Here's my OC for the DA group Soldier's Heaven [link]
Real Name: Frank J. Dolarhyde
Code Name: Dolarhyde
Area of expertise: Light Infantry
Served in the United States 75th Ranger Regiment until he was 24 and has been in and out of private military companies (PMC) for 11 years.
Like others PMC veterans, Dolarhyde has a developed a pretty good knack for knowing how to survive in any given situation. He'll rarely do a solo mission and prefers to work within a group of well trained professionals (which Soldier's Heaven has in abundance). Though most of his expertise are in missions where light infantry involvement is applicable, he does have experience in security detail and processing POWs.
The only hang-up Dolarhyde has is mercenaries who let their morals prevent them from doing their job well. When the need for mercenaries was low, Dolarhyde has taken contracts in gun running, drug trafficking, protecting international criminals, and has even organized third-world death-squads just to keep his career going. Dolarhyde sees himself as a mercenary, not a hero... all the heroes he's known end up dead or disabled: physically and/or mentally, usually screwed over by the government they had sworn to serve.
The character is heavily influenced by Clement Sauve's Army of Two: 40th Day Breznev design [link]
. His character designs are awesome!
The name Frank J. Dolarhyde is more or less blatantly ripped from the serial killer Francis Dolarhyde from Thomas Harris' novel "Red Dragon," the first in the Hannibal Lecter series which I've been enjoying immensely on audiobook (one of my man-crushes, Ralph Fiennes plays him in the movie).