Juan Diego DeVega
Juan Diego DeVega, an Olympic swordsman from Mexico City, won several gold medals in his last Olympics - before his life was destroyed.
No one in his family survived.
To make matters worse, days after his family's funerals, a battalion of alien Soltans began invading and attacking Mexico City.
Distraught, angered and yet calmly focused, he tackled dozens upon dozens of Soltans and held them off and/or killed the Soltans long enough for the Mexican Army and the few Mexican superheroes to show up and route them off.
Nearly all of Mexico's superheroes died that day; leaving the world Juan as their newest hero - Aguila de Mexico - as he was later dubbed by the media.
Years later, Mexico City rebuilt into Central America's new mecca for business and Latino arts. Along with it, crime grew, but kept at bay with Aguila de Mexico stopping small and major crimes, working with a new, non-corrupt Mexican Police force that is now the model of the western hemisphere.
Recently, Mexico's newest growing band of heroes began to 'outperform' him in crime fighting and as such, he has been asked by Major Invader to join the Allied Fighters. Since Juan's grandfather was the original "Aztec Eagle" hero from WWII's Allied Fighters (who died at Baron Berlin's hands), Juan felt an obligation to join and make a difference.
His demeanor, patience and detective skills, will make him a great asset to the team.
Daryl D. Daniels
Daryl has a variety of different modules he can affix to his belt and use in combat or situations.
- Grenades (good force damage)
- Smoke Grenades (cuts down visibility for 400%)
- Explosive Grenades (excellent force damage)
- Fragmentation Grenade (affects all in adjacent areas with sharp projectiles; good edged attack physical damage)
- Flash Grenade (typically, can blind a target for up to a minute)
- Flares (poor heat/energy damage, range 200 yards)
- Emergency Food Supply (2 days/module)
- high tensile, incredibly strong thin steel cable (20 foot length) and cutter
- lighter/spark generator
- Incendiary Grenade (can create a good amount of heat/burning damage to the area it lands; may also cause some confusion and limited visualization; those wearing heat vision devices will be blinded when seeing this go off)
Daryl has a very special weapon he personally designed, which will only operate or fire at his command/activation.
Hamik 'Hassan' Yashid
Although history embellished a lot of the Lamp's and Scimitar's magical properties, Hassan knew they must be used for the good of the world today. Against his father's wishes, Hassan began using his new magical items to stop street crimes all throughout their tribe and neighboring cities. This led to dissension amongst the other tribes, who demanded the Prince be expelled from the lands until such time that his father passes away.
Downcast and alone, Hassan left for New York City where he met several friends who went to America to study abroad. Now, a Harvard college student, Hassan has also been helping to clean up the streets of Boston in his spare time.
This was all noticed by the aged WWII hero, Major Invader, who has since asked Hassan to try out for a spot on the Allied Fighters. The rest...we'll have to see...
Liberator is a 'failed' evil clone of the Allied Fighters SG's Major Invader.
In 1985, a twisted villain by the name of Doctor Phlebotinum, decided to 'sell' evil versions of clones he was to make of Major Invader. Since his cloning process runs in 'normal' time and not accelerate clones (which burned out and died in a matter of years), It took over 18 years before he could introduce them onto the market. In 2005, the clones had 'downloaded' memories from Major Invader (that the evil doctor obtained secretively) injected into their brains, wherein each clone would have the memories, skills and abilities of Major Invader, however, the clones were also programmed to follow orders via code words. Each clone also had a mini-bomb implanted in their head so if a clone got 'out of line', one press of a button or the utterance of unique code-words would activate each mini bomb killing the clones. Doctor Phlebotinum eventually made over 100 clones of Major Invader.
In 2005, during the auction, Major Invader had snuck in and instead of destroying all the clones (and buyers) in a massive display of destruction that he usually would do, he instead acquired the code-words to activate the mini bombs in the clone's heads. The Major also hijacked the auction's payment system to go to his own 'personal' offshore account for each and every clone payment. Once the clones were auctioned and bought, the Major activated the mini-bombs on the clones. All but six were destroyed. Three of the six were damaged and barely functioning, two clones' mini-bombs did not go off, and the sixth clone ran off (later becoming Agent Wild West of "The Exterminators" VG). The first five clones began hunting for Major Invader and in an epic fight (five clones of him fighting himself), the Major was able to kill three of them. The 4th one got the drop on the Major and was about to kill the Major when the 5th clone (one that didn't have a mini-bomb go off in its head) blew away the 4th clone, saving the Major. Both the fifth clone and the Major battled their way through Doctor Phlebotinum's facility safely, side by side all the way out.
After that, the Major had the 5th clone's (originally designated by Doctor Phlebotinum as C-26) mini-bomb and conditioned code-words removed. The Major allowed C-26 to live (against the Major's own better judgement, according to him). As such the Major set up a cushy, comfortable life for the clone in Rhode Island, giving him a new name, credentials and a new life (that didn't stop the Major from making an inside joke of creating Liberator's new identity middle name "X" which he had spelled out in Liberator's faked birth certificate as "Xerox"). The clone accepted the new life, but within weeks became restless. Having the Major's memories, the clone decided to do all the things the Major wished he'd have done in his life it he hadn't been controlled and handled by the CIA; liberate people throughout the world that were controlled or subject to tyranny.
