"Ro--- I mean, Sir!" she exclaimed as he finally came to, removing her hand from his knee and looking worriedly down at her superior, who was obviously not in the best of conditions, though he was not wounded. Shaking herself mentally, she looked at him again, this time, her eyes showed naught of the worry that'd been gnawing away in her stomach.
"Sir, what were you thinking!? Walking into an unsecured area like that, there could been assasins! That Scar could've been here!" She scolded him loudly, sounding rather like a mother who had lost her child and was so relieved that he was not hurt, but was still angry that he'd run off in the first place. In a slightly quieter voice she added, "You can't get to the top if you get killed, Taisa... you know that better than I." She looked at her boots, still crouching. After a few moments silence, she looked at him again.
"Can you stand, sir?" she questioned nervously, thinking that this could still be dangerous even though she was with him. She must be on her best guard, she'd never forgive herself if the Taisa got wounded. Not getting a response, she looked to see that he was still conscious, and seeing that he was, she decided that she was going to have to get both of them out of there. Leaning down more, she slumped her superior over her shoulder, and with the surprising strength a woman of her size could possess, she lifted him up and carried him out of the compartment, setting him gently on the ground outside.
"Lieutenant Colonel Hughes, Second Lieutenant Havoc." She barked out sharply as she strode purposefully toward the two men. "Havoc-get-rid-of-that-cigarette-how-many-times-do-I-have-to-tell-you." she said under her breath, albeit in one. "What do you mean by it!? Letting him go off by himself in an unsecured, wrecked, potentially dangerous, or deadly situation! You both should be court-martialed, or at least suspended!" As Havoc opened his mouth to protest, she cut him off. "I do not care if he ordered you to stay back, one of you should've tailed him anyway! He was against protocol going alone!" She continued to rant as doctors attended to Roy.