Religion: indeterminate

Name: Sarge

Other Names: Sergeant

Classification: supporting character supporting character  

Publisher(s): Marvel

First Appearance: Captain America (vol. 1) #153 (Sep. 1972): "Captain America--Hero or Hoax?"

Creators: Steve Englehart, Sal Buscema, Jim Mooney

Number of Appearances: 1

Teams/Affiliations: NYPD

Ally: Daniels
Ally: Bob Courtney
Ally: Sgt. Brian Muldoon

Occupation: police

Location: New York City, New York, USA

Race: white

Gender: male

Note: desk sargeant where Steve Rogers worked as cop

Sarge worked in the same NYPD precinct that Captain America worked in for a time, in his secret identity (Steve Rogers).

Like most cops who worked there, Sarge admired Sgt. Brian Muldoon, and had a hard time believing what Muldoon was accused of when he was suspended from the force.

In Captain America (vol. 1) #153, Steve Rogers patrol partner Bob Courtney enters the precinct station, only to be told by the desk sergeant ("Sarge", who is NOT Muldoon), that Rogers called in sick.

Bob Coutney, entering the station, says: "Evening, boys. How goes the war on crime today?"

Sarge, who is sitting a the precinct desk, replies: "Same as always, Bob--lousy."

Then Sarge adds: "Oh -- Your partner Rogers called-- He's got the flu bug. Won't be in."

While Bob Courtney ponders his suspicions about Steve Rogers strange behavior of late (sneaking away to be Captain America, a role Courtney knows nothing about), Courtney overhears Daniels talk to Sarge about Sgt. Muldoon.

Sarge says: "This makes the sixth day Rogers has missed since he joined up. He'd be in for a good talking-to, if Muldoon were here-- --but Muldoon isn't here. Up on charges. Doesn't seem possible."

Officer Daniels, speaking with Sarge, muses: "Personally, Sarge, I think he was framed."

Sarge agrees, saying, "Personally, Daniels, I think you're right. Muldoon's a darn good cop!"

This character is in the following 2 stories which have been indexed by this website:
Captain America