- I'm an expatriate.
Appearing in "Plan "A""
- Machinesmith (Sam Saxon) (Appears in flashback)
- Machinesmith's Cyberops (Only appearance)
- United States Air Force
- Sub-Mariner (Namor McKenzie) (Recap)
- Hydra (Recap)
- Bucky (Rick Jones) (Recap)
- Deathlok (Luther Manning) (Recap)
- "Baron Wolfgang von Strucker" (Recap)
- President Clinton (Referenced)
- Red Skull (Johann Schmidt) (Only in flashback)
Races and Species:
- United States of America (Only in flashback)
- Captain America's Uniform (Main story and flashback)
- Captain America's Shield (Main story and recap)
- Hydra Uniforms (Recap)
- Hydra Pistols (Recap)
- Captain's New Suit (First appearance)
- Energy Shield (First appearance)
- F-15 Plane (Only appearance) (Destruction)
Synopsis for "Plan "A""
In London, Sharon Carter provides a sullen Steve Rogers with a new non-branded costume, an energy shield, and a cover identity so that they can begin their mission to Moldavia. Later, on a train through the European countryside, they compare notes and figure out that Machinesmith must have gained the secret of the Argus Cannon by electronically tapping into Steve's unconscious mind while his body was recovering at the Red Skull's base. Their trip is interrupted by an attack from Machinesmith's cyborg operatives. After a skirmish on top of the train, Steve and Sharon shake them by leaping off near an American Air Force base, where after more regrettable fighting through American soldiers, they manage to steal a jet to get them the rest of the way to Moldavia. What Sharon doesn't realize until it's too late is that Steve's plan to find the Argus Cannon involves flying directly into its range until it shoots them out of the sky.
A flashback in this story affects the chronology of the following characters:
- Pag. 1 presents a recap of some Captain America's battles from previous issues of Marvel Comics.
- Captain America vs. Sub-Mariner is from Avengers #4, Jack Kirby.
- Captain America and Bucky vs. Hydra is from Captain America #113, Jim Steranko.
- Captain America vs. Deathlok is from Captain America #287's cover, Mike Zeck.
- Captain America vs. Baron von Strucker's Android is from Captain America #247, John Byrne.
- Captain America with United States' flag is from Marvel Fanfare #18, Frank Miller.
- This issue contains a letters page, "American Grafitti". Letters are published from: Jesse Lavendel, Brian Nelson, Mark Trollinger, John Cabral, and Scott Redman.
- Steve Rogers uses the alias of Nathan Hale in this issue; Nathan Hale was a patriotic hero of the American Revolution.
- First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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