of necessary creative thinking throughout his various roles.

Led by Commander LK Gardner-Griffie, who is known as the Oracle of the Zombie Survival CrewTM, the Purple Brigade will retreat as necessary in the face of danger. The retreat is not a backing down from the fight, but essential to provide time to assess and formulate a plan to ensure the success of the crew. This is why the Oracle’s weapon of choice is the flux capacitor. In the event of a zombie outbreak, Commander LK will use the flux capacitor to go back in time to ensure that the Zombie Survival Crew has sufficient information to prepare for the hordes, which will ultimately result in victory for the crew. The Oracle may also be using the flux capacitor to scout ahead, but at this time the results of any such missions are confidential and classified Top Secret.

This all fits in with the operational policies:

  1. Running Today Keeps The Zombies Away — In order to provide the best support for the crew, Purple Brigade members must stay out of the battle fray as much as possible. The crew needs the knowledge of the Purple Brigade and they don’t have it if you are dead or join the ranks of the undead.
  2. Brains not brawn (to be kept in the head at all times) — Purple Brigade members must be nimble in thought and able to do the heavy lifting with brainpower. Being physically fit does help though, in case you need to engage in flight, not fight.
  3. Isolate the Cause–Eliminate the Threat — This is the crux of the Purple Brigade mission. Find out all we can about what is causing the problem, and then come up with creative ideas for eliminating it.
  4. Knowledge IS Power — Members of the Purple Brigade don’t need to worry about their ability to overpower the enemy in hand-to-hand combat, but do need to be able to outthink the opposition, and our ability to do so gives us power.

Go Bag Essentials:

  • Toilet Paper
  • Laptop
  • Glass Pane
  • Copper Wire
  • Tin Foil
  • Water
  • Tea
  • Toe Warmers
  • Paraffin Wax
  • Tool Kit
  • Mini car starter
  • Protein Powder
  • Fertilizer
  • Oil
  • Duct Tape

Green Brigade Stands Strong

Being a member of the Green Brigade means exercising mind and body. No doubt, you won’t be able to swing that weapon if you are out of shape, nor will you be able to strategize properly if your mind isn’t 100%, so vigilance is a necessity when it comes to strengthening both.

Green Brigade operates under Commander IronE Singleton, who believes strongly in working together as a team in order to survive together as a species.

Members of this brigade often decide from the heart and act from the mind, leaving a wealth of compassion for those who need it. The Green Brigade combines athleticism and physical strength with precision and the power of purpose. Green Brigade’s members are invariably vocal with their opinions and generous with their affection. Challengers would be unwise to view this Brigade’s apparent emotional component as a weakness, for only the truly foolish would test the Green Brigade’s impressive battle prowess.

Commander IronE’s weapon of choice is the sledgehammer for its quiet use and heavy hits. No zombie could survive a blow to the head with this baby. It makes far less noise than a pistol which helps avoid attracting a horde of walkers. Brigade members also commonly carry a secondary weapon – usually one that can be used at a distance.

Green Brigade’s motto is extra corpus vires, which means Strength Beyond the Body. The inner strength to meet challenges head on and overcome through respect for self and others is no laughing matter for the Green Brigade.


Go Bag Essentials:


Hand sanitizer

Surgical mask

Dried fruit, nuts

Water bottle, water purification tablets

Plastic bags for disposal

Safety goggles


Multi-purpose tool

Duct tape

Welcome to the Green Brigade. We’ll get you some reasons for why we carry what we do in our Go Bags soon. Until then, start preparing for the Zombiepocalypse!


IronE Singleton

Green Brigade Commander


What it Takes to be in Orange Brigade


Orange Brigade

Hang on to your hats, folks. Signing on with the Orange Brigade is guaranteed to be a bumpy ride. This brigade is comprised of truth-seekers, odd souls, and those strong in heart and body. Secrets are the bread and butter of the Orange Brigade. We collect them. We create them. We are them.

Covert ops is the name of the game. Brigade members are encouraged to study their environment and utilize whatever is at their disposal to disguise their presence. It is not uncommon for the Orange crew to become eerily quiet for long periods of time while out on missions for the Zombie Survival Crew. But do not doubt, they are out there somewhere, gathering intelligence.

The real fun comes when brigade members gather together to divulge the secrets they’ve collected. Be prepared for a lot of joking, teasing, and general mayhem. A good sense of humor, as observed by the Orange Brigade motto- Vitam gravita nimia vivis (You take life too seriously)- is essential to survival during the Zombiepocalypse. It is a natural way to vent fears and frustrations that pop up in high-stress situations. Without that outlet, survivor’s minds will begin to cannibalize, turning them into prime zombie bait.

