Long 15

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The Long 15 is a location in California. It is a part of the old Interstate 15, and is being used by the New California Republic as a minor army base, and a checkpoint for travelers heading to the Mojave Wasteland.

This location will only be visitable once the player has decided to launch the nukes at the NCR during the completion of the Fallout: New Vegas add-on, Lonesome Road.


This is the highly irradiated remains of an NCR camp on the Long 15. When you enter this location, the first thing you will notice is the destruction caused by the warheads launched at the end of the quest The Apocalypse. The area is populated with irradiated heavy troopers and glowing ones, along with their former commanding officer; Colonel Royez in a ghoulified state as well. The camp consists of a small firing range, numerous ruined buildings, and several crashed Vertibirds, along with a small amount of high tech gun cases along the road to the Northwest. Ammunition boxes and NCR weapons are littered about the area.

Notable loot


  • Unlike every other location introduced through add-ons, companions can travel to Dry Wells and the Long 15 with the player.
  • Although the mushroom cloud seen at the end of The Apocalypse appears to be over Mojave Outpost, the outpost is undamaged.
  • The vertibirds seen crashed around the area bear Enclave markings from Navarro, as seen in the Remnants bunker, instead of the NCR markings of President Kimball's vertibird.
  • You will not receive NCR infamy for killing the irradiated NCR heavy troopers found in this area, or for killing Colonel Royez.
  • If you choose the Explorer perk before starting Lonesome Road or after completing it, the location will still appear on the map, same with Dry Wells.
  • It can be very challenging to kill the irradiated heavy troopers, as their health recovers very rapidly from the radiation.
  • The crater in the center of the blast zone emits 5-6 rads/sec.


The Long 15 appears only in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on, Lonesome Road.


  • ps3Icon ps3 Attempting to fast-travel to another area while in the Long 15 will cause the player to drop dead as soon as it finishes loading.
  • ps3Icon ps3 Sometimes with Rex as a companion, If you go up the slanted road he will go outside the map and will be unretrievable. To fix this go to a dismissal terminal at either Gun Runners or the Lucky 38 and dismiss all companions and then retrive him from the King again. Fast traveling also may work.
  • pcIcon pc If the player uses cheats to unlock all map markers and proceeds to fast travel to the Long 15, all menu items in the pause menu will be greyed out even after traveling to other areas. This can be resolved by reverting to an older save.

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