Full Name: Colton “Stryker” Greenfield
Date of Birth: 06/13/1952
Birthplace: Round Rock, TX
Blood Type: A-
First Language: English
Service: CIA SAD/SOG [CLASSIFIED]
1970 — Enrolls in West Point with Service-Connected nomination.
1974 — Graduates top-of-class from West Point with bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.
1979 — Following first deployment, receives stellar Officer Evaluation Report and record Ranger Orientation Program scores. Subsequently accepted into 1st Ranger Battalion.
1980 — Holds Manzariyeh Air Base in Tehran during Operation Eagle Claw.
1981 — Recruited by CIA Special Activities Division Special Operations Group (SAD/SOG) based on exemplary service record and peer recommendations.
1982 — Selected as inaugural member of CIA SAD/SOG [REDACTED] task force, focused on future warfare and counterinsurgency.
With a disabled veteran father and two brothers KIA in Vietnam, Stryker’s destiny was always on the battlefield. Even early in his career, his commanding officers noted his singular devotion to military life.
While his peers filled their downtime with football and drinking, Stryker was often found obsessively maintaining his equipment or reading his battered copy of Clausewitz. His squadmates call him “a cold sunuvabitch” and “a goddamn savant” in the same breath, marveling over both his willingness to test cutting-edge military tech in active combat zones and his aptitude to survive such encounters.
Pairing his exemplary service record with his deep theoretical understanding of warfare and the soldier’s place in it, Stryker was declared a prime candidate for the groundbreaking CIA [REDACTED] task force. Agency leaders have described him as the future of American warfare, and many consider him the country’s first true super-soldier.