Damien Scott was a U.S. Army Delta Force operative. In 2003 Scott was suspended from service because two kiligrams of opium was found in his locker; he denied ownership and reacted violently, leading to him being dishonourably discharged from Delta Force. In 2011, he became a field operative for the British military intelligence unit Section 20.
Damien was born in April 1978 in Detroit, Michigan. Scott is estranged from his Father and Mother, he has two brothers named Drew ad John, he also had a wife however they are no longer together.
Scott graduated from the U.S. Army Fort Benning in Georgia at the age of 19. Damiens supervising officer described him as a "strong and skilled solider" however he also said that Scott has "issues with autority".
United States ArmyEdit
Damien was a member of the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (SFOD-D) or "Delta Force" before the invasion of Iraq in 2003 and became an "acquaintance" of SAS soldier John Porter around this time as well, it is unknown what exactly Damien did for the US army but what is known is that Damien was sent on a mission to find WMD's in Iraq, but he was set up in an operation called Trojan Horse.
2001-2003: Operation Enduring FreedomEdit
- Assigned to 1st Special Forces Operational Detacthment-Delta.
- Worked with Afghan fighting forces.
- Liason with C.I.A and British S.A.S.
- Suspected of using government funds for unapproved purposes; never proved.
2003: Operation Iraqi FreedomEdit
- Assigned to search for WMD in Basra.
- Suspended from service for possession of opium.
- Denied ownership, led to violent behaviour; dishonorably discharged.
Central Intelligence AgencyEdit
Damien did contract killings for the CIA. On July 14, 2005 he did his last one, when he killed a corrupt American businessman and his son Daniel.
British Military Intelligence (Section 20)Edit
Damien was initially hunted down by Section 20 in order to help find a Pakistani Terrorist called Latif and the kidnapped John Porter, Scott was found in Malaysia, South East Asia by Sgt. Michael Stonebridge and was thus recruited into Section 20. After getting to Section 20 HQ in London, Damien along with the other members of Section 20 witnessed John Porter's assassination by men loyal to Latif, and as a result Scott was given service in Section 20 specifically to hunt down Latif. Scott undertook many missions for Section 20 and he finally managed to get justice for his dead friend and former Section 20 colleague John Porter by capturing Latif in Hungary.
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