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Below is an list of members without an own article of United States Army (Earth-616).
For other members see Category:United States Army members.


Members

Alf

Alf (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 48 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #48

Alf was a dog guarding the military ordnance plant where the Porcupine used to work as a civilian.[1]

Baski

Baski (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 574 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #574

When their Stryker was hit by an I.E.D., Sergeant Baski fell over Flash Thompson.[2]

Baskin

Baskin (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 231 001 Appearances: Iron Man #231

Edwin Cord thanked Private Baskin and Corporal Winters for firing rockets at Firepower.[3]

Baxter

Sgt. Baxter (Earth-616) from Man Comics Vol 1 14 0001 Appearances: Man Comics #14

Sgt. Baxter and his team during a patrol ended up in a minefield when a panicked soldier began to flee by detonating a mine which in turn blew up all the other mines, killing the whole team, however on the verge of death Sgt. Baxter was able to communicate that the field ha been cleared.[4]

Berry

General Berry (Earth-616) from Captain America Comics Vol 1 14 0001 Appearances: Captain America Comics #14

He was killed by a poisoned flower given to him by a traitorous ally of the Yellow Claw despite the warnings of Steve Rogers who advised him not to smell the flower.[5]

Bob

Bob (US Army) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 86 001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #86

Bob witnessed Thor bringing back to the Army the cobalt bomb stolen by the Tomorrow Man.[6]

Brackett

Brackett (US Army) (Earth-616) from Truth Red, White & Black Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Truth: Red, White & Black #2

Major Brackett was killed by Colonel Walker Price immediately after he was relieved by his command at Camp Cathcart.[7]

Carlson

Carlson (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 29 001 Appearances: Avengers #29

Major Carlson worked under combat conditions in the Army medical corps; he was called by Captain America to cure Goliath. After visiting him, he informed the Avengers that he will recover, but must never attempt to shrink any further than his present 10-foot size.[8]

Carter

Colonel Carter (Earth-616) from All Winners Comics Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: All Winners Comics #2, Captain America Comics #8, Kent Blake of the Secret Service #7

Colonel Carter was attended to by Pvt. Steve Rogers and James Barnes while taking secret documents for the war effort in the Pacific theater, only for their transport plane to crash near an uncharted island. He was narrowly rescued from torture by Malaysian natives under the command of a Nazi spy when Captain America and Bucky appeared. The two heroes disappeared after rescuing him, and Carter was picked up soon after by a naval battleship along with Rogers and Barnes. He thereafter continued on his mission to Singapore.[9]
Later, Carter would be approached by Major Dumort of the Free French movement with the offer of smuggling French military secrets to America. This, however, was a ruse to allow Dumort, a Vichy traitor and double agent for the Nazis, access to Camp Lehigh, which was about to engage in war games. Dumort's men replaced the arsenal for the competing companies with real weapons, hoping the American servicemen would thus unintentionally kill each other. Luckily Rogers and Barnes realized what what was happening early and warned Carter, who quickly ordered a halt to the war games before the camp was wiped out.[10]
Years later, during the Korean War, Carter, promoted to General, assigned Charlie, a pilot in force to the Army, with the mission to pilot Kent Blake to the enemy base in Huichon.[11]

Charlie

Charlie from Kent Blake of the Secret Service Vol 1 7 Appearances: Kent Blake of the Secret Service #7

Charlie was a pilot in the American army, who was assigned by General Carter with the mission to pilot Kent Blake to the enemy base in Huichon.[11]

Charlie (WWI) (Earth-616) from Battle Vol 1 68 0001 Appearances: Battle #68

Charlie was an American soldier who participated in the battles of Flanders during the First World War.[12]

Charlie (US Army) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #4, Tales to Astonish #78, X-Men #23

Charlie was part of a military patrol who was sent out by General Ross to arrest Rick Jones, but the boy was rescued by the Hulk.[13]
Some time later, he quicky spotted the Hulk once again, wandering outside his cave.[14]
Charlie was later called to Washington, D.C. when the whole city was trapped inside Nefaria's indestructible dome.[15]

Charlie (MP) (Earth-616) from Invaders Vol 1 26 0001 Appearances: Invaders #26

Charlie was a member of the Military Police stationed in the Sand Flat Relocation Center who was ordered to open the camp gate to let enter Bucky who was looking for Dr. Sam Sabuki who was there to save the life of Toro.[16]

