Soldier, Josh Duncan is killed, shot in the head, in the Middle East. He wakes up in the lab. Dr Norton tells him that they were able to save him but a lot of his memories were lost, because of the injury. Raymond, the owner of Omnicorp, isn't impressed and says the guy looks like something his ten year old built in his basement. The doctor insists the prototype stage is rough. Josh has nightmares about something he did in the war--which is seen on the monitors by two technicians. They think about erasing the memory but opt to let him keep it since it may make him more human. Three months later this Robocop is sent out to test, under real conditions, in Iran. He kills several hostiles and is welcomed by the US troops. However, this infuriates the General in charge because he recognizes who Robocop was--a private who had died. He says it will undermine his soldiers because they won't fear death anymore. Later, Robocop has another nightmare--and remembers the horrible thing that his fellow soldiers did--kill an innocent family. He goes to confront them. He freaks out, unable to deal with what happened, and walks into the path of a battle robot. It shoots him to pieces. Raymond is angry about the whole thing and wants all traces of this prototype erased, as if he never existed. This one shot does add a bit of mythos to the new movie. Recommended.