World War II History (semi-fictional)
Logan World War II: After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the United States of America began their involvement in the bloodiest conflict in human history. In 1943, in preparation for the massive planned invasion of France (Operation Overlord), the United States drafts 3,323,970 soldiers.
Logan, now considered a Soldier of Fortune, registers for selection and is drafted into the 5th Service Command of the U.S. Armed forces. On June 6th 1944, the man that would become known as the “Wolverine”, storms the beaches of Normandy as part of the 29th Infantry Division, 116th Regiment.
- Logan World War II Dog Tags : 1940’s Style, United States Military spec., stamped stainless steel dog tags. Stamped with “LOGAN”, serial number “45825243”, year of tetanus immunization “T43”, and religious preference “NO”. Each tag is stamped using vintage pre-1950’s era dog tag stamping machines, and distressed to simulate decades of exposure and wear. Comes with (1) World War II style stainless steel ball neck chain, and (1) spare tag chain.
Wade Wilson: Like Logan, Wade was a hired mercenary, with no allegiance to any particular government. While Wade’s origins are varying and unclear, a tale tell sign of his age is revealed in a designation on his dog tag. “T42”, specifies the year of his tetanus immunization as 1942. No information has been given or speculated to Wade’s involvement in World War II, but his dog tags suggest that he was indeed alive and a member of U.S. armed forces.
After World War II, and presumably after Vietnam, Wade serves alongside U.S. Special Forces, continuing to sport his vintage World War II style dog tags. Shortly after, he is discharged, and finds himself ushered into the Weapon-X Program.
- Wade Wilson WWII Dog Tags: Pre-1950’s notched raw steel, post-WWII embossed modern type lettering and numbers. Embossed with “WADE WILSON”, serial number “34256178”, year of tetanus immunization “T42”, blood type “A”, and religious preference “NO”. Each tag is stamped using vintage pre-1950’s era dog tag stamping machines, and distressed to simulate decades of exposure and wear. Comes with (1) World War II style stainless steel ball neck chain, and (1) spare tag chain.