Battlestar appears in 171 issues.
Adrian Sammish is the field director for the Commission on Superhuman Activities.
Mercenary for Silver Sable International. She is a former assassin, who is a martial artist and uses such weapons as a sword or a crossbow.
Captain America first encountered Lemar Hoskins (Battlestar) when Battlestar was partnering with the Super-Patriot (John Walker) as one of the "Buckies," who were a group of super-strong thugs paid to discredit Captain America. Eventually Hoskins adopted his Battlestar identity to fight street crime. Battlestar joined Captain America's anti-registration side during the Superhero Civil War.
Mercenary who was once a member of Hydra.
Battlestar was a wrestler who took the Power Broker's strength augmentation process. Once considered as a replacement for Captain America. Was part of Silver Sable's Wild Pack.
A former professional wrestler, Demolition Man has had a dubious and difficult career as a costumed adventurer. Although he began as one of Captain America’s closest allies during a difficult time for the patriotic hero, much of his life following that has proven hard. Recently he has started working as Sam Wilson's pilot and field back up.
"Doc Medic" is, unsurprisingly, Guardsman Alpha Team's medic.
A mercenary for Silver Sable International.
Douglas Rockwell was the former chairman of the Commission of Superhuman Activities as well as the Red Skull's agent.
Golden age robot Hero made out of living rubber.
A former wrestler, Gladiatrix turned over a new leaf and attempted to join the Avengers. During Civil War, she worked with the Secret Avengers.
Hoss is a member of the Guardsman Alpha Team and their demolitions expert.
The son of the scientist Philip Hart who created an energy source called "zero fluid" and Marie, an alien humanoid woman of the Contraxian race.
Jill Harper is the Captain of the Guardsman Alpha Squad who was sent to Project: P.E.G.A.S.U.S. to uncover the reason for a facility-wide lock-down. What she uncovered was more terrifying than she could have ever imagined.
Originally created as a Marvel Age April Fool's joke, the character has been used in several appearances in "normal" continuity.
Battlestar was a westler who took the Power Broker's strength augmentation process. Once considered as a replacement for Captain America. Was part of Silversables Wild Pack.
N'Kantu is a mummified African tribesman with heightened strength and dexterity. He is also considered immortal due to his "life" of over 3,000 years.
Valerie Martin is a genius level scientist, doctor and computer hacker that created an exo-suit which lets her collect electronically transmitted data & store it in her head piece (which limits are currently unknown).
Former enemy of Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four, Sandman reformed after a humiliating merge with Hydro-Man.
Symkarian ruler and leader of a band of mercanaries known as the Wild Pack
Two-Ton is a member of the Guardsman Alpha Team. His speciality is heavy artillery.
An ex-military villain-gone-hero, with an assortment of letters attached to his body.
John Walker had his strength enhanced in hopes of being a hero for his country like his fallen brother. After a tenure upholding the mantle of Captain America, Walker re-established himself as U.S.Agent where he went on to have extensive service as a member of, and even leader to, the Avengers.
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