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Captain: You have no idea what the damn thing is capable of.
Captain: And you're lucky if they even tell you the whole story.
Captain: They told us to "bag and tag".
Captain: They didn't tell us about not looking at that thing.
Dr Alex: Could you describe your mission please?
Captain: We had two choppers, one with my team and one on backup with Zulu 9-B and Dr john.
Captain: We spotted the target about two clicks north of our patrol path.
Captain: I'm guessing he wasn't facing our direction, else he would have taken us out then and there.
Dr Alex: Your report says SCP-096 didn't react to the cold?
Captain: It was -12 degrees.
Captain: Actually it was -15 degrees.
Captain: Anyway, we landed, approached the target, and Coporal Gabriel got ready to bag it.
Captain: That's when Doctor called.
Captain: I turned to answer it, and that's what saved me.
Captain: The target must have turned and my whole squad saw it.
Dr Alex: That's when SCP-096 entered an agitated emotional state?
Captain: Yeah. Well, I never saw its face.
Captain: My squad did, and they paid for it.
Dr Alex: Could you describe it a little more, please?
Captain: It started screaming at us, and crying.
Captain: Not animal roaring, sounded exactly like a person.
Captain: Really creepy.
Captain: We started firing when it picked up Corporal Gabriel and ripped off his leg.
Captain: We were blowing chunks out of the target, round after round.
Captain: Didn't do anything.
Captain: We even used a machine gun.
Dr Alex: Did it do damage?
Captain: It didn't even flinch.
Captain. It kept tearing apart my squad, but with half of its torso gone.
Dr alex: But it was taking damage?
Captain: If it was, it wasn't showing it.
Captain: It must have lost all its organs, all its blood, but it didn't acknowledge any of it.
Captain: Its bone structure wasn't hurt at all.
Dr Alex: So no actual structural damage.
Dr Alex: How many rounds would you say were fired at SCP-096?
Captain: At the least?
Captain: A thousand.
Captain: Our door gunner kept his machine gun on for at least twenty seconds.
Captain: Twenty SECONDS!
Captain: That's six hundred rounds.
Captain: Might as well been spitting at it.
Dr Alex: This is when Zulu 9-B arrived?
Captain: Zulu 9-B managed to get the bag over its head and it just sat down.
Captain: We got it into the chopper and got here.
Dr Alex: We have a picture of SCP-096, do you want to see it?
Dr Alex: All right, we are done here.
Dr Alex: The Captain left the interview room 22.
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