Huxley handled most of Bradberton's day to day affairs, from relaying memos to his boss, to handling scheduling, to sending out "Nuka Condolences" Fruit and Cheese Baskets to the families of early prototype Nuka-Cola Quantum flavor testers. Bradberton even considered Huxley to be his protégé of sorts, hinting that one day, Huxley would take over the company for Bradberton.
It was because of this trust that Bradberton let Huxley in on his secret involvement with the United States military and the LEAP-X program (Life Extension and Prolongation). Huxley was responsible for clearing Bradberton's schedule, transferring his medical records to the LEAP-X scientists, and deleting all backup copies or said data. While Huxley expressed concern for his employer going through with the procedure and the impact his absence could have on the companies public image, he nevertheless respected his employer's wishes and visited Bradberton every day from early April 2077 onward, to inform him on the events transpiring outside of his fortified vault. Of course, Huxley perished in the Great War six months later, leaving Bradberton alone with himself for centuries.
- Bradberton's office terminals; Bradberton's terminal, Outgoing Mail JCB944NWC
- Bradberton's office terminals; Bradberton's terminal, Incoming Mail PH077NWC
- Bradberton's office terminals; Bradberton's terminal, Outgoing Mail JCB800NWC
- Bradberton's office terminals; Bradberton's project terminal, 04-02-2077