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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Also known as: Commander of UNIT
Race: Human
Home Planet: Earth
Home Era: 2000s
Appearances: DW: The Stolen Earth
Actor: Michael Brandon
"Geneva are declaring Ultimate Code Red! Ladies and Gentlemen, we are at war."

Lieutenant-General Sanchez was a US Army general and a high-ranking UNIT officer.




Sanchez was in command of at least a UNIT base and possibly UNIT's American branch when the Daleks invaded the Earth in 2009. He had appointed Martha Jones, the Medical Director of Project Indigo, a teleportation system developed which used Sontaran technology. Sanchez and the United Nations declared an Ultimate Code Red when the Dalek message of Exterminate! was conveyed to the Human race.

When the Daleks invaded UNIT's base in New York City, Sanchez and another soldier attempted to fight the Daleks as Sanchez ordered Martha to escape by means of the Project Indigo prototype. She took the Osterhagen Key with her. Sanchez was exterminated by Daleks after Martha teleported to safefty. (DW: The Stolen Earth)

Sanchez defending Martha Jones

Within UNIT hierarchy

Sanchez ranked above Colonel Mace and possessed the power to authorise use of the Osterhagen Key. He still took orders from Geneva.

Behind the Scenes

Sanchez carried a revolver with a ivory style grip much like General George Patton in World War II. Such a weapon is currently not accepted for use in the United States Armed Forces, and it is against regulations to use one as a personal sidearm. However, Sanchez is on detached duty with UNIT and as the head of UNIT could have most likely any sidearm he desired.

His shoulder patches indicates that he is from the 82nd Airborne Division, as well as a U.S. Army Ranger. However, his uniform does not include a Parachutist's Badge, (indicating that he has complete Jump School training), which is a requirement for members of both units. (However, a Master Parachutist Badge can clearly be seen on the left breast pocket of his uniform coat, underneath his ribbons, along with a Pathfinder Badge, in the scene where he approaches Martha saying that Project Indigo is being activated and in scenes thereafter)

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

A Sanchez in GTA Vice City.

The Sanchez is a dirtbike in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. It is the only dirtbike in the GTA III era games, excluding its variant, the Manchez.



The Sanchez, with its soft suspension, high ground clearance and very light weight is useful for stunt biking and offroad applications, but sacrifices speed (being slower than a PCJ-600). They can be found on the streets of suburban or rural areas, and is also sometimes used in the Stadium(s) in GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas, as part of side-missions. In GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories and GTA Vice City Stories, the Sanchez assumes the design of an older dirtbike model, complete with a large round headlight. The GTA San Andreas and GTA IV renditions feature more modernized design cues, giving the bike a sportier appearance; this Sanchez may be based on the Yamaha YZ450, indicated by the "GP-450"-sign at the back

Though its appearance remains unchanged in GTA IV (apart from its newer 4 stroke engine sound), it is still best suited for off-roading. Like all bikes in GTA IV's single player mode, the Sanchez must be driven with particular caution in traffic to avoid severe injury as the player may easily be dismounted.


Black Sanchez

A Black Sanchez commonly found in a "Trial by Dirt" sub-mission

In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City the three Black Sanchez dirt bikes appeared in the side mission "Trial By Dirt". While the player races around the dirt track with the Sanchez, Three black Sanchez dirt bikes chase the player. Rather than use guns, the Haitian riders wield Machetes, but are relatively easy to kill. These bikes appear around half way around the first lap, though obtaining one of these bikes is easy if the player waits on the spot upon beginning the mission. The player can then prepare for the arrival of the Haitians. The Black Sanchez's speed and handling are the same as its normally-colored counterparts.


The Manchez, featured in GTA Liberty City Stories, serves as an improved variant of the Sanchez with a rugged exterior and superior performance.


  • The GTA IV rendition of the Sanchez features model number "GP-450" over its rear fender, similar in format to the names of other sportsbikes in the GTA series (including the PCJ-600, BF-400, HPV-1000, FCR-900, NRG-500 and NRG-900).
  • In GTA IV, the two default radio stations in the Sanchez are Electro-Choc and Radio Broker.
  • In the beta version of GTA San Andreas, the Sanchez had the same design as GTA Vice City's Sanchez.[1]


GTA Vice City

  • Parked at the southeast corner of the dirt track in northern Downtown.

GTA San Andreas

GTA Liberty City Stories

GTA Vice City Stories

  • Parked across the road in front of the Washington Beach safehouse.
  • At the dirtbike tracks (Automatically activates Sanchez timing trials mission).
  • In the trailer park next to the fence in the east part of the park. It will be found next to a caravan.
  • In some shacks in Little Haiti where Auntie Poulet's house is located.
  • Parked in an alley in Little Havana.


  • In Westdyke in Alderney, near an abandoned mansion in the north-east corner of the map.
  • Driving around on the streets if the player is riding a motorcycle.
  • The player can spawn a Sanchez by dialing (625)-555-0150 on the cell phone.
  • Can be found next to the player after the mission Truck Hustle for Phil Bell.
  • The player drives it on the last mission, in the Revenge storyline.


  1. Beta Sanchez

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

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Release date Unknown edit
Race Human
Members NPC? Yes
Quest NPC? No, but is found while doing Within the Light
Location Mourner HQ
Sells items? No
Skill requirement? Yes
Quest requirement? Yes
Gender Male
Examine Does what too many other people aren't interested in doing.
Notable features A cleaner.

Sanchez is a cleaner non-player character found in the Death Guard's headquarters, while doing the Within the Light quest. He appears to be wearing mourner gear to protect himself from the plague, but when talking to him, he reveals himself to be just a cleaner.



  • Sanchez speaks with an Australian accent.
  • There is a famous song named "Children of Sanchez." It is unknown whether this is a reference or not.
  • He says he worked for Mandrith, before he relocated, and got paid 76,000 coins an hour, which is a reference to the well known PvP 76k trick, where players would carry 76,000 coins to maximize their PvP value and then take turns killing one another to get the best drops. Changes to PvP worlds have made this trick difficult to achieve and potentially unprofitable.
  • As suggested on the RuneScape Forums, Sanchez is most likely to be part in MEP3.
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