This brigade prides itself on giving the ZSC as a whole not only the information crucial to remain a skip and jump ahead of the UGA, but also the laughter essential to continue putting one foot in front of the other. First Lieutenant David Della Rocco is a perfect fit for this aspect of the Orange Brigade. His acting abilities are likewise useful as he can assume any persona necessary to infiltrate enemy strongholds.

Commander R.C. Murphy leads this brigade with a firm hand and threats of assassination via zombie bunnies in the middle of the night. She encourages members to think outside of the box with their weapon of choice and provides materials necessary to aiding their decision. Years of training make her a force to be reckoned with when wielding a sword or knife, a skill willingly passed on to the crew should they wish to learn how to handle a weapon that won’t draw too much attention to their operations. Silence is key to maintaining secrets.

The Orange Brigade as a whole is highly skilled, incredibly intelligent, and quick to think even while the world is crumbling around them. What looks to be a hopeless situation becomes a virtual playground for them to hone their skills in. They love a good challenge. There are few limits to their drive to find the truth. Keep an eye out for them, if you can.

Go Bag Essentials:

  • Notebook
  • Pens
  • Tea
  • Water
  • Dried Fruit
  • Nuts
  • Knee-High or Tube Socks
  • Bowie Knife
  • Whet Stone/Metal File
  • Small First Aid Kit
  • Sewing Kit
  • Duct tape

Lt Blue Brigade Survival

Being a part of the Light Blue Brigade means volunteering for dangerous missions without selfish thought or motivation. No mission is ever too risky for this brigade. We use our wits and survival skills, and think quick on our feet when situations deteriorate faster than you can say, “Grab your Go Bag!” You will always find this brigade leading the assault.

Lt Blue Brigade operates under the “no (wo)man left behind” attitude, but we dispatch our enemies quickly and quietly when necessary. We take care of our own. Whether that means first aid, dragging out an injured (wo)man from the battle, or simply preparing the masses for the onslaught, Lt Blue Brigade is your first response Go To team. We are known for our courage in the face of danger, leadership, and animal handling skills. Hey, you never know when animals might come in handy and our furry friends are not only great companions, but awesome protectors as well.

Members of Lt Blue Brigade comprise a host of talented people from all walks of life. We are honored to have ex-military members, animal care workers, and middle school teachers. Just because the Zombiepocalypse has begun, it doesn’t mean education stops.

Commander Anthony Guajardo‘s favorite weapon is the machete because it is the perfect zombie killing tool. Long enough to swipe at the walkers while keeping a safe distance from their clawing hands, and sharp enough to take off their heads. With a nice weighted balance, and a design made for cutting through rainforest undergrowth, a survivalist could want no better weapon. It can be wielded, thrown, and used as a sword. In addition to its abilities to take out the shambling hordes, it can be used for hunting, food preparation, and even shaving in a pinch—but ONLY after making sure it has been cleaned off first. It is the perfect multi-purpose tool.

A few orders from Commander Anthony are that you shouldn’t talk to zombies, don’t touch them . . . in inappropriate places . . . and to keep your hands to yourself at all times. Commander Anthony also warns brigade members to not run with scissors, don’t smoke, and always wear your tight underwear.

Lt Blue Brigade claims Ted Raimi as its First Lieutenant, and we think this is a fine addition, considering Raimi’s experience with the undead. And let’s not forget those weapons of his: a Smith and Wesson .357 38 caliber revolver, and an electric cattle prod with rechargeable backpack battery for back up. Stand aside, zombies! First Lieutenant Raimi will burn what skin you have left before putting a bullet in your brain.

Fortes Fortuna Adiuvat is Lt Blue Brigade’s motto, which translates to “Fortune Favors the Bold.” In other words, our courage and first response to act takes us into the thick of things where fortune smiles upon us in the end. We might as well be shouting, “THIS IS SPARTA!” before kicking those zombies into the dark abyss.


Go Bag Essentials:
Camouflage clothing
Eye black
Rappelling equipment
Utility knives
Beef Jerky
Dog Kibble
Duct tape


Welcome to the Light Blue Brigade. We’ll explain the reasons behind our Go Bag Essentials in the near future. Until then, stay safe out there!


