- "After my twin brother Nick was reported missing in action after being shot down over Viet Cong territory I felt as if my nerve ends were tied to his – and what was happening to him."
Real Name: Nicholas Hunter
Nicknames: Nick; Twin
Former Aliases: Service number 409966; Lt. Hunter
Other Current Aliases: Major Hunter
Occupation: Pilot in the United States Air Force achieving the rank of Major.
Legal Status: Nick Hunter was a legal citizen of the United States with no criminal record; former P.O.W.
Marital Status: Marital status unknown
Group Affiliation: United States Air Force (1960s)
Base of Operations: Vietnam
Origin of character unknown.
Place of Birth: Place of birth unknown
Place of Death: Nick Hunter's current whereabouts, or even if he is still alive are as of yet unknown
Known Relatives: Colonel Benjamin Hunter (father); Captain Phillip Hunter (brother)
First Appearance: Our Fighting Forces #99
Final Appearance: Final appearance unknown
History of character unknown.
Known Powers: No known powers.
Known Abilities: No known abilities.
Strength Level: In his prime, Nick Hunter possessed the strength level of a man his age, size and weight who engaged in intensive regular exercise.
Equipment: Standard Air Force issue.
Transportation: Air Force fighter jet
Weapons: Standard military issue (U.S. Air Force)
- Major Hunter was created by writer Robert Kanigher.
- Although Nick and Phil belonged to two separate military units, their serial numbers were very similar. Phil's was 408866, and Nick's was 409966. This was also the serial number of Easy Company topkick Sgt. Rock. Allegedly, the number 409966 was writer Robert Kanigher's own dogtag number during the time he spent in the service.
- Our Fighting Forces #99
- Our Fighting Forces #100
- Our Fighting Forces #101
- Our Fighting Forces #102
- Our Fighting Forces #103
- Our Fighting Forces #104
- Our Fighting Forces #105