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Allied Unit
Std unit allied regular idle.gif
No specialty icon
Starting equipment:
Average stats:
Health Rifle Exp Morale Speed
100 15-40 0 20-40 10px/s
Your standard soldier. You start with 4 of these on regular deployment.

This is him. Yes, that dude on that picture. This is your ordinary soldier or GI (General Infantry) that you will use often in the game. You will get four of them for free at the start of a regular deployment.

They are quite random in their attributes; they often will start with very random rifle and morale, but some medals can increase their rifle skill and morale.

They cost 3 TP and start with a Springfield rifle (but there is a medal to have them start with an M1 Garand).

That's right. He's your average, everyday G.I. Joe. There's nothing special about them, and that is what makes them awesome. This unit lacks a real weakness because he is your average, but has 2 strong attributes. He is the most upgradable unit in the game, making him adaptable to any situation or strategy. The second strength is his ability to level up fairly well. While other, more specialized units level up "OK," he can easily reach above 80 rifle and morale without aid, making him a real Kraut-killer.

Like all troops, Soldiers can have some serious rifle skill once they rank up, and when they are equipped with a Rifle Grenade and a Springfield, they can become Automatic Grenade Launchers.

Tending to be less of a bullet magnet than a Special Ops, a soldier is able to stay alive relatively longer. While many have chosen the spec ops over the normal soldier, both can be viable for killing some Krauts.

Some people say they are similar to the German Wehrmacht.

A scrimmage line of soldiers

Real Life

The soldier is the most basic of all the units available. The actual soldier could range from a seasoned veteran like Sarge to a new draftee at age 17. Also known as General Infantry (G.I.), or grunts, these guys were the main attack force, to which all U.S. male citizens over 18 were drafted into, providing they were not already in a branch of the military. The rifle of these guys reflects the actual training they would receive, a varied amount.

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