Charlie (WWII) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 3 32 0001 Appearances: Captain America Vol 3 #32

Charlie and other soldiers of his team were killed during the first fighting in the Battle of the Bulge.[17]

Clark

Clark from Kent Blake of the Secret Service Vol 1 10 Appearances: Kent Blake of the Secret Service #10

Clark was a soldier in the American army, and a friend of Dick. After his friend, Dick, was shot by a Chinese communist prisoner, he became enraged and tried to kill the prisoner, but was stopped by Kent Blake, who then took him under arrest for disobeying orders. Clark later realized the importance of taking prisoners, after he took a bullet for one. After seeing that Clark now understood the importance of prisoners, Kent Blake sets him free.[18]

Collins

Major Collins (Earth-616) from All Winners Comics Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: All Winners Comics #3

Major Collins is invited to a painter's house to see a portrait. Collins takes up the offer and is shocked when it's a portrait of himself hanging from a rope. Suddenly, Collins feels compelled to do just that and later hangs himself from a lamp post in the street.[19]

Colonel Collins (Earth-616) from Combat Kelly Vol 1 25 0001 Appearances: Combat Kelly #25

While, Combat Kelly, Cookie Novak and Kathy Collins escape by the Chibese Army in a rickshaw, they run directly into a jeep driven by Kathy's father, the Colonel Collins. The colonel thanks the two grunts for saving his daughter and Kathy rewards them with a kiss.[20]

Curtis

Curtis (US Army) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 65 001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #65

General Curtis was one of the victims targeted by the Red Skull.[21]

Cutler

Cutler from Kent Blake of the Secret Service Vol 1 7 Appearances: Kent Blake of the Secret Service #7

Major Cutler was a major in the American army. After Chinese communists attacked the base near Yanggu, Cutler was hit by the explosion, which killed him in the process.[11]

Danny

Danny (Earth-616) from Iron Man 2.0 Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Iron Man 2.0 #2

Danny was a member of the army bomb squad, the "cleaners", assigned to defuse explosive vests on would-be suicide bombers in Iraq. After defusing one he remained hypnotized and made him explode himself, being killed along with his fellow soldiers.[22]

Davidson

Colonel Davidson (Earth-616) from Captain Savage Vol 1 10 0001 Appearances: Captain Savage #10

He gave orders to Captain Savage that despite the overwhelming forces of the Japanese Army, he and his men would have to hold the position.[23]

Dick

Dick from Kent Blake of the Secret Service Vol 1 10 Appearances: Kent Blake of the Secret Service #10

Soldier in the American army and a friend of Clark, Dick was wounded in battle and later killed by a Chinese communist.[18]

Dixon

Dixon (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 3 18 001 Appearances: Iron Man Vol 3 #18

General Dixon was invited to Anthony Stark's little party at the Smart House.[24]

Ellis

Ellis (Earth-616) from Marvels Project Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Marvels Project #1

During World War II, Colonel Ellis recruited Nick Fury and Red Hargrove.[25]

Emmett

Emmett Appearances: Secret Avengers #14

Emmett was one of the soldiers deployed alongside Valkyrie in order to defend Philadelphia from the Thule Society.[26]

Feaster

Feaster (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 65 001 Appearances: Avengers Vol 3 #65, Avengers Vol 3 #66

General Feaster came to Keystone after a carnivorous red cloud spread out from Mount Rushmore.[27] He visited the rescue camp in the Custer State Park with Warbird, but he was afraid to be infected.[28]

Fein

Captain Fein (Earth-616) from Adventures of Captain America Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Adventures of Captain America #2

Captain Fein was a military prosecutor who was saved from an assassination ambush by Steve Rogers.[29]

Fitzpatrick

Fitzpatrick from Captain America Comics Vol 1 20 Appearances: Captain America Comics #20

During World War II, Colonel Fitzpatrick was killed by the Spawn of the Witch Queen in Egypt, after he discovered the Book of Thoth.[30]

Frankie

Frankie (Earth-616) Captain America Vol 1 601 Appearances: Captain America #601

A soldier of the US Army stationed in Belgium during WWII, was vampirized by the child vampire Esme Ceorces and overnight began to assault his former comrades until the intervention of Captain America and Bucky that beheaded him.[31]

Harden

Harden (Earth-616) from Original Sin Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Original Sin #5

In 1958, Harden was killed during a full-scale alien invasion in Kansas.[32]

