Our agency has evidence that World War III will occur in 1989.
Everything that can be done to avert the War is being done, but another avenue must be explored, rebuilding after the War.
Our side of the organization is dedicated to rebuilding America after the inevitable nuclear war.
In 1962 a mysterious man known by the name of Bruce Edward Morrow, origin unknown, gathered several of the country’s leading industrialists
into an organization known as the Council of Tomorrow. He seemed to have possessed the ability to transport himself and some small amount of
nearby matter into or out of the future. Building a convincing argument from the future, he and the council structured an organization dedicated
to the continued survival of the human race beyond the point of destruction.
This organization brought forth the concept of The Morrow Project.
Volunteers are cryogenically frozen in hidden bunkers and provided with supplies and equipment to rebuild civilization 3 to 5 years after the war ends
and the nuclear fallout diminishes. The Morrow Project will be coordinated by a central command post and record-keeping facility called "Prime Base."
This is an immense self-contained bunker hidden underground in Nevada. The facility's advanced life support systems will allow the Project's leaders
to survive the war and chronicle it and be in the best position to decide what should be done next.
The Morrow Project can not prevent the coming catastrophe, nor do they have the resources to help everyone immediately. We believe it is possible to help
with the rebuilding, but even this will be a massive undertaking. Plan becomes action and over the years many well-trained teams will be cryogenically
frozen in hidden bunkers to emerge at the time when their resources and help will do the most good.
Recon teams are to reconnoiter the countryside, report on local conditions and provide advice to Prime Base concerning which teams should be awakened next.
MARS teams make up the military arm of the Project—they are extremely formidable and heavily armed.
Science teams are broadly cross-trained scientific and technical units that can cope with a wide range of situations—from complex medical care and
epidemiology to understanding unusual hazards and dangerous creatures. Their areas of knowledge range from biology to nuclear physics. They are
equipped with a custom-built vehicle called the Science One and have armament second only to that of the MARS teams.
You were recruited in 1970 at the end of your tour of duty in Vietnam to be part of a six man Recon team.
You’ve successfully completed Morrow Project training and are now trusted to rebuild civilization using any means necessary.
Your team must rely on their ingenuity, training and each other to carry out the general orders of the project:
1. Assist the population in rebuilding America whenever possible.
2. Reunite with the bulk of the Morrow Project forces.