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"I can't believe she moved that fast. And that salute!" Jason laughed a bit.
"That was pretty funny," Dornan chuckled. "She's had some military training."
"She was a soldier." Jason told him seriously.
"Yeah. She showed the brass she could make it. Passed every test they threw at her with flying colors. Including the physical ones."
"Wouldn't know it to look at her," Dornan said sarcastically."
"Not now, no."
"So she started out as a grunt and ended up an egghead?"
"Yep. Thing is they didn't know about her brains because she wasn't really letting on. Guess she got made fun of a lot in the town she came from. Anyway, they didn't have power armor small enough to fit her."
"Damn. We know what that's like," Dornan said remembering how he'd had to have special armor made because of his large size. Jason had gone through the same thing previously because he was the same size as Dornan.
"Yeah. Well, I guess she made her own armor."
"Yeah. Not only that, but it was more advanced than any that had been made before."
"She's the one that created the Nav systems for the armor last year?"
"Damn." Dornan whistled in appreciation. He loved having the Nav system installed in his armor. "She's one smart cookie then. She can't be more than twenty though."
"She's nineteen. She'll be twenty next week, I believe."
"Let me guess," Dornan said. "You're worried that with the way that's she's going, she isn't going to make it to her twenty first."
"That's it exactly. And if we lose her, the enclave loses one of its best scientific minds." He pulled at his shirt collar. "And I could lose my rank."
"So what are you going to do about it?"
"She jumped when you told her to jump."
"So. Most soldiers will jump when a sergeant yells at them. It's conditioning."
"True. And I'm thinking that she needs to be treated like a soldier more often." He smiled wickedly at Dornan.
"God, I don't like that smile! I know what you're thinking and the answer is no."
"Come on Sarge. The good doctor obviously needs a keeper and you're perfect for the job."
"No." He shook his head emphatically. "I already have enough on my plate."
"Don't make me pull rank on you soldier."
"You're an ass," Dornan said throwing himself down on a chair.
"So that's a yes?"
"Yes." He sighed as if the weight of the world was on his shoulders.
"Great," Jason said rubbing his hands together gleefully.
"I do things my way though."
"I mean it Jase, the minute she comes whining and crying to you, you send her right back to me."
"Word of honor," Jason said.
"And she only gets three days a week in the lab."
"What!?" Jason sat bolt right up in his chair.
"And only eight hours at a time."
"What part of best scientific mind didn't you understand?"
"My way or the highway," Dornan said not backing down.
Jason sat back and stared straight at Dornan who stared right back at him, not cracking one bit. This was the Dornan Mackay, he knew best. The one who never backed down, no matter what the situation was. The one who had watched his back for the last twelve years.
"Okay," Jason finally said. "But if the situation hasn't improved in one month's time, then we re-evaluate."
"Done," Dornan said nodding his head.
Jason grabbed a couple of bottles of water out a small fridge, neither of them had ever been one for booze, and they sat in companionable silence for a while.
"Well," Jason said checking the time. "Should we go see if the good doctor is done with your armor?"
"Let's," said Dornan and they both headed back to lab D.
"Armor's on the table," Kali pointed with a screwdriver, not looking up from whatever she was fiddling with. "I replaced the right panel on the chest, too."
"Lunch time, Kali," Jason said.
"I'll get something a bit later," She told him still not looking up at them.
Jason nodded to Dornan.