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Sergeant George Bernard

Name George Tauri Bernard

Position Weapons Specialist

Rank Sergeant

Character Information

Gender Male
Species Human
Age 26

Physical Appearance

Height 5' 11"
Weight 200
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Amber/light brown
Physical Description George was always husky. Even growing up, while he didn't struggle with weight, he was always thick. While most generally assume that he is just fat, he has powerful muscles hidden under the layer of slightly tanned skin.

A full face is framed with very light almost amber eyes. It lights up his his disposition and when smiling, it is quickly disarming.


Spouse None
Children none
Father Emmett Bernard
Mother Una Bernard
Brother(s) None
Sister(s) Kimi - twin

Personality & Traits

General Overview Easy to get along with. Good natured. Very calm and patient until pushed past the point where he cannot control it. At times considered salty but it's just his matter of fact nature.
Strengths & Weaknesses Pit-bull tenacity and out of the box solutions. Good at tinkering.
Ambitions None, just loves to work with his hands and mind.
Hobbies & Interests Gunsmithing. He has built complete rifles and handguns from scratch and completed a two year course in a Colorado gunsmithing school

Air cooled Volkswagens. Has a restored 1970 VW Beetle convertible

Hunting, camping and all manners of woodcraft. He always joke a survival course would be a vacation with some of the things he'd practiced on his own.

Military novels and alternate history fiction

Personal History George grew up in a farm in upstate New York. Surrounded by extended family via close tribal connections, he grew up with a life of hard work and hard play. It hardened more than his body, as he learned that nothing just falls in your lap.

Studying hard in school, he found he had less of an aptitude for book learning and was better with his hands. He could learn by reading but it took him longer to study than most.

During high school he found new found appreciation for military novels and his reading and comprehension improved.

He worked hard and managed to save enough money to attend a comprehensive two year apprenticeship at a gunsmithing school.

Afterwards he felt the need to join the Army. Since the school he attended wasn't accredited, George started in the infantry and worked his way up.

Serving two tours in Afghanistan in the 75th Ranger battalion where his talent for weapons improvisation made him a favorite and a good luck charm for those around him.
Service Record Enlisted late 1999 in the US army as infantry
2000 selected for Ranger school
Promoted to E-3
June 2000 Reassigned to the 75th Ranger Battalion, promoted to E-4
October 2001 sent to Afghanistan, first tour
2002 Re-enlisted and passed sergeant's exam, second tour in Afghanistan
2003 Assigned to SGC