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Name: SGT Cole Harris
Age: 32 Ht: 5'10" Wt: 195 lbs.
Hair: Blonde, balding Eyes: Blue-gray
Birthplace: Tyler, Texas
Distinguishing Marks: Old 3rd degree burns on arms and chest, missing left index finger, tattoo of fiery devil on right arm.
Quote: "If he had just a few of these charges, Lincoln could have ended the Revolutionary War three years earlier."
Background: With a southern drawl and a blue-collar worker mentality, this stocky soldier is one of the best field demolition experts in Special Forces. Before entering the military, Harris worked for a leading Texan fertilizer exporter. Experiments in his off-time led to his intense interest in explosives.
Harris began his military career undergoing OSUT (One-Station Unit Training) at Fort Leonardwood, Missouri. There he exhibited a natural talent for indirect fire weapons, easily earning his grenadier expert badge after a rigorous battery of tests. He was promoted to Private First Class after only 6 weeks of basic training. After Phase One was complete, he moved on to the Advanced Training phase where he learned the fundamentals of combat engineering with emphasis on demolitions. Harris finished at the top of the class, catching the eye of Delta Force recruiters. After accepting their offer to undergo special operations training, he was immediately awarded the rank of Corporal and was ordered to Fort Benning for Airborne School.
After receiving his jump wings and sergeant’s stripes, Gas Can received orders to undergo Advanced Demolitions Training (ADT) at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Here he expanded upon the fundamentals he had learned but with a focus on small unit tactics. Gas Can finished in the top 3 percentile of his class and moved on to regular duty with Delta Force.
Some soldiers have a hard time dealing with Harris’ excessively belligerent attitude, but no one ever disputes him on facts about explosives. With one look at a building, Harris can tell you twenty different ways of bringing it down. If he says he can have a specialized satchel pack armed and placed in fifteen minutes, you better get ready to set your clock at 14:59
Name: SGT Daniel Lonetree
Age: 25 Ht: 6'0" Wt: 180 lbs.
Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
Birthplace: Tuba City, Arizona
Distinguishing Marks: Always sunburned on cheeks and nose, Navajo Tribal Tattoo
Quote: "You don't have to get out of my way. My 50 cal will connect with the target whether you're standing there or not."
Background: Having been abandoned by his mother and father as a child, Lonetree quickly learned to fend for himself. Although his grandparents were there to raise him, he grew distant from most other people. Larger kids often avoided starting fights with him due to the intense look he would get on his face. During his teen years he became fascinated with his grandfather, who was a Navajo code-talker during WWII. It became obvious that he wanted to follow in those footsteps and join the military straight out of high school.
He enlisted in the Army for Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Infantry, 11B. During weapons qualification training, he displayed a natural ability for handling all types of weapons. His particular expertise was shown during rifle qualification, where he scored a perfect 100% hit on all targets at all ranges. After graduating Basic, Advanced Individual and Airborne Training at Ft. Benning, Georgia, Lonetree was assigned to Ft Bragg, NC with the 82nd Airborne Division. Here he honed his field skills as an Airborne Infantryman, then quickly worked his way up from an infantry platoon to joining the elite, Long Range Reconnaissance Company. Rising to the rank of Sergeant, he became keenly interested in joining Special Forces. He applied and was accepted for the Special Forces Qualification Course at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center, Ft. Bragg. Here he was selected for training as a Special Forces Weapons Sergeant, MOS of 18B.
His dedication and finely tuned field skills led him to being selected as Distinguished Honor Graduate of his course. He was assigned to a Special Forces Operational Detachment - Alpha (SFODA) in the 10th Special Forces Group, Ft Carson, CO. Due to his natural skills and expert marksmanship, he was selected for training at the Special Operations Target Interdiction Course (SOTIC), the sniper school for SF. He distinguished himself during Stabilization Force (SFOR) in Bosnia-Herzegovina conducting counter-sniper missions. Because of this, Delta Force recruiters took notice of his abilities and approached him about joining their ranks.
Lonetree is determined and ready for almost any challenge. This professional sniper doesn’t like to make small talk during missions. There is no more serious job than his. Even hard core soldiers are impressed at how stoic this sniper can be while under heavy fire.
Name: CW2 (Chief Warrant Officer 2) Erica Swift
MOS: Underwater Demolitions
Age: 25 Ht: 5'8" Wt: 125
Hair: Blonde Eyes: Green
Quote: "Sharks fear me."
Background: Born to an American Embassy worker in the south of France, Erica’s childhood was filled with adventure. By age ten, she was fluently speaking five different languages and meeting some of the most powerful European leaders. When she was fifteen, her father retired and moved the family to Southern California. Extremely intelligent and worldly, Erica quickly became bored with average teenage activities. Adrenaline sports such as big wave surfing, extreme mountain biking and deep sea ship wreck diving became her passions. Upon graduation from college with a degree in chemistry, Erica put her intelligence to work at a major pharmaceutical company. During a diving vacation in the Caymans, Erica met a retired Navy Seal who inspired her with his tales of military adventure. Upon returning to the states, she immediately quit her job and joined the military.
