Name: Warner, Benjamin Phillip
Unit: Echo Team
Supervising Physician: Keegan, Anna
SRPA Test Case: 80327-44F
K.I.A. August 11, 1951
Reclaimed by SRPA Tactical Ops August 12, 1951. Recruited into Sentinel Program
August 13, 1951. Currently under command of Major Richard Blake, acting Director of
Tactical Ops at SRPA Station 003 (SFCA).
Subject responded favorably to stage two inhibitor, however has since volunteered for
clinical testing of stronger stages. At the time of this report (February 11, 1952) subject
had taken both stage three and four inhibitors, the latter of which resulted in cardiac
arrest due to improper antigen incubation.
Subject is to be released from clinic pending full body workup and psychological
profile. Recommend immediate return to stage two inhibitor.
September 18, 1951: SRPA-770 - Broke SRPA Code of Zero Correspondence.
Attempted to make contact with wife Laura and son Jacob. SECOND WARNING.
March 22, 1952: UCMJ-86 - Absence Without Leave. Left SRPA-3 (SFCA) facility and
attempted to reach family in Twin Falls, Idaho. X-RAY Squad successfully retrieved
Sergeant Warner prior to contact. Received 30 days in stockade.