Twelve years after the death of Trespasser, the Pan Pacific Defense Corps used the location of its death as a resting place for Jaegers that were destroyed or damaged in combat with the Kaiju. Excluding Cherno Alpha and Gipsy Danger, Oblivion Bay held a majority of the Mark-1 through Mark-3 Jaegers that were destroyed in combat against the increasing number of Kaiju emerging from the Breach.
In 2020, the Mark-3 Jaeger, Gipsy Danger, was severely damaged in a fight against a Category III Kaiju, Knifehead. The death of its pilot, Yancy Becket and the dismissal of his brother Raleigh, prompted that the Jaeger be taken to Oakland with the rest of the discarded Jaegers. However, the intervention of Marshal Stacker Pentecost and Mako Mori, saw Gipsy Danger salvaged and returned to Anchorage for extensive upgrades and repairs under the Mark III Restoration Project. Gipsy Danger was able to return to service and protected Hong Kong as well as taking part in Operation Pitfall.