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UNSC Biological-Technology Force Enhancement, or Bio-Tech Force Enhancement for short, was a UNSC developmental program ran from 2568 to 2581 then put into action in '84. The goal of the program was to increase the combat capabilities of UNSC forces with no serious side effects.

The eventual resulting modifications incrementally increased the abilities of normal humans, and was administered to every Soldier, Marine, Navy and Airman.



Drug Therapy

  • Type-λ Anabolic steroids: The Type-λ Anabloic Steroid is a reliable, safe Steroid that has been in use for over 250 years. The Type-λ Steroid, only cleared for UNSC use in 2546, out of desperation, is a synthetic Anabloic Steroid with very few side effects, is 'gender-safe' and has little hormonal interference. The drug strengthens muscle strength, density, encourages growth of new muscle fibres. It also encourages strengthening of bone tissue. The drug, mixed with a carefully controlled diet, increases the strength of the user by 13%.
  • 89567-MC11: Decreases muscle recovery time from strenuous exercise, increasing stamina.
  • 47833-BY22: Drugs that speed up the breaking down of fatty energy stores in the body (Conserved by Service diets) during strenuous exercise, increasing the amount of energy available.

Gene Therapy

  • Servicemen and women receive a number of gene therapy sessions to increase their natural strength and intelligence, and increase their resistance to certain chemical, biological of radiological elements. Two month after care provides gene repair and nano-machine treatment, protecting users from potentially lethal DNA fragmentation.

Cybernetic Implants

  • Servicemen are implanted with the tried and tested Neural Interface. Using galactose fed neurons, augmented with viral macrophages, grown into specially designed microcircuitry, a link between man and machine can be created. From here Servicemen, through a safe and quick procedure, can be linked to their armour, command, communications and weapon systems through their neural lace. Signal to noise ratio usually falls within acceptable paramters, with nano-machine surgery and treatment to enhance bond. Neural interface consists of a standardized Z11 port for interaction with 'Tap Wire' plugs, usually found on armour or vehicle systems and four small Hard Line plugs, for accepting Hard Line jacks, allowing the user to interface with a variety of smaller technology. While the Tap Line port is positioned at the base of the skull, with its main port being tied to the cerebellum.
  • A variety of vascular implants filter out drugs and viruses, giving users a high resistance to biological and chemical weapons, such as viruses and toxic gas, that are absorbed through the lungs or ingested.
  • Nervous System Implants that can defend against nerve gas weaponry.
  • Endoskeletal weaves are applied to all major bone structures. This is done with micro-nanite surgery which reinforce the skeleton with a synthetic armour weave, making bones substantially stronger.
  • Major muscle groups are treated with nanite colonies that perforate muscles with synthetic fibres that increase the strength of the muscle and resistance to damage, while decreasing the potential damage gained for muscle exertion, making Servicemen stronger, more hardy and giving them greater endurance.
  • The skin is impregnated with a micro-lattice of strong sythnetic fibres to increase over all resistance to damage and reduce the harmful effects of UV light and burning against skin.
Equipment of the UNSC

Armour Systems

M4A2 Body Armour | M6B SOBA | M7 OGRe | M19 HazOp Armour | M26 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Armour | MJOLNIR Mk. VII | SPI Mk. III | M37 Pressure Suit | M11 Stealth Suit | Advanced Combat Engagement System | ARES | Infantry Shield Grading | Infantry Body Armour | Nanotech Polymers | Bio-Tech Force Enhancement | AEGIS | AURA Module

Camouflage Technology

Active Camouflage field | Camouflage Cloak Mark II | DU-35 Optical Camouflage | Active camo Tech | ECM Technology | 2606 Thermal Optical Camouflage

Warship Technology

Capital Ship Shield Grading | Shaw-Fujikawa Model 52 | Plasma Fusion Drive | Firestorm CIWS | Windstorm CIWS | Thunderstorm CIWS | Decoy Launcher | AN/SLQ-1011 PAVE FAITH | Slipspace Scrambler Installation | Ship Armour Plating | Ship Boring Umbilical Laser | High Orbit Precision Entry | Starcraft Weaponry (Necros)

Spacecraft Technology

Starcraft Shield Grading | Spacecraft armour | DECEPTION | Area Defence and Interception System | X-13 Series | SUBTERFUGE


TERRA Ion Satellite | LUNA Laser Satellite | SOL Laser Satellite | COMET Directed EMP Satellite | METEOR Kinetic Bombardment Weapon | ASTEROID Kinetic Bombardment Weapon | HELIOS Satellite

Aircraft Technology

BELLIGERENT | Gunpod Technology | Hardpoint Systems | X-13 Series | SUBTERFUGE

Ground Vehicle Technology

M980 WAO/AM DW | CARAPACE DAPS | Armour technology | ADIS System | REBOUND | NOCTURNAL | BLINDER | Artillery Fire Control System | PALADIN Weapon Station | NEMESIS | AN/VLQ-1010 PAVE HOPE

Stationary Weapons

Mk, 2588 Trebuchet MAC | M388B Hecatoncheires ADS | M389A Briareos ADS | M8A2 Wolf Spider ADS | Longbow Missile silo

Mobile Equipment/Weapons

Shortbow Missile Trailer | MOLE

Infantry Equipment

Ghost | Defuser | DV-4 Energy Shield | DV-5 Energy Shield | SL-4 Beacon | Misriah Rails | Radio Pack | Communication Pack | Battle Dress Utilities | Battle Equipment Utilities | AC4 Helmet Mounted Display | AC5 Heads Up Display | M-1126 Explosives Installation Tool | ABC Scrambler | Electronic Engagement System | Cybernetic Attack System | PAVE ROOK Sensor | SPHINX System | G-Pack | M35 Beacon

Mobile Equipment

B-68 Command Post | Type-D Resupply Canister

Medical Technology

Elixia | Biofoam | Defibrillator | Adrenal Booster | MethAmp | Reflex Enhancer | K-Boost

Other Technology

War Net | Artificial Intelligence (Necros) | LAIRD | RATS | Liquid State Electronics | EXCALIBUR | Pyrosene-VI