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Christoph on fire

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Cristoph practicing the Fireman’s Carry at a training session for medics. Doesn’t he look heroic, ladies?

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WWII Medic Cristoph survives Battle of the Bulge

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Jan 25, 1945   — Ardennes Forest, Belgium. In Alternate Reality 7.21.2016 a battle weary but nonetheless unhurt Lt. Cristoph Waltz, Paras Medic is finally taken off the front line and is returning to base after an entire month and a half of helping the wounded and dying in the snow.

He hails from Youngstown, Pennyslvania, the son of German immigrants. He also serves as interpreter for the 101st Airborne Division under Gen. Anthony McAuliffe.

Rogue Pilot Christoph

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Christoph is a member of Green Squadron,  a specialised division of A-Wing Class Fighter Interceptors. Stationed in Coruscant, he is considered one of the deadliest fighter pilots of the Rebel Alliance. In the Battle of Endor alone, he took down a record 38 tie fighters before being shot by a Sith apprentice.

Currently he is training the next generation of rebel pilots at an undisclosed galactic star system in the Outer Rim.

Long Live the Rebel Alliance!

Christoph as soldier of the Night’s Watch

-Snow.jpgHalf brother to Lady Lyanna, Chris is the illegitimate son of Jeor Mormont, Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch.

The unexpected death of his Aunt, left his 12 year old half-sister, Lyanna, to rule Bear Island. To allay her fears that he would wage war to wrest the crown from her, he made a sacrifice and joined the Night’s Watch to prove that he had no designs on the throne..

Currently, he serves as a ranger under Jon Snow of House Stark.

Combat Veteran Christoph Waltz

Combat Veteran Christoph Waltz

Today in alternate universe 07.17.2016, the team is touched to find that Cmdr. Christoph Waltz is serving in the Austrian Special Forces.

Thru an imperial scholarship, he trained at the prestigious Theresian Military Academy in Castle Weiner Neustadt. Graduating with a starred first. (He returned there to serve as Commandant in 2000-2002.)

His first combat assignment was to assist the British Special Forces in the Falklands War in 1982 where he earned a commendation award from British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

He has served tours of duty in Kuwait,Iraq, Egypt, and notably Afghanistan, where he received a bronze star for rescuing the crew of a downed MedEvac helicopter.

Currently he serves at the EU Central Forces Committee and oversees various operations in the region.