This Centipede Serum infused soldier was a former soldier of the United States Armed Forces. He was recruited into the Centipede Project, a branch of HYDRA, founded by the Clairvoyant. The soldier became equipped with multiple Centipede devices, as well as a Backscatter X-Ray Eye Implant. He was one member of a group of Centipede soldiers who broke Edison Po from the Havenworth Federal Penitentiary.
The Soldier also participated in an ambush on Coulson's Team in Oakland, California, where he fought hand-to-hand with agents Grant Ward and Melinda May. He was soon ordered by Raina to retreat. After the ambush, he accompanied Raina to the foul exchange of Mike Peterson's son for Phil Coulson.
After taking custody of Agent Coulson, he stood guard as Po tried to torture information out of Coulson. He assumed the same duty while Raina exposed Coulson to the Theta Brain-Wave Frequency Machine. The rest of Coulson's team arrived at the scene, and the soldier battled with Agent Ward until he fell victim to the Night-Night Bracelet dendrotoxin. He was later taken into custody by S.H.I.E.L.D..
Powers and Abilities
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- Artificially Enhanced Physiology: Due to use of the Centipede Device, a blood-filtering device made of Chitauri metal that delivers a combination of Extremis, Gamma Radiation, and elements of the Super Soldier Serum into his system, the Soldier has come to possess various superhuman abilities.
- Expert Combatant: The Soldier has a large knowledge of hand-to-hand combat, being able to fight against the highly trained S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Melinda May and Grant Ward.
- Centipede Device: The Centipede Soldier was outfitted with a device made of Chitauri metal which injects a serum based on Abraham Erskine's Super Soldier Serum mixed with Gamma Radiation and Extremis, designed to enhance his physical attributes to a super-human level.
- Backscatter X-Ray Eye Implant: A prosthetic ocular implant that allowed the Centipede Soldier to see through solid objects when his eyes were closed. It was also the means used by his handler to send orders and instructions.