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James MacAllen





James MacAllen is a seargent in Company D, 13th Platoon. He's one of the best combat leaders 13th platoon has. He's fearless, loyal, and always willing to protect the members of his squad. He was drafted by the USMC and became a Marine Raider and after finishing his tour he enlisted into the US Army as a infantrymen.


James was born in Boston, Massachusets to an Irish family. From a young age he always was interested in his families warrior heritage. Instead of going to college he did odd jobs around Massachusets and was drafted by the USMC. During his tour he became a Marine Raider and saw combat in Gualdacanal Campaign. He finished his tour with 89 confirmed kills and 58 more un-confirmed kills and many war trophies. After completing his USMC tour he enlisted in the US Army finding the military life perfect for him.

World War 2Edit

James was drafted in 1942 by the US Marine Corp he spent his entire tour in the Gualdacanal Campaign as a Marine Raider where he accumalated 147 possible kills. After his tour was up he left the USMC as a Corporal after being home for a month he enlisted in the US Army and was assigned to the 1st Infantry Division. He then volunteeerd to join the 101st. After joining the 502nd PIR he reached the rank of Seargent and became a squad leader. In 1944 he was promoted to Staff Seargent and given a new squad member Cody Anderson.


  • M1 Carbine (Thomson M1A1 after Normandy landings)
  • Captured Type 26
  • USMC Raider Stilleto
  • Mk 2 Grenade


  • Purple Heart
  • Combat Action Ribbon
  • Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal
  • American Campaign Medal
  • Presidential Unit Citation
  • Combat Infantryman Badge
  • Good Conduct Medal
  • Nominated for Navy Cross (Still Pending)
  • Silver Star
  • Bronze Star
  • Marksmanship Badge