Harry

Harry (US Army) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 175 001 Appearances: Captain America #175

Harry was among the troops who defended the White House from the Secret Empire.[33]

Hayes

Hayes Appearances: Secret Avengers #14

Hayes was one of the soldiers deployed alongside Valkyrie in order to defend Philadelphia from the Thule Society.[26]

Hays

Hays (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 144 001 Appearances: Iron Man #144

During the Vietnam War, Captain Hays was contacted by James Rhodes and Iron Man fleeing from the enemy lines.[34]

Henson

Henson (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 255 001 Appearances: Captain America #255

Henson was a high-ranking colonel rescued by Captain America from Nazi kidnappers.[35]

Jack

Jack (US Army) (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 69 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #69

Jack tried to grab Rick Jones, preventing him to reach Bruce Banner.[36]

Jim

Jim (MP) (Earth-616) from Invaders Vol 1 26 0001 Appearances: Invaders #26

Jim was a member of the Military Police stationed in the Sand Flat Relocation Center who intervened when Dr. Sam Sabuki was assaulted by the Agent Axis to kidnap him.[16]

Joe

Joe (US Army) (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 59 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #59

Joe spotted Giant-Man's rented helicopter landing at the Los Diablos Missile Base.[37]

Jordan

Jordan (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 276 001 Appearances: Avengers #276

Colonel Jordan was responsible for the operation against the Masters of Evil's seizure of the Avengers Mansion.[38]

King

General King (Earth-616) from Captain America Comics Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Captain America Comics #7

General King was rescued from the Red Skull by Captain America and Bucky.[39]

Knowles

No Image Male Appearances: Captain America Comics #36

The General Knowles commissioned Captain America and Bucky to visit Dr. Necrosis, whose assistant was his daughter Mary, to obtain the serum to cure the White Gangrene disease that plagued the allied soldiers.[40]

Martin

General Martin (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four First Family Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four: First Family #2

General Martin was part of the commission organized by the Ministry of Defense and chaired by General Walter Montgomery who had to decide on the usefulness of using the newly formed team of the Fantastic Four considering an opportunity with external support or putting them directly under the control of the military .[41]

Martin (Earth-616) from Civil War X-Men Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Civil War: X-Men #3

Martin was the inside man of Val Cooper in O.N.E. ready to report to her what was happening.[42]

Martins

Corporal Martins (Earth-616) from Adventures of Captain America Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Adventures of Captain America #1

Corporal Martins escorted Steve Rogers to Camp Lehigh.[43]

Marty

Marty (Earth-6+16) Captain America Vol 1 601 Appearances: Captain America #601

Marty was a soldier in the US Army stationed in Belgium during the attack of allied forces against the Nazi forces. Marty was killed by one of his comrades thinking he was a vampire.[31]

McCallister

McCallister (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 178 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #178

McCallister was one of the soldiers stationed in front of the Baxter Building when the Fantastic Four were held hostage by the Frightful Four.[44]

McGee

McGee from Kent Blake of the Secret Service Vol 1 11 Appearances: Kent Blake of the Secret Service #11

McGee was one of the soldiers deployed in China.[45]

O'Connor

O'Connor (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 373 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #373

Colonel O'Connor came after the Hulk when he was holed up in a nunnery with Betty Ross.[46]

O'Riley

O'Riley (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 340 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #340

Sergeant O'Riley approached Hulk and ordered his troops to shoot at him, but as soon as he reacted, they ran away[47].

Olson

Olson (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 574 001 Appearances: Doctor Strange Vol 2 #70, Amazing Spider-Man #574

Lt. Olson was General Hoyt Emerson's aide.[48]
When their Stryker was hit by an I.E.D., as soon as Flash Thompson pushed it with the shoulder, Olson moved out the vehicle to take up position at the closest building.[2]

Peabody

Peabody (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 255 001 Appearances: Avengers #255

General Peabody raged over the revelation that the Vision had taken control of the US computer systems.[49]

Perelli

Perelli (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 462 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #462

Perelli witnessed the Hulk lift an army tank along the perimeter of Area 102.[50]

Pete

Pete (US Army) (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 61 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #61

Pete captured and restrained the Hulk after he was found unconscious by Glenn Talbot.[51]

Peter

Peter (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 1 358 0001 Appearances: Thor #358

