Brenden Ocallahan

(PIC)

Player: Phil

Age: 38
Race: Irish-American
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 175

Background:
Brendan was born into a large Irish family in Chicago. Since he was a fighter and there were few legal jobs for him, he enlisted in the army to take part in the Great War. After boot camp, he was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 1st Combat Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division. Brendan landed in France in March 1918, ready for whatever the Huns were going to throw at him. His Division participated in the 2nd Battle of the Marne in July 1918, and introduced Brendan to a level of savagery that he, nor any of the other fresh-faced soldiers, would ever have expected. He served on or near the front lines until Armistice was signed later that year. Near the end of the war, Brendan was pulled off of the front line to serve as a tailgunner, then later as a fighter pilot, since they were in great demand. To Brendan, flying seemed to be second nature. After the War, he worked several odd jobs, but sadly, none paid as much as Organized Crime did. He didn’t work any jobs that were “too” illegal; security, bouncer, or any other jobs that were able to make use of the skills that he honed in the war. After a few brushes with the law, Brendan decided to leave that part of his life behind. He joined up with the McCormack Group around the end of 1929 as a pilot and “problem-solver.” The group’s current condition has not affected his loyalty, since the company gave him his first chance since the war to earn an honest wage.

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