Anthony Guajardo

Lt Blue Brigade Commander


Surviving in Yellow Brigade

Being a Yellow Brigade member means knowing how to survive the concrete jungles once the Zombiepocalypse begins. Maneuvering around the horde-infested streets won’t be easy, but it is our job to get supplies and get out quickly and quietly. Learning the art of distraction is paramount for this part of the Zombie Survival Crew, as this skill will be needed in order to escape the cities without bringing a host of horde down on survivors.

Yellow Brigade does not leave anyone behind, but if one is bitten by a zombie, they will be asked to make a choice – remain with the shambling horde to either be eaten by them or to become one, or a bullet to the brain. Let’s face it, either way, they’re dead, so we’ll leave the decision up to them. If they refuse to make that choice, a decision will be made for them. As a means of survival for the majority, compassion will not be shown during these crises, but in all honesty, a bullet to the brain is pretty damn compassionate.

Members of this brigade never stay in one place for too long. We are the nomads of the brigades, as we don’t see the purpose in staying immobile other than to serve as a buffet for the shambling horde. We pack light with only the essentials in our Go Bags, a list of which can be found below. What we seek—which we deem damn near impossible to find—is shelter that will be completely secure from the horde of zombies, offering the ability to farm when the time comes, and fresh, clean water. Think medieval times because, let’s be honest here, a castle-like fortress is what will be needed (post on this coming soon). Otherwise, the horde will just pick us all off one by one.

As somewhat of an oddity among the ZSC, Yellow Brigade is comprised of a diverse group of people. We are chefs/cooks, mechanics, weapons experts, scholars, medical personnel, civil servants, carpenters, welders, artists and artisans, and dog trainers. That’s correct, dog trainers, because our canine friends could be very essential during a Zombiepocalypse. Think Terminator. Besides, Sean Flanery has his fully trained zombie assassin dog, Donut. Why not expand our resources? As Yellow Brigade’s First Lieutenant, Sean’s involvement in this field is paramount.

Jinxie G is adept at handling all manner of weapons, but for quiet kills, she suggests her brigade members learn the art of archery and how to use a staff. A bow can be used in the same manner as a staff at times. When trapped in the concrete jungles of our cities, quiet kills will be necessary because gunshots will reverberate throughout the streets, drawing the shambling horde right to us. We don’t want that, no siree. When outnumbered, however, the best thing to do is drive away or run like hell. There’s no sense in getting surrounded by the hungry undead, and you aren’t getting a damn medal of honor for it. Survive!

De Omnibus Dubitandum—Yellow Brigade’s motto is to be suspicious of everything and everyone. We don’t trust easily and outsiders will need to prove their worth. Members of this brigade also will not—I repeat, WILL NOT—put up with any sort of drama, domestic violence, bullying, or the like. Yellow Brigade Commander is an Amazon and will punish such offenses swiftly.


Go Bag Essentials:



First aid kit

A nice assortment of butterfly knives

Whet stone

Cashews (preferably honey roasted)

Butterscotch discs (not the generic kind)

Walkie talkies


Baby wipes

Sewing kit



Super B-complex vitamins (for energy)


Frying pan (can also be used as a weapon, if necessary)

Duct tape


Welcome to the Yellow Brigade. We’ll explain the reasons behind the Go Bag essentials in our next YB post.


Jinxie G

Yellow Brigade Commander


Blue Brigade Basics

Blue Brigade

Ready to get down and dirty? Then the Blue Brigade is the place for you. Members have no reservations about marching to the front lines, weapons in hand and emerging victorious. No matter who the enemy in question is, be it undead or the Zombie Survival Crew’s mortal enemies. And there are a lot of those in the eyes of the brigade’s commander. This Brigade is proud, loud, and always, always prepared to do what is necessary to protect their own.

Don’t think the Blue Brigade is a bunch of trigger-happy yahoos, though. The brigade is backed by brains as well as brawn. Engineers, medics, and other hard-working folks keep the crew thriving and out of harm’s way. They know their way around a map like a gator in the swamps. This makes them oh-so important in the beginning days of the Zombiepocalypse when ZSC members will be on the move, using the escape route maps to get to safety.

Driven by the motto – Fortis Suberunt (The strong shall survive) – brigade members take pride in the tools that may save their skin some day. Any down time between missions is spent in the weapons shed cleaning, mending, and testing their equipment. They are disciplined in how to handle a variety of weapons, but prefer stealth weapons such as the crossbow.

Commander Norman Reedus spearheads the effort to remain always prepared to defeat impossible situations. His messages to the Blue Brigade are often coded, forcing them to hone skills needed out in the field during ZSC missions. He travels the country, looking for signs that the first zombies have risen while also maintaining a solid line of communication with brigade members. With the help of his First Lieutenant, James Gonzaba, they have whipped together a heck of a team. Just mind the punches and kicks thrown during training sessions. It can get a little… intense.