He praises Harokin for his ability to fight with the sword and also tells him that if he could have some M-16 machine gun he would be able to clean up Valhalla in a short time.[52]

Robinson

Robinson (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 68 001 Appearances: Avengers Vol 3 #68

Lieutenant Robinson informed Warbird that everyone infected by the Mount Rushmore red cloud had to be transferred to St. Mary's Hospital.[53]

Sal

Sal (US Army) (Earth-616) from Captain America What Price Glory Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Captain America: What Price Glory? #1

Sal was shot in the back by his sergeant after Desert Storm.[54]

Sam

Sam (US Army) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 47 001 Appearances: Avengers #56, Avengers #56, Tales to Astonish #98, Daredevil #47

During the World War II in an England military base, Sam and Bill Smith witnessed Goliath battle a giant android created by Baron Zemo.[55]
Many years later in the United States, Sam tried to keep Miss Ross safe from the Lords of the Living Lightning, but they eventually managed to invade the military base and hold her hostage.[56]
In Vietnam, Sam came with Willie Lincoln to a Daredevil's show for the troops.[57]

Santos

Santos (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 574 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #574

Santos was saved by Flash Thompson, who lost both legs trying to get him safe to the helicopter.[2]

Senus

Senus (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 574 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #574

When their Stryker was hit by an I.E.D., Senus couldn't open the top hatch, until Flash Thompson pushed it with the shoulder.[2]

Tolliver

Tolliver (US Army) (Earth-616) from Original Sin Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Original Sin #5

In 1958, Tolliver was killed during a full-scale alien invasion in Kansas.[32]

White

General White (Earth-616) from All Winners Comics Vol 1 7 0001 Appearances: All Winners Comics #7

General White was about to be hit with the reducing potion thrown to him by Dr. Crime but the vial hit the shield of Captain America that had been providentially launched by him in the protection of the General.[58]

Wilson

Captain Wilson (Earth-616) from Kent Blake of the Secret Service Vol 1 10 0001 Appearances: Kent Blake of the Secret Service #10

Col. Kruger assigned Kent Blake to infiltrate the enemy lines along with Captain Wilson's unit to locate and destroy a new type of artillery developed by the enemy.[18]

Winters

Winters (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 231 001 Appearances: Iron Man #231

Edwin Cord thanked Corporal Winters and Private Baskin for firing rockets at Firepower.[3]

References

  1. Tales to Astonish #48
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Amazing Spider-Man #574
  3. 3.0 3.1 Iron Man #231
  4. Man Comics #14
  5. Captain America Comics #14
  6. Journey into Mystery #86
  7. Truth: Red, White & Black #2
  8. Avengers #29
  9. All Winners Comics #2
  10. Captain America Comics #8
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Kent Blake of the Secret Service #7
  12. Battle #68
  13. Incredible Hulk #4
  14. Tales to Astonish #78
  15. X-Men #23
  16. 16.0 16.1 Invaders #26
  17. Captain America Vol 3 #32
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Kent Blake of the Secret Service #10
  19. All Winners Comics #3
  20. Combat Kelly #25
  21. Tales of Suspense #65
  22. Iron Man 2.0 #2
  23. Captain Savage #10
  24. Iron Man Vol 3 #18
  25. Marvels Project #1
  26. 26.0 26.1 Secret Avengers #14
  27. Avengers Vol 3 #65
  28. Avengers Vol 3 #66
  29. Adventures of Captain America #2
  30. Captain America Comics #20
  31. 31.0 31.1 Captain America #601
  32. 32.0 32.1 Original Sin #5
  33. Captain America #175
  34. Iron Man #144
  35. Captain America #255
  36. Tales to Astonish #69
  37. Tales to Astonish #59
  38. Avengers #276
  39. Captain America Comics #7
  40. Captain America Comics #36
  41. Fantastic Four: First Family #2
  42. Civil War: X-Men #3
  43. Adventures of Captain America #1
  44. Fantastic Four #178
  45. Kent Blake of the Secret Service #11
  46. Incredible Hulk #373
  47. Incredible Hulk #340
  48. Doctor Strange Vol 2 #70
  49. Avengers #255
  50. Incredible Hulk #462
  51. Tales to Astonish #61
  52. Thor #358
  53. Avengers Vol 3 #68
  54. Captain America: What Price Glory? #1
  55. Avengers #56
  56. Tales to Astonish #98
  57. Daredevil #47
  58. All Winners Comics #7
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