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Robert Anderson was a Human male who served in the United States military in the 19th century. He was in command of Fort Sumter when the Confederacy attacked and the American Civil War began.

In 2372, Benjamin Sisko compared himself to Major Anderson when the Klingons were preparing to attack Deep Space 9. (DS9 novelization: The Way of the Warrior)

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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Mentioned-only character
Robert Anderson
Biography
race: Human
affiliation: West Tek
US Army
role: Chief Scientist
Gameplay
mentioned in: Fallout
Fallout 3
Statistics
Technical

Research Assistant Robert Anderson was a soldier and the chief scientist at Mariposa, and was the head of the Forced Evolutionary Virus human testing. In January 2077, the FEV project was moved from West Tek to Mariposa and tested on human subjects. The vats were giant tanks filled with liquid FEV. As part of the research project, human subjects were dipped inside them and then examined to learn how to control and harness the process. The experiments on humans were kept secret even from colonel Robert Spindel and his soldiers, who were to monitor the FEV experiments.

On October 10, Spindel's soldiers discovered to their horror, that the scientists at Mariposa were using military prisoners as test subjects in their experiments with the Forced Evolutionary Virus. Morale in the base broke down, and Spindel suffered a mental breakdown, eventually committing suicide 5 days later. Roger Maxson, Spindel's second-in-command, assumed leadership.

Maxson captured Anderson and interrogated him, learning about the extent of his crew's actions. Anderson said that his orders came from the government, but Maxson didn't believe him. He started screaming about how he was following orders, how he was a military man, but Maxson shot him, and the other scientists soon followed.

Appearances in games

Robert Anderson does not appear in any of the Fallout games. He is mentioned in Captain Maxson's Diary, which can be read both in the original Fallout and Fallout 3.

Mariposa Military Base
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Lostpedia

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Robert J. Anderson, Jr.
Date of Birth unknown
 
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Job(s) Production Sound Mixer
 
IMDb profile

Robert J. Anderson, Jr. is one of the production sound mixers, also known as "location sound recordist" on the film crew of Lost. Anderson appears on the extra "Crew Tribute with Evangeline Lilly" on the Lost: The Complete Third Season (DVD), where Evangeline Lilly calls him "Bobby".

Background

  • Has worked on such television shows as Judging Amy and Monk.
  • Has worked on such movies as Pleasantville and Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events.

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