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Rusty Blake resides on Earth-5106 a reality where space travel and exploration blossomed in the 1950s. By the year 2000 he was a cadet in the Space Squadron peacekeeping force that defended planets under direction of the Galaxy organization a united federation of known planets on Earth's solar system. He worked under the command of Jet Dixon who had recently been appointed field commander of the Space Squadron. Some of his early missions saw him combating rebel factions of the Oranois and Spheroid races[1]. Rusty was also involved in[2] investigating what force was causing the Mercurians to give into their evil personas. Taking the Space Squadron to Mercury they learned that the Sun had moved closer to Mercury increasing the temperature and causing the transformation in the Mercurians and stopping the Octopus-Men's attack on Neptunes Fish-Men[3][4].

He later participated in the 2000 Olympics on the moon, stopping the intergalactic criminal named Boz and joined his team mates in an experiment to test Dr. Kalandra's gas that theoretically could make one immune to pain, hunger and the elements. While the gas worked it also had the side effect of causing painful, disorientating and random teleportations. However this proved fortuitous when they all teleported to Crag Mountain where they caught Edgar Revere about to sell Atomic Dust to a renegade band of Frogmen, stopping the transaction before it could be completed[5][6].



Equipment

He wears a special suit that allows him to survive the rigors of space travel and survive in the vacuum of space.

Transportation

Jet primarily travels on the Space Squadron vessel Solar 1

Weapons

Jet primarily uses a gun that fires "atomic bullets"

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