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Here the story about
Sergeant John Reese :
38 years old
Eugene, Sector 2 (Old Oregon)
John joined the military at the age of 15. He was a war veteran and got involved in many major battles during X2-War. He was the youngest person to obtain the rank as Sergeant in the 6th Special Squad.
John’s first humanoid kill was taken during the initial of X2-War. During sabotage period, he shot an old lady humanoid who carried C-4 approaching his team. An unofficial report showed that she was cradling a toddler in her other hand.
John Reese later stated, "That lady was already a dead. I wasn’t going to let her to take any of my team members with her. It is my duty to protect my people and the children on the nearby street. It was a tough decision to make, but my conscious is clear". At the end, John Reese and his surviving team were able to get rid of all the danger threats. Throughout the process, he was shot twice and 3 of his team members were killed.
For his heroic and selfless act, he was honoured with 3 Eagle Claws Medals. It was the highest award for bravery by military personnel in Sector 2.
Great leader and expert in military strategy.
Wife Betty and son Marcus (both deceased). Background:
After keeping him under constant surveillance for months by the Humanoid Intelligence, John was ambushed at his home. Even though he was rescued by the HRF2 team, John sustained critical injuries and was in a coma for 6 months.
After John woke up, he was crushed by the news that his beloved wife, Betty was killed in the midst of crossfire. She was 7 months pregnant.
John was only able to retrieve her bloody scarf, his last remaining keepsake of Betty.
He would wear the scarf on every battle as redemption to himself, a reminder why he was fighting the war…."to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part".