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U.S. Air Force

 
U.S. Air Force
 

Name: U.S. Air Force

Other Names: USAF; U.S.A.F.; United States Air Force; Air Force

Classification: supporting characters supporting characters   group group   real/historical group real/historical group  

Publisher(s): Marvel

Earliest Appearance Listed in This Database: Marvel Mystery Comics #2 (Dec. 1939)

Number of Appearances: 197

Type of Organization/Group: military unit, pilot

Nation: USA

Number of group members listed below: 41

Character
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Religious
Affiliation
Team(s)
[Notes]
Pub. #
app.
Ace Ace (Brad Armbruster) hero
  U.S. Air Force; G.I. Joe Hasbro Marvel, etc. 65
Major Adams supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[launched test missile at Gilligan's Island]
CBS 1
Allegra Allegra (Jennifer L. Gold) hero
  U.S. Air Force; New Genix
[brainwahsed into believing she lived in year 2065]
Image WildStorm 5
Jim Baker supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[captured by Chinese commies; saved by Captain America]
Marvel 1
The Balloon Buster (Steve Savage) hero
  U.S. Air Force
[in United States Air Corps]
DC 12
Robert Barnes supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[held hostage after crashing stealth bomber on San Leandro]
Marvel New Universe 1
General Bryan supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[launched test missile at Gilligan's Island]
CBS 1
Etta Candy Etta Candy supporting character
  U.S. Air Force DC 233
Captain Atom Captain Atom (Nathaniel Christopher Adam) hero
CBR Scale: U Catholic
U.S. Air Force; The Justice League... 
[major in U.S. Air Force]
DC 259
Captain Marvel Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers) hero
CBR Scale: I Protestant
U.S. Air Force; The Avengers...  Marvel 784
Corsair Corsair (Christopher Summers) hero
  U.S. Air Force; Starjammers (leader)
[father of Cyclops, Havok and Vulcan]
Marvel 113
Darkoth (Desmond Pitt) supporting character villain
CBR Scale: S demon (born human)
U.S. Air Force Marvel 13
Agent Doug Deeley supporting character
  U.S. Air Force; S.A.F.E. Berkley Books Marvel 4
Major Esteban Diaz supporting character
  U.S. Air Force; Hispanic
[held hostage after crashing stealth bomber on San Leandro]
Marvel New Universe 1
Eddie supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[introduced, died in same story]
DC 1
General Reginald Fortean General Reginald Fortean supporting character
  U.S. Air Force; black Marvel 32
Frank supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[introduced, died in same story]
DC 1
Clark Gable Clark Gable supporting character real/historical person
CBR Scale: I Catholic
U.S. Air Force Marvel 158
Cliff Garner Cliff Garner supporting character
CBR Scale: M conspiracy theorist
U.S. Air Force
[investigated Control conspiracy]
Marvel 3
The General The General (Wade Eiling) villain
  U.S. Air Force; Secret Society of Super Villains...  DC 45
Granddad Granddad (Robert Jebediah Freeman) supporting character comic strip character
  U.S. Air Force; Tuskegee Airmen... 
[was active in Civil Rights movement]
Universal Press Syndicate; Rebel Base Productions, etc.
Grant supporting character
 indeterminate  U.S. Air Force
[flew Captain America to Vietnam for rescue mission]
Marvel 1
Green Lantern Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) hero
CBR Scale: U Jewish Catholic / Green Lantern
U.S. Air Force; The Justice League...  DC 2,529
Captain Patrick Hendry Captain Patrick Hendry supporting character
  U.S. Air Force RKO Radio Pictures; Winchester Pictures Corporation, etc. 1
Inferno (Samantha McGee) villain
CBR Scale: S mystically empowered
U.S. Air Force; Exemplars Marvel 6
Junior Juniper Junior Juniper supporting character
  U.S. Air Force; The Howling Commandos
[based on Jerry Lewis; had cancer; joined Howling Commandos]
Marvel 6
Mad Dog Mad Dog (Buzz Baxter) villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
Secret Empire; U.S. Air Force
[ex-husband of Patsy Walker/Hellcat]
Marvel Timely 40
Man-Wolf Man-Wolf (John Jameson) supporting character
  U.S. Air Force; The Avengers (staff)
[J. Jonah Jameson's son]
Marvel 231
General C.J. Morales supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[wrote reports to Norman Osborn about Ms. Mravel]
Marvel 4
Phil supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[flying, seeking Namor, Daredevil hitched ride]
Marvel 1
Red Hulk Red Hulk (Thunderbolt Ross) supporting character villain hero
CBR Scale: I Catholic; atheist
U.S. Air Force; The Avengers...  Marvel 350
Mike Rogers supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[briefly believed to be Captain America's brother]
Marvel 2
Michael Rossi Michael Rossi supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[O.S.I. officer]
Marvel 14
Colonel Glenn Talbot Colonel Glenn Talbot supporting character
  U.S. Air Force; Hulkbusters (U.S. Military) Marvel 152
The Thing The Thing (Ben Grimm) hero
CBR Scale: S Jewish
U.S. Air Force; The Fantastic Four...  Marvel 5,017
U.S. Air Force U.S. Air Force supporting character group real/historical person
  [1st app: Marvel Mystery Comics #2 (Dec. 1939)] Marvel 197
unnamed F-16 fighter pilot supporting character
 indeterminate  U.S. Air Force 20th Century Fox Marvel Enterprises 3
unnamed general supporting character
 prob. indeterminate  U.S. Air Force Marvel 1
unnamed major unnamed major (Major) supporting character
  U.S. Air Force
[at scene where his friend Col. Rossi "died" in plane crash]
Marvel 1
Valhalla Base Valhalla Base supporting character group
  U.S. Air Force; NORAD
[location of NORAD command center]
Marvel 3
War Machine War Machine (Jim Rhodes) hero
CBR Scale: I Christian (denomination unknown)
U.S. Air Force; United States Marine Corps...  Marvel 389

This character is in the following 14 stories which have been indexed by this website:
The Champions (vol. 1) #10 (Jan. 1977): "One Man's Son is Another Man's Poison!"
Classic X-Men #6 (Feb. 1987): "Merry Christmas, X-Men..." (mentioned)
Daredevil (vol. 1) #7 (Apr. 1965): "In Mortal Combat with Sub-Mariner!"
The Fantastic Four
Kickers, Inc. #10 (Aug. 1987): "Deadly Force"
Marvel Treasury Special, Giant Superhero Holiday Grab-Bag (1974): "In Mortal Combat with Sub-Mariner!"
Megaton Man
Special War Series #4 (Nov. 1965): "Introducing Rip Jagger... Judomaster!"
The Thing from Another World (1951)
X-Men


Suggested links for further research about this character:
  - http://www.comicvine.com/united-states-air-force-usaf/65-44417/
  - http://marvel.wikia.com/United_States_Air_Force