Colonel James Braddock
You really didn't think I'd leave ... without making sure you were dead?
Specialty: Can single-handedly shoot an entire enemy unit to a bloody pulp - not as gory as his colleague Rambo did in Burma recently, but in trademark eighties style: slow-motion and with a grim scowl.
Assignment: Taking out enemy sentry-posts by utilizing either his unique charm or impossibly cheesy one-liners. If both fail, he can still resort to a well-aimed roundhouse kick to the stomach or a monologue from "Walker, Texas Ranger".
Previous missions: The "Missing in Action" series from Cannon Films, a legendary label during the eighties. He first saw action in 1984, when director Joseph Zito - under orders from producers Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus - dispatched Chuck to Thailand. There, the Vietnam veteran and former POW Braddock had to liberate a handful of other POWs, and while he was at it, blow all commies to hell. Two sequels later, Vietnam was forgotten and he was off eliminating terrorists alongside Lee Marvin in the "Delta Force" pictures instead.
Littlejohn: Braddock! I'm warning you, don't step on any toes.
Braddock: I don't step on toes, Littlejohn, I step on necks.
Memorabilia: The movie itself is only available as a barebone release (MGM); better to grab Ian Spector's "The Truth About Chuck Norris: 400 Facts About the World's Greatest Human", read Chuck's autobiography "Against All Odds: My Story" or his exhortations on the topic of "Black Belt Patriotism: How to Reawaken America". And don't forget: "Google won't search for Chuck Norris because it knows you don´t find Chuck Norris, he finds you."
Personal Motto: Walk or crawl, we're gonna make it!