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Linden grid account rogerwrigley Port of origin Lejeune Station
Name Roger Wrigley Model Aegis Serial number NS-476-32-7128
Kampff-Voet test status (?) NOT YET TESTED; TESTING REQUIRED Owner or affiliated organization USMC
Manufacturer United States Military Date of manufacture 2005-04-05
Reason for immigrating Transfer for sale for use as security in civilian business. Biography Due to a shortage of human recruits and the controversy of even having human military units anymore a line of androids were created to easily integrate into any military unit. Built stronger then an average human and with human like emotions these androids were often well liked and treated as valued friends by their fellow soldiers. Roger was one of these. For the most part androids are treated like objects so this was the first and maybe only time Roger's life was treated as valuable. Unfortunately something terrible happened to his company. These memories have been encrypted and locked so Roger can not remember any real details just flashes of events and the emotions associated.
Unit was reprogrammed for civilian use as security some time after the unit began behaving strangly. It is believe to be a small malfunction  and mimics some of the behavior patterns of those suffering PTSD on occasion. Newer units have since been programmed with less realistic personalities and do not have the flaw in there personality.
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