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[[File:Coastguard.jpg|150px|thumb|No body was found tonight.]]
 
[[File:Coastguard.jpg|150px|thumb|No body was found tonight.]]
   
As part of her undercover deception, [[Nina Myers]] falsely informed [[Jack Bauer]] that his daughter Kim had been found dead in the water, prompting him to vengefully wipe out the Drazens and their men. Afterwards, outside the [[Dock 11A|dock]], Jack approached a member of the [[Coast Guard]] and asked him if he could claim Kim's body, but that officer was confused and called the [[Frank (Day 1)|harbormaster]]. He was informed that neither the Coast Guard nor the harbormaster found a body that night.
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As part of her undercover deception, [[Nina Myers]] falsely informed [[Jack Bauer]] that his daughter Kim had been found dead in the water, prompting him to vengefully wipe out the Drazens and their men. Afterwards, outside the [[Dock 11A|dock]], Jack approached a member of the [[Coast Guard]] and asked him if he could claim Kim's body, but was informed that neither the Coast Guard nor the [[Frank (Day 1)|harbormaster]] found a body that night.
   
 
: ''The Coast Guard officer was played by [[Kevin Chapman]] in "[[Day 1: 11:00pm-12:00am|11:00pm-12:00am]]."''
 
: ''The Coast Guard officer was played by [[Kevin Chapman]] in "[[Day 1: 11:00pm-12:00am|11:00pm-12:00am]]."''
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[[File:Coral Snake 1.jpg|150px|thumb|Spotting unexpected survivors]]
 
[[File:Coral Snake 1.jpg|150px|thumb|Spotting unexpected survivors]]
   
A [[Coral Snake]] unit, led by this commando, arrived at the crash site of the plane with the instructions of killing any survivor to prevent the intelligence agencies from knowing [[Roger Stanton]]'s involvement in the conspiracy. The leader found one survivor – [[Rick Phillips]] and executed him, but was alerted when [[Jack Bauer|another survivor]] shot one of his soldiers and a gunfight ensued. The leader and all members of his unit were later wiped out by Jack and the CTU search and rescue team.
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A [[Coral Snake]] unit, led by this commando, arrived at the crash site of the plane with the instructions of killing any survivor to prevent the intelligence agencies from knowing [[Roger Stanton]]'s involvement in the conspiracy. The leader found one [[Rick Phillips|survivor]] and executed him, but was alerted when [[Jack Bauer|another survivor]] shot one of his soldiers and a gunfight ensured. The leader and all members of his unit were later wiped out by Jack and the CTU search and rescue team.
   
 
: ''The Coral Snake leader appeared in "[[Day 2: 4:00pm-5:00pm|4:00pm-5:00pm]]."''
 
: ''The Coral Snake leader appeared in "[[Day 2: 4:00pm-5:00pm|4:00pm-5:00pm]]."''
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: ''The military officer was played by [[Stephen Mendel]] in "[[Day 2: 5:00am-6:00am|5:00am-6:00am]]."''
 
: ''The military officer was played by [[Stephen Mendel]] in "[[Day 2: 5:00am-6:00am|5:00am-6:00am]]."''
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=== Officer with Novick ===
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[[File:S2ep22 officer.jpg|150px|thumb|Checking Palmer's official codes]]
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A military officer accompanied [[Mike Novick]] to relieve [[David Palmer]] of his presidential access codes after Palmer was removed from office following [[25th Amendment]] proceedings. When Palmer turned over the code card, Mike beckoned the officer to verify them. The officer used a small device to confirm, and reported that everything was in order. The two then left Palmer in the custody of [[Aaron Pierce]].
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: ''The military officer was played by [[Steven Arthur]] in "[[Day 2: 5:00am-6:00am|5:00am-6:00am]]."''
   
 
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: ''The Lt. Colonel was played by [[Michael Broderick]] in "[[Day 6: 10:00am-11:00am|10:00am-11:00am]]."''
 
: ''The Lt. Colonel was played by [[Michael Broderick]] in "[[Day 6: 10:00am-11:00am|10:00am-11:00am]]."''
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=== National Guard sentry ===
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[[File:S6ep6_guardsman.jpg|150px|right|thumb|Confronted by Sandra]]
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A [[United States National Guard|National Guardsman]] at the [[Anacostia Detention Facility]] in [[Washington, D.C.]] was a sentry at the gate during [[Season 6|Day 6]]. He was approached at 11:46am by [[Sandra Palmer]], who wanted to remove her significant other [[Walid Al-Rezani]] from danger inside the internment area. When she sternly asked him to open the gate, the Guardsman denied her entry. Only when [[FBI]] agent [[Samuels]] arrived did the soldier open it. They arrived just in time to save Walid's life from an angry mob.
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: ''The National Guardsman was played by the uncredited actor [[Chris Gann]] in "[[Day 6: 11:00am-12:00pm|11:00am-12:00pm]]."''
   
 
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: ''The Marine sergeant was played by [[Patrick Walton]].''
 