Over the next decade, "Liberator", as he called himself, went to help the common man (and women and children) escape dictatorships, despots and evil organizations and nations. During that time, Liberator was nearly killed in a massive aerial attack that left him near death. Liberator was found by a nearby mad scientist who tried to recreate Liberator as a mind-controlled cyborg. After the cyborg/bionic implants were installed, but before the mental conditioning could happen, Liberator awoke and instead destroyed the evil scientist's lab.
Now part clone, part cyborg, Liberator became depressed and suicidal over his condition.
Recently, in a suicide attack to save the island system of Oceania from the tyrannical rule of "Big Brother", he poured everything he had - every last dollar, resource and bullet - into a one-man war with the Champions of Oceania VG. The result: the subjugated people under Oceania's rule instead 'fought' Liberator and 'believed' that Big Brother was the good. Near death once again, he was rescued by Major Invader and brought to the newly restored Allied Fighters Super-Group base, where, after therapy and suicide intervention, Liberator was asked to join the Allied Fighters. Liberator agreed, but stated that at any time, he be allowed the option to leave should his "Liberator" duties be in need once again. Major Invader agreed, and although Liberator could easily lead a team, the Major believed it better for Liberator to learn how to be part of a team instead of taking the burden of leadership. To sweeten the deal, the Major agreed to provide a box of fresh Cuban cigars, Liberator's favorite cigar, each and every week to him.
Now a member of the Allied Fighter's Omega Squad, Liberator is ready to 'liberate' the Allied Fighter's enemies of their evil ways!
Real Name: Unknown (alias: Army MCU-22c)
Very little is known about the Army's MCU-22c Battle Armor, other than the Secretary of Defense pulled the plug on its development and continued testing.
The only prototype armor was 'given' to the Allied Fighter's leader, Major Invader for a 'substantial' fee for safe keeping.
The armor is currently worn by an unknown person, and has been a tightly kept secret even amongst the Allied Fighters squads.
The Pershing suit and the AEC-1 Mace is believed to be stolen technology the Army 'acquired' based on a super-villain's design. The AEC-1 is far more powerful than any equivalent weapons, however, Pershing's weapon does not have replicating power cells, and burns through energy at a far greater rate.
Although Pershing failed Major Invader's trials (twice), he has still been admitted to Omega Squad. This is a first ever for the Major, since he NEVER allows a recruit to join on any fail of a trail. There might be more to this Pershing than just a pile of armor and an atomic mace.
Derek W. Washington (alias: Staff Sergeant Washington, "Doc")
Iraq. Afghanistan. Chechnya. Haiti. Syria.
This ex-Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) has seen it all.
War. Bloodshed. Violence. Death.
In 2006, Derek Washington completed his EMT training with the US Army and soon became the most valuable medic on the battlefield. He had a 'zero loss' for patients, regardless of their combat-related wounds. He wasn't able to save severed limbs, but he was able to keep those near-death, alive.
His secret: he is a skilled mutant healer.
SSGT Washington received dozens of commendation, medals and honors for his heroic and life-saving efforts. He was the most requested medic in all the US Army. That all ended last year.
Last year, SSGT Washington took a 'leave' from the Army and, against formal allowance, traveled to the war torn villages of Syria. There, he did all he could to save and heal the thousands of Syrian war victims. On his last day before he had to get back to the US Army or be considered AWOL, he went into a village that was chemically gassed. While trying to save the gassed victims, he was overwhelmed by the gas himself, knocking him unconscious. he'd saved the gassed victims, however, the militants didn't take kindly to a foreigner being where he wasn't supposed to be.Washington was tortured for weeks for information of US military involvement (which there wasn't any). Finally, two months later, he was traded in a prisoner exchange for a known hard-line militant colonel. When he returned to the US, he was prosecuted for being AWOL and entering a foreign exclusion area without authorization. He was sent to Leavenworth Federal Prison for 6 month and dishonorably discharged thereafter.
Destitute, jobless and shunned by his own family and friends, he began living on the streets. He used his powers to help the homeless and unfortunate, at times protecting them from violent gang youth attacks and those who felt it necessary to play 'knockout' games with the indigent.
He fought and protected them until he ran across one old man who was seemingly attacked in a dark alley. As he fought his way to the victim, he instead found dozens of gang youths beaten and defeated before the old man's feet. The old man was the legendary Major Invader in disguise. Impressed with Washington's fervor and response, Major Invader offered Derek a new life with the Allied Fighters...IF he passed the Major's trials.
Today, Washington is housed in the Allied Fighters base, preparing for his trials...but at times when nobody's paying attention, he still goes out at night and fights for the homeless and less fortunate.