Crisis Committee: Area 51

Area 51 is located about 90 miles north of Las Vegas. It is a highly secretive American air force base. The exact use of Area 51 is unknown as it is strictly guarded and cut off from the public. The amount of information the United States government has been willing to provide regarding Area 51 has generally been minimal. The area surrounding the lake is permanently off-limits to both civilian and normal military air traffic. Security clearances are checked regularly; cameras and weaponry are not allowed. Its secretive nature and undoubted connection to classified aircraft research, together with reports of unusual phenomena, have led Area 51 to become a focus of modern UFO and other conspiracy theories such as the storage, examination, and reverse engineering of crashed alien spacecraft; meetings or joint undertakings with extraterrestrials, the development of exotic energy weapons for the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) or other weapons programs, the development of means of weather control, the development of time travel and teleportation technology etc.

In this committee, as scientists, doctors, psychologists, soldiers, commanders, psychiatrists, astronomers, biologists who work in the Area 51; you'll face some unexpected incidents.

This committee involves a midnight crisis. A midnight crisis is a crisis given at midnight, when something urgent happens. All the delegates are expected to stop what they're doing and gather at the committee to resolve whatever the issue is. All delegates in this committee must be willing to wake up at midnight, must be ready to unravel the crisis and must be staying at the hotel on Saturday night.

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Oğulcan Bozdoğan

COMMITTEE DIRECTORS

Area 51 Employee Folder

Mason Sanders 

Medical Specialist

Mason Sanders is a medical specialist in Area 51. Medical specialists are doctors who have completed advanced education and clinical training in a specific area of medicine. They also provide assistance in several health fields, including ophthalmology, podiatry, and optometry. Job duties include administrative tasks and basic medical functions such as drawing blood or performing simple vision tests. 

David Morgan 

Medical Examiner

Medical examiners are licensed physicians who possess specialized training in forensic pathology. They perform autopsies and inspect organs, tissue, and bodily fluids to determine the cause of death in violent or suspicious cases. David Morgan is a medical examiner who deals with the possible deaths and murders that might have occurred in Area 51.

Domenico Senator

Surgeon

Domenico Senator is a surgeon in Area 51. Surgeons treat diseases, injuries, and deformities by invasive methods, such as manual manipulation or by using instruments and appliances. They're also responsible for examining instruments, equipment, and operating room to ensure sterility.

Martin Lombart

Biologist

Martin Lombart is a biologist in Area 51 who studies possible organisms and plant life to learn more about their composition, behaviors, habitats, and how they interact with other organisms and their environment. He conducts research, collects samples and measurements, performs tests and experiments; interprets and reports their findings.

Ian Perez

Commander

Ian Perez is a navy commander in Area 51. A commander is the first senior commissioned officer rank in the Navy. As a commander, he is generally in charge of a group of other officers and enlisted personnel. He is responsible for the navy assigned to Area 51.

Jennifer Brown

Radar Specialist

Jennifer Brown is a radar specialist in Area 51. Radar specialists install, maintain, and repair fixed or mobile air traffic control, weather, ground aircraft control, and warning radar systems, related radar operator training devices, aircraft identification equipment, remoting systems, video mappers, computerized processors and communication subsystems. They operate and relocate related support and communications equipment. They also use electronic test equipment. Jennifer examines the findings in Area 51's radar systems.

Henry Scott

Aerospace Engineer

(Aircraft and Space Engineer)

Aerospace engineers typically specialize in one of two types of engineering: aeronautical or astronautical. Henry Scott is an aerospace engineer who specializes in astronautical engineering. Astronautical engineers work with the science and the technology of spacecraft and how they perform inside and outside the Earth's atmosphere. This includes work on small satellites such as CubeSats and traditional large satellites.

Joseph Williams

Astronaut

Joseph Williams is an esteemed American astronaut who now works in Area 51 after his several missions in space. He has an important role in the base combining his knowledge and experience with plans of Area 51.

Derek Hennesy

Security Guard

Derek Hennesy is a security guard who worked in Area 51 for a long time before he got fired "unfairly" as he says. He was then hired again but the reason is unknown.

Meghan Ross

Psychiatrist

Meghan Ross is a Yale graduate psychiatrist who has been working for a long time in Area 51. Every personnel in Area 51 has to through check-up sessions with regular intervals. Meghan is responsible for holding these sessions and making sure everyone on the base is mentally healthy.

Jane Hunter

Chemist

Jane Hunter is a chemist who currently works in Area 51.

She works in applied research, as well as basic research. In the applied research, she helps lead to the development and discovery of improved or new plastics, drugs, or cleaners... She is also responsible for determining the structure, properties and composition of matter.

 

A chemist directs technicians to analyze components and a material’s physical properties. They oversee the techniques and proper chemical processing of technicians and scientists. They also test operating temperatures, ingredients, and mixing times. They are required to prepare solutions, reagents, and compounds that would be used in the procedures of the labs. They ensure quality and safety requirements are kept by conducting tests on the materials. They would be required to write technical reports of their research findings and present them to engineers, scientists and others.