: ''The Marine sergeant was played by [[Patrick Walton]].''
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== Day 7 ==
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=== Marine squad leader ===
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[[File:S7ep11sarge.jpg|150px|thumb|Preparing to blast down a [[White House]] door]]
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When Jack Bauer tortured [[Ryan Burnett]] in the [[White House]], a squad of [[Marine]]s prepared to stop him on the orders of the President. The sergeant in charge informed President Taylor that the door bomb was ready, and when given the order he burst into the room with the other Marines. He called for an EMT upon seeing Burnett's distressed state.
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: ''The Marine squad leader was played by [[Darren Keefe]] in "[[Day 7: 6:00pm-7:00pm|6:00pm-7:00pm]]."''
   
 
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:''"Soldier #1" was portrayed by [[Simon Naylor]] in {{ep|9x11s}}.''{{-}}
 
:''"Soldier #1" was portrayed by [[Simon Naylor]] in {{ep|9x11s}}.''{{-}}
   
==Day 10==
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==''Legacy''==
===Black Hawk pilot===
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===Ranger pilot===
This [[U.S. Army Ranger]] piloted the [[UH-60 Black Hawk]] (callsign [[Big Bird]]) that deployed a Ranger team to capture [[Ibrahim Bin-Khalid]] in [[Yemen]]. The pilot coordinated with mission planner [[Rebecca Ingram]] to avoid enemy detection and notified the team to prepare as they approached the landing zone. Later, he, his co-pilot, and a gunner secured the landing zone from a mob of Bin-Khalid's soldiers.
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This [[U.S. Army Ranger]] piloted the [[UH-60 Black Hawk]] (callsign [[Big Bird]]) that deployed a Ranger team to capture [[Ibrahim Bin-Khalid]] in [[Yemen]]. The pilot coordinated with mission planner [[Rebecca Ingram]] to avoid enemy detection and notified the team to prepare as they approached the landing zone. Later, he, his co-pilot, and a gunner secured the landing zone from a mob of fighter.
 
:''The Black Hawk pilot was portrayed by [[Scott Levy]] in {{ep|10x00}}.''
 
:''The Black Hawk pilot was portrayed by [[Scott Levy]] in {{ep|10x00}}.''
:''The other rangers on the squad were portrayed (uncredited) by [[Rico Dakhil]] ([[Stewart]]), [[Scott C. Roe]] ([[Philman]]), [[Joost Janssen]], [[Jack Murillo]], [[Tom Riordan]], [[Brett R. Miller]], [[Christian Stewart]], and [[Todd C. Sharbutt]]. With the exception of Dakhil, [[Corey Hawkins]], and [[Charlie Hofheimer]], the actors playing the Army Rangers in ''The Raid'' were all combat veterans of the U.S. armed forces.''
 
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===Ranger support analysts===
 
These two Army intelligence agents supported the [[Ibrahim Bin-Khalid|Bin-Khalid]] operation from the command post, helping [[Rebecca Ingram]] monitor the Ranger squad's body cameras and running [[facial recognition]] to confirm Bin-Khalid's presence within the base.
 
:''The two analysts appeared in {{ep|10x00}}.''
 
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===Homeless man===
 
:[[File:10x02 homeless man.jpg|150px|right|thumb|Talking to Eric Carter]]
 
A homeless [[United States Marine Corps|Marine Corps]] veteran lived beneath an underpass near [[Washington Union Station]]. While fleeing from his attackers, [[Ben Grimes]] gave the veteran his jacket to better disguise himself. Minutes later, [[Eric Carter]] asked the man where Grimes had gone, and mentioned that he was a former [[Army Ranger]]; smiling, the veteran told him Grimes had been running for the nearby train tracks.
 
:''The homeless man was portrayed by [[Corey Hendrix]] in {{ep|10x02s}}.''
 
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===Pentagon security Marine===
 
:[[File:10x11 Pentagon entrance guard.jpg|150px|right|thumb|Greeting John Donovan]]
 
This [[United States Marine Corps|Marine]] officer was stationed at the [[Pentagon]] entrance. He greeted [[Senator]] [[John Donovan]] and [[Eric Carter]] when they arrived at around 10:20pm. He was suspicious when Carter's fake credentials weren't green-lighted, but when it finally came through, he let them in.
 
:''The security Marine was portrayed by [[Jarrett Michael]] in {{ep|10x11s}}.''
 
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==Multiple-season military personnel==
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===Ranger co-pilot===
=== Officer with Novick ===
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This [[U.S. Army Ranger]] was the co-pilot for the [[Ibrahim Bin-Khalid|Bin-Khalid]] operation in [[Yemen]]. Later, he also manned one of the Black Hawk's machine guns when a large mob of Bin-Khalid's supporters appeared at the landing zone.
   
[[File:S2ep22 officer.jpg|150px|thumb|Checking Palmer's official codes]]
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:''The Black Hawk co-pilot was portrayed by [[Christian Stewart]] in {{ep|10x00}}.''
   
A military officer accompanied [[Mike Novick]] to relieve [[David Palmer]] of his presidential access codes after Palmer was removed from office following [[25th Amendment]] proceedings. When Palmer turned over the code card, Mike beckoned the officer to verify them. The officer used a small device to confirm, and reported that everything was in order. The two then left Palmer in the custody of [[Aaron Pierce]]. On [[Day 4]], the officer was on board [[Air Force One]] with [[John Keeler]].
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===Ranger gunner===
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During the [[Ibrahim Bin-Khalid|Bin-Khalid]] operation, this [[U.S. Army Ranger]] remained behind along with [[Stewart]] to secure the landing zone.