As they were finished they where taken away, one at a time - Still in their underwear.
They where taken into the meshall which had been transformed into a makeshift interrogation room. There they had to report to two Captains of the USCM and two Corporate officers from Weyland-Yutani. The W-Y pressed them all very hard about information about the Alien species:
How did they take damage from standard M41 bullets compared to the M56 smartgun bullets? Was incinerators effective against them. They had a form with checkboxes - It was hard to read the text from the other side.
The interrogations was concluded by the Marines signing a paper about absolute secrecy. They where not allowed to discuss what they had experienced even amongst themselves.
After the interrogations the Weyland-Yutani staff packed their gear while the Marines were left to attend their own business.
The APC had to be cleaned and be readied for the next mission. The dropships had to be emptied of fuel and the ordonance had to be taken out (standard procedure). Two hours later there was no trace of the Weyland-Yutani crews, except for a forgotten piece of paper that had slipped to the floor and half-way under an autochef in the messhall. It was found by Bojan as he cleaned the autochef.
Weyland-Yutani: Bio Weapons Division. Acheronian Species Combat evulation 002.
Setting: Freighter Gargamel converted to simulate Andromeda class, Space Yacht. The upper floors sealed. Lower levels made made with long corridors to resemble most corridor systems on Colonies. Acheronian implanted to fourteen cultists four weeks prior to Marine entry. Actors used to prepare them mentally without discerning what they would meet.
Marines: Standard rifle half-platoon. Two successful missions. See included personell files.
Acheronians: Queen in engine room, fourteen cultists and other criminals dressed in worker gear implanted by Stage 1 Acheronians.
Time: Self destruct sequence initiates once Marines successfully terminates the queen/Retreats/Killed-Captured. Timer set for enough time for the Marines to clear area so they can report.