#1. Major Fitzgerald Williams
A Cold War Major
After training as an accountant during the late 1930s, the timid Fitzgerald Williams was draughted into the army for national service, gaining a commission as a result of his qualifications. Although he initially seemed ill suited to military life, he quickly displayed an aptitude for planning and a previously undiscovered psychotic blood lust, which combined to quickly propel him through the ranks to Major.
Since gaining that rank, the Williams has put every effort into being taken seriously and has attempted to become the stereotypical Major. His mustache, for example, is now so thick the his lips can no longer be seen.
As a Major in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces during the 1960s it is understandable that he has a marked dislike for Russians, however he dislikes them more than many of his fellow officers because “the damn commies don’t know the first thing about accounts”
Although he enjoys military life, he dreams of a job where he could viscously mutilate people whilst filling out tax returns.