So I ended up borrowing a 12V trickle charger/starter from my buddy and purchased a voltmeter.
The voltage of the battery was 2.1V when measured before troubleshooting.
I tried to jump the car with the 50A jump from the machine. No good, still dead.
I then set up the trickle charger to see what it would do. Battery voltage jumper from 2.1V to 7V when hooked up. Left it for 30 minutes and charger said completed. Voltage back down to 2.1V.
I then tried the 10A boost feature of the charger/starter and lights etc began to flicker on and off, slowly for 1-2 minutes. I was then able to start the car. I then let it charge for another 5 minutes on the boost mode while the car was also running. The center NAV screen did not turn on but everything else seemed to work fine. Turned the car off then back on and the screen then booted up.
Measured the battery after disconnection at 12.2V. Decided to drive the car over to a free station 3 miles from my house and see how it goes. Hooked it up and car read 12.6V before a 30 minute charge and 14V after a quick charge. It is now sitting in the garage hopefully still retaining a charge. I will find out later as I have a work trip and wouldn't have been able to deal with tow truck, dealer etc.
I also set up the myfordmobile to notify me of 12V issues. I hadn't done this previously as it looked like the app had crappy reviews in the store and seemed to affect value charging etc. Hoepfully this will notify me of any future 12V issues.
Hopefully that was enough to charge up the 12V. Thanks for all who chimed in with their assistance.