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Weight: 184 lbs.
Theme: “Kashmir” by Led Zeppelin
Marks, a well trained solider, has found employment with several corporate firms as a member of their anti-theft and piracy Security Forces and later trained as a Asset Protection Agent which is a fancy name for bodyguard. Marks is a quiet and forceful young man who is always ready for action, but fun loving at the same time and has been well like by most of his deployment teammates. Despite this friendliness Marks is a very private individual and does not speak much about his past or where he got his military training. Only extensive background checks and his original employment interview have any data on the subject of Marks’ past. Marks’ training comes from a black-ops division in the Marine Corp, which was deployed to eliminate criminal elements that were embedded in strongly defended placements or outside of the territories of the Marine Corp’s sphere of operations. After six years of service, Marks opted out of the Marines giving no known statement as to why and entered civilian service soon after leaving the military.
Marks’ record in the civilian Security Forces has been exceptional and he has received several commendations for his actions during deployment, but Marks has shown no interest in promotion to a command status beyond that of command of a strike team. As a strike team commander, Marks’ natural teacher mentality comes out as he forces agents under his command to develop and learn. Although his methods are sometimes very blunt, his loyalty to his agents is very apparent and only a few agents have ever asked for an early redeployment from Marks’ strike team.
Recently Marks has left the Company to seek employment as a Mercenary. He is accompanied by a previous Asset he was assigned to protect. Although the reason behind this sudden departure from the Company and his command is unknown, there is some evidence that points to a personal reason and not one of monetary gain. Whatever these personal reasons may be or if they stem from his past or present, it is apparent that they were strong enough that Marks would leave behind his strike team and the Company he has worked with for the past five years.