|Location:||La Cañada Flintridge, California|
|Employees:||Christopher Henderson (Senior VP)|
Joanna Tandy (secretary)
Alan Burkett (scientist)
John Stratton (security guard)
|First episode:||"Day 5: 4:00pm-5:00pm"|
|Last episode:||"Day 5: 5:00pm-6:00pm"|
Omicron International was a major Department of Defense contractor that manufactured the Sentox VX nerve gas. Its headquarters were located in La Cañada Flintridge, Los Angeles. Omicron had a subsidiary called Terra-Dyne headquartered on their premises.
Day 5[edit | edit source]
After receiving a chip from James Nathanson, Jack Bauer discovered that the name of former CTU Director of Field Operations Christopher Henderson was on it. Henderson was working as a Senior Vice President at Omicron, and Jack decided to question him at Omicron's headquarters.
With the help of Audrey Raines, Jack managed to deceive both the security guard and a secretary, Joanna Tandy, and entered Henderson's office. Once inside the threshold, he was stunned by Henderson using a stun gun. After Henderson used smelling salts to wake him up, Jack demanded answers from Henderson to see if he was involved with the disappearance of the nerve gas canisters and the attack on the Sunrise Hills Shopping Mall. Henderson disavowed any knowledge of the crimes, and took Jack to the Sentox Project bunker where all the research was done. There, Henderson revealed that Alan Burkett and at least two other Sentox scientists died under suspicious circumstances. Henderson then left and locked Jack in the bunker, and unsuccessfully attempted to kill him with a hidden bomb.
Scott Evans was the lead pilot for Omicron, until he was apprehended by CTU for conspiring with Henderson.
Personnel[edit | edit source]
Omicron had a subsidiary company called Terra-Dyne, with an executive board made up of Omicron employees that worked from their building. Terra-Dyne's executive roster was:
- Steven Robert Simmons - Senior Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President
- James Devere - Division Director, Operation, Information and Technical Solution Director
- Michael Shea - Chief Information Officer
- Shawn McElroy - Chief Financial Officer
- John Mailloux - President, Research and Development
- Christopher Henderson -- Senior Vice President, Research and Development
- Daniel Zbel - Senior Chairman, Board of Directors
- David D'Amario - Vice Chairmen, Board of Directors
- Ben Robertaccio - Corporate Level Director
- Scott Dinsmore - President of Environment Sector
- John Bocchicchio - Director, Special Projects
Other employees of Omicron included:
- Alan Burkett - chief Sentox Project scientist
- Scott Evans - lead pilot of Hatton Air
- Michael Gravel - major Sentox scientist
- John Stratton - security guard
- Joanna Tandy - Henderson's secretary
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