The Blue Brigade will be one of the first called to action come the Zombiepocalypse. ZSC members should keep an eye on them and be ready to work with this brigade. Trusting a Blue Brigade member to lead you to a Safe Haven may be the very thing that ensures you don’t become an undead kid’s meal.

Go Bag Essentials:

  • Rope
  • Compass
  • Hunting knife
  • Energy drink (liquid or powder)
  • Slingshot
  • Blanket
  • Two shirts
  • Jeans
  • Hammer and nails
  • Lighter/waterproof matches
  • Canned pasta meals and Oreos
  • Duct Tape

Leadership of the Red Brigade

Red Brigade

Being part of the Red Brigade is no laughing matter . . . until your fearless leader trips over herself after seeing the Hulk.

Red Brigade may not always know the final destination, but we sure know how to get there. Members of this Brigade boast battle-tested organizational skills and an intuitive sense of when danger approaches. Red Brigade is always ready to engage and prepared to man the front lines once proper recon has been performed. Its members are also savvy enough to know when it is wiser to disengage and resume the fight another day.

The Red Brigade is known for intelligence, organization, leadership and unparalleled ability to function in high-stress situations. Red Brigade operates under strict guidelines. Members of this brigade respect the chain of command, and apply strategic engagement and cooperation. And First Lieutenant Neil Brown, Jr. is fully on board to ensure full respect of command. With his background and training, do you want to mess with him?

Red Brigade recruits rednecks (they’re not all bad), medics, and engineers. We fight to save other humans—even the not-so-nice ones.

Members of Red Brigade believe in a healthy release of stress (running in circles screaming is helpful…and less hostile than firing crossbow bolts at brigade mates).

Commander and numero uno Fearless Leader Juliette Terzieff prefers the crossbow over all other weapons for its relatively quiet use and avoidance of detection by the shambling horde. It also helps overcome her natural height deficiency – which is a main contributing factor to Juliette’s preference for avoiding hand-to-gnawing jaw close encounters. Sound will attract walkers and other humans (who may not be very nice) making the crossbow’s low noise level a major plus point. Crossbow bolts can also be retrieved and used over and over again. This weapon can also be used for hunting purposes to help secure food supply for survivors. Just be sure to sanitize the arrows before hunting if you’ve used them on zombies!

Red Brigade’s motto is Virtus veritas, which means Truth is Strength. Embracing the truth is no easy job. As the old cliché goes—the truth hurts—and it’s true. But acknowledging the reality around us, and facing the challenges straight on is Red Brigade’s standing operating protocol. Members of this brigade must always stand strong and firm, and never panic. We stand together or die alone—loyalty is prized over any battlefield skill.

Go Bag Essentials:

  • One week supply of coffee
  • Energy drink (liquid or powder)
  • Teapot (for brewing coffee and purifying water)
  • Small camping stove
  • Fuel canisters
  • A firestarter (lighter, waterproof matches)
  • Chocolate
  • Multi-vitamins
  • All-purpose knife tool
  • Chapstick
  • Hat, leather gloves and wool socks
  • Dental Floss (not just for teeth folks!)
  • Basic kit of Band-Aids, gauze and tape
  • Duct tape

Welcome to the Red Brigade and the front line defenders against cataclysmic events.

*salutes with crossbow*

Juliette Terzieff

Red Brigade Commander

It’s Your Turn Now

Dispatchers: R.C. Murphy & LK Gardner-Griffie

It’s your turn to take a shot at the Zombie Survival Crew commandersTM.

Put the bolts and the blades down – some of you look far too eager with those things – it’s not that kind of shot.The Zombie Survival CrewTM commanders are giving site members an exclusive opportunity: You get to interview us.

From May 11, 2011 through May 20, 2011 you can comment on this post, leaving any question you are itching to hear an answer to. Since we are still trying to remain under the UGA’s radar, please do not ask about the location of the ZSC home base, or anything that may give away personal details about your commanders. Too many of us have felt the sting of unwanted attention from our former allies.

We encourage you to think outside of the box with your questions. Take full advantage of this opportunity while it lasts. With the UGA closing in on our whereabouts it is unclear if we will be able to provide anyone with an inside look into the inner-workings of the Command Center in the future.

After all the questions have been collected, Command will do our best to answer the most pressing matters. Keep in mind, some of the commanders may be unavailable due to ongoing assignments, abduction, and/or mysterious internet connection problems.

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