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Harry Tabeshaw is a Canadian of Ojibwa ancestry, whose father was a military man stationed in Germany when he was born. Growing up, Tabeshaw would become an expert tacker and joined he Canadian military himself. He took a position as an army recon and saw action in Goosegreen, Derryside, and the Persian Gulf. Leaving the military, he made a living as a tracker, guide, and owner of his own air freight company Ojibwa Air, flying a Douglas DC-3 Dakota.[1]

He was hired by Ronald Parvenue to help track down and capture the Hunter in Darkness, a mythical wolf-like beast that roamed the Canadian Rockies in Alberta. After this job, he was later hired by Wolverine to find the facility where the Weapon X Program operated, during a time when Logan was seeking to learn the secrets of his past. Finding the location for them, Tabeshaw led them there but refused to trespass on the land because it had a bad feeling to him.[2]

Much later, after Wolverine had the Adamantium ripped out of his body by Magneto, Wolverine hired Tabeshaw to fly him to the Canadian north to pay a visit to Heather and James Hudson. Tabeshaw and the others became trapped when the facility the Hudsons were working in was invaded by the offspring of a time displaced Hunter in Darkness.[1] Tabeshaw was constantly at odds with DeLong, a biologist working with the Hudsons, but used his survival and shooting skills to help them survive until the Hunter in Darkness itself (recognizing Logan's scent) called off its progeny. Following this, Tabeshaw flew Logan to the grave site of his love Silver Fox to pay his respects.[3]

When Wolverine was called by Professor X to come to Muir Island, Tabeshaw flew Logan right into a battle with the Phalanx. Tabeshaw helped Wolverine, Cable, Cyclops, and Jean Grey escape the island when they rigged it to explode, damaging his plane in the process.[4]

In thanks, Charles Xavier purchased another plane off Archie Corrigan to replace the one that was damaged in the battle against the Phalanx.[5]



None, human.


  • Trained army soldier
  • Pilot



  • Douglas DC-3 Dakota airplane

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