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Constantine Chase
race: Human, Caucasian
affiliation: U.S. Army
role: General/Commander of U.S. Anchorage Forces
location: Anchorage Reclamation simulation
U.S. Army Field Headquarters, Command tent
appearances: Fallout 3 (Operation: Anchorage add-on)
mentioned in: Fallout 3
quests: Operation: Anchorage
Paving the Way
SPECIAL: 5ST, 6PE, 6EN, 5CH, 5IN, 7AG, 5LK
base id: xx0009c1
ref id: xx0019a7

General Constantine Chase was a pre-War U.S. Army General, most notable for being the commander of the Anchorage Reclamation, a military operation that removed Chinese presence from Alaska in January, 2077, and is first encountered in the year 2277 in the simulation.



Chase was a very competent military officer, as evident by him successfully completing the Alaska campaign, but his personality was highly controversial. The General was responsible for commissioning the Liberty Prime project, as a solution to the Chinese problem in Anchorage, despite reports from RobCo and General Atomics researchers that such a combat robot was simply not feasible. Another one of his accomplishments is the making and distribution of the drug Psycho during the war to soldiers with his company General Chase R&D.

Furthermore, after January 2077, it seems he became increasingly arrogant and self-absorbed, to the point of personally overseeing the VSS project responsible for creating the Anchorage simulation, making alterations and demands that resulted in the simulation eventually becoming completely detached from what actually happened in Anchorage.

Chase was also responsible for green lighting the unofficial implementation of a military Chinese invasion training protocol in Vault 112's Tranquility Lane simulation, at the request of Stanislaus Braun. However, officially, the request was denied.

According to the ribbons on the general's uniform, he was the recipient of the: Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Army Distinguished Service Cross, Army Distinguished Service Medal, Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Antarctica Service Medal, Armed Forces, Expeditionary Medal, Gold Lifesaving Medal, and Armed Forces Reserve Medal.

Interactions with the player character

Chase informs the PC on the mission of Operation Anchorage and gives the PC the Paving the Way quest, and also tells the PC to see Thomas Morgan for squad details.


Apparel Weapon Other item On death
General Chase's Overcoat - - -


  • A terminal located in the Outcast Outpost reveals that he ordered the scientists to constantly re-do the simulation until it "felt right", aggravating his subordinates to the point where they noted it in their progress reports and doubted his sanity. This could be due to post-traumatic stress or arrogance engendered by his high rank.
  • He is also mentioned in the Failsafe Program Documentation in Tranquility Lane. Once you have gained access to the terminal in the abandoned house, before initiating the "Chinese invasion" simulation read the document underneath which explains that Dr. Braun asked for the simulation and was subsequently given the program, after being officially denied.
  • He was also responsible for the creation of the drug Psycho, and it was originally designed to increase the combat potential of soldiers.
  • He cannot be pickpocketed.
  • The player can find a "General Chase's Overcoat" on the spaceship in the Mothership Zeta expansion.
  • He is the only NPC in the game that smokes a Cigar (as opposed to cigarettes).


"I'll stick my boot up your candy ass."

Behind the scenes


General Constantine Chase appears in Fallout 3 through historical references via computer terminals, as well as in the military simulation in the Operation: Anchorage add-on. Articles relating to this character date back prior to the war.

Operation: Anchorage (add-on)

This article uses material from the "Constantine Chase" article on the Fallout wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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