Dillon Anderson

"F*** turning the other cheek"


Basic Information

Strength Alertness Agility
73 95 96
Height Weight Age
72" 153 lbs 23
Primary MOS Secondary MOS Alignment
Point Man Grenadier Opportunistic


Small Arms Heavy Arms Hand To Hand Non-Weapons
Shotgun Light Machine Gun Unarmed Detect Ambushes
Grenade Launcher Flamethrower Knife Fighting Detect Mines/Booby Traps
Assault Rifle (M16) Grenade Throwing Land Navigation
Silent Movement
Basic Infantry

Wound Record

Wound Points Current ST Carrying Capacity Movement Rate

Service Record

Area of Assignment Commendations, Medals, and Awards Experience Points

Equipment Lists

Clothing List Pocket Contents Belt Attachments Shoulder Slung Handheld Items Rucksack Contents

Weapons and Combat Training

Weapons Base Effectiveness Heavy Weapons Base Effectiveness Hand To Hand Base Effectiveness
Assault Rifle (M16) Light Machine Gun Unarmed
Shotgun Flamethrower Knife Fighting
Grenade Launcher Grenade Throwing

Non-Weapons Skills

MOS Speciality Base Effectiveness General Skills Base Effectiveness
Detect Ambushes Silent Movement
Detect Mines/Booby Traps Climbing
Land Navigation Basic Infantry

Dillon Anderson was born in 1943 to Corbin and Stacy Anderson in western Baltimore. Corbin and Stacy had moved to Baltimore in 1943 from Mississippi, with Corbin taking a job at the Sparrow Point Plant for Bethlehem Steel. Corbin was a heavy drinker and used to take it out on Stacy and Dillon. When Dillon was eight years old, his father murdered his mother in a fit of alcoholic rage and beat him within an inch of his life. He was taken in by other family members, who were devout Southern Baptists, and tried to instill some discipline in Dillon’s life. Dillon rebelled against his family, became a troublemaker in school and was frequently in trouble with the law. He nevertheless somehow managed to graduate high school in 1961 and immediately went to work for Bethlehem Steel. Out on his own, without his conservative family to keep him in check, Dillon was known a drinker, gambler, and womanizer. In 1962, after several stints in jail, the last for punching out a policeman, Dillon met John Lawson. Lawson introduced him to the writings of Malcom X and the Nation of Islam, which heavily influenced Dillon’s lack of purpose and gave him a new sense of direction in his life. In 1966 he was drafted into the US Army.

Dillon Anderson

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