Aliens: Bad Company Audio Books
Book 1: Crash Course
Bad Company, Book 1: Pvt. Daniel Spunkmeyer finds himself launched into adulthood early after enlisting underage to get away from home. He knew joining the Colonial Marines wasn’t going to be easy, training to be a pilot even less so, but he wasn’t prepared to deal with a stone-hearted instructor and a hard-hitting revelation about his own past.
Book 5: Burning Bridges
Bad Company, Book 5: Gunnery Sergeant Scott Gorman attempts to uncover the mystery surrounding the disappearance of his great-uncle, Jethro Waits, from Sevastopol Station. 38 years prior, Waits endures horrors and loss as Sevastopol deteriorates around him.
Additional Files Awaiting Declassification
By order of the Commanding General, US Colonial Marine Corps Command, all additional audio logs related to Colonial Marine Corps encounters with Xenomorph Species XX121 remain classified as Sensitive Compartmentalized Information-Top Secret, pending further review and censorship.
THESE DOCUMENTS CONTAIN INFORMATION AFFECTING THE
NATIONAL DEFENSE OF THE UNITED STATES WITHIN THE
MEANING OF THE ESPIONAGE LAWS, TITLE 18, U. S. C.
SECTIONS 793 AND 794, THE TRANSMISSION OR REVELATION
OF WHICH IN ANY MANNER TO AN UNAUTHORIZED PERSON
IS PROHIBITED BY LAW.
In addition to security requirements which apply
to this document and must be met, each transmittal
outside the Department of Defense must have prior
approval of Commanding General, US Colonial Marine Corps
Command, MSF Sol – Barreto Station, L-4 Earth-Lunar system.
DEPARTMENT OF THE COLONIAL MARINE CORPS
UNITED STATES COLONIAL MARINE CORPS SECURITY BOARD
COLONIAL MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON
JULY 27, 2179