At boot camp, Erica routinely requested additional training to see how far she could push herself and to impress her superiors. Being a female however, she was not eligible for the CDQC (Combat Diver Qualification Course). She did the next best thing by entering the EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) training program at Indian Head, Maryland. After successfully completing the program with high honors, she was stationed at Ft. Shafter, Hawaii in the USARPAC EOD Control Team where she attained the rank of Chief Warrant 2.
Her flawless service dedication and scuba background eventually caught the attention of Delta Force recruiters looking to fill their team with an underwater demolitions specialist. They brought Erica on board as a consultant and sent her to the CDQC. Her remarkable proficiency under pressure quickly got her a field position on one of the best five-man squads. In her time off, she can be found surfing the world’s biggest waves on the north shore of Hawaii.
When a teammate is shot, the medic will have a limited amount of time to get to him and administer aid to prevent his death. When in short range, the medic should select her medical pack with the 9 key and use the fire button to bandage up the player. Downed players always have the option of instantly dying (and respawning) by pressing the spacebar.
Name: 1LT Rydel Wilson
MOS: Heavy Gunner (Automatic Weapons)
Age: 31 Ht: 6'5" Wt: 270 lbs.
Hair: Black (shaved) Eyes: Deep Brown
Birthplace: Bronx, NY
Distinguishing Marks: Scar on eyebrow, very muscular
Quote: "These targets are down for the count. Bring on some more."
Born in the Bronx, NY, Rydel is easily the toughest member of the Delta Force team. Rydel grew up with his mother and sisters in a one-bedroom apartment located above a boxing gym. It was there that he spent most of his time learning from local boxers and trainers. By the age of eighteen, Rydel was 6’4” and 290 pounds of pure muscle. He often could not find anyone who would agree to spar with him. At age nineteen, Rydel became a Golden Gloves Heavyweight Contender. Even though Rydel had a future as a pro fighter, he felt that he could make more of a contribution to society by joining the military.
Rydel started his military career in the enlisted ranks, earning his E-6 (Staff Sergeant) stripes before the age of 28. As a non-commissioned officer he found no equal physically or with the rifle. Rydel was a premier rifleman and took easily to the difficulties involved with firing squad automatic weapons. He became so good, in fact, that he was asked to instruct at the Army Infantry Center in Fort Benning, Georgia. He did this commendably for two years but longed to return to duty with a field unit. He got his chance after he was prompted to apply to OCS (Officer’s Candidate School). After his commission, Rydel was transferred to active duty with 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment in Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia. It was here that his professional dedication and esprit de corps shone. He trained his men as rigorously as he drove himself. It was this tenacity and single-minded drive that earned him his nickname, “Pitbull”.
His squad entered nearly every Regimental and Divisional competition, earning top honors in many of them. It came as no surprise when Rydel was approached by Delta Force recruiters. He quickly jumped at the chance to join the elite task force. Due to his innate leadership skills he was the natural choice to become squad leader of the team. Rydel is still hard pressed to find anyone willing to spar with him.
Name: Jenn Tanaka
Specialty: CQB/Covert Ops
Age: 28 Ht: 5'5" Wt: 115
Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Birthplace: San Francisco, CA
Distinguishing Marks: Snake tattoo on right arm
Quote: "Yes, I've got the package, but I'm going back in. I think one of the targets is still breathing."
As a child, Jennifer was extremely energetic and reckless. Her father ran a martial arts studio and began teaching her as soon as she could walk. She quickly picked up on advanced moves and was entering national tournaments by her teen years. However, Jenn also had a knack for getting herself into trouble. Her impatience with scholastic life led to her openly rebelling against all authority figures except her father. Her continual confrontations with teachers, principals and other kids led her father to insist that upon graduation she join the Army to learn respect for authority.
Jenn scored high on her military entrance exams and was offered a wide selection of Military Occupational Specialties (MOS). She chose Military Intelligence with a MOS of 97B, Counter-Intelligence Agent. She attended basic training at the U.S. Army Intelligence Center, Ft. Huachuca, AZ. After graduating from training, she was assigned to the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade, Republic of South Korea. Her unit’s mission was to conduct reconnaissance, surveillance, interrogation of enemy prisoners and counter-intelligence. Jenn excelled as a field agent, refining her deadly skills to a keen edge. She quickly advanced to the rank of Sergeant.
Delta Force recruiters took special notice of her achievements as they visited Korea for prospective candidates. Upon accepting her, Delta Force added to Jenn’s skills in stealth and martial arts by sending her through their intensive Close Quarters Battle training. Her quickness, stealth, and expert skill with all close range weapons impressed her instructors so much that she was assigned active duty on one of the best five-man squads.
It is rumored that she has never been observed entering or leaving the objective. The only signs of her presence are neutralized targets.