Real Name: Unrevealed
Identity/Class: Human (Pre-modern era)
Occupation: US Marine Corps combat instructor; former US Army ranger
Group Membership: US Marine Corps; formerly US Army
Affiliations: US Army, US Marine Corps (Frank Castle, several others)
Known Relatives: None
Aliases: "Sir" (as called by Frank Castle)
Base of Operations: Mobile throughout the USA, including Fort Dix and Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, USA
First Appearance: Punisher War Journal II#3 (March, 2007)
Powers/Abilities: Captain America did not
appear to possess any superhuman powers but carried a metallic shield.
He was apparently a skilled hand-to-hand fighter and was strong enough
to life a grown man off the ground.
Height: 6'2" (by approximation)
Weight: 200 lbs. (by approximation)
Hair: Unrevealed (see comments)
(Punisher War Journal II#3 (fb)) - During US marine Frank Castle's
basic training, the marines were visited by Captain America. While
there, Captain America ordered Frank Castle to hit him with all he had,
taunting that the marines could be scared of a "little old ranger."
Castle declined, explaining that he didn't think he could but Captain
America repeated his order and told Castle to pretend his life depended
on it. Captain America then knocked Castle to the ground then announced
that he was only joking with Castle, whom he called "ma'am." Cap then
reminded the other marines that "Charlie" was out there waiting for
them and that he wasn't going to pull any punches. Grabbing Castle by
the shirt, Captain America asked how he could be expected to train
marines in hand-to-hand combat if they wouldn't lay hands on him then
asked if Castle was a chicken. He then ordered Castle to explain to the
other marines how Castle being too chicken to let Cap train him
translated into him turning into a chicken when facing "Charlie."
Castle replied that he had no problem going after "Charlie" but Cap
threw Castle to the ground, claiming that it was great that Castle
respected the Captain America uniform but warned that if Castle
couldn't get past the uniform to attack him, then Cap couldn't turn him
into the killing machine the others needed him to be. He then
instructed Castle to use his imagination to get to wherever he needed
to be to get himself to fight back. When Castle stayed on the ground,
Captain America turned around, announced the training attempt as a
total waste of time and dismissed Castle. The next day, after Castle
was beaten by his fellow marines for being weak, Captain America
returned to teach hand-to-hand combat to someone else, giving each of
the marines-in-training an American flag pin before leaving for Fort
Comments: Created by Matt Fraction and Ariel Olivetti.
Not much was revealed about the pre-modern era
Captain America. He was active during Frank Castle marine basic
training, which would have been prior to Steve Rogers being unfrozen
but after Jeff Mace had retired as Captain America. It seemed as if he
was likely a military man that was ordered to dress up as the actual
Captain America to go around training new recruits and equally likely
was not even an active super hero. His hair color was also impossible
to determine, as he was never without his helm on.
Profile by Proto-Man.
Captain America has no KNOWN connections to:
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Punisher War Journal II#3, p7, pan1 (Captain America, main image)
Punisher War Journal II#3, p1, pan3 (Captain America headshot)
Punisher War Journal II#3 (March, 2007) - Matt Fraction (writer), Ariel Olivetti (art), Axel Alonso (editor)
Last updated: 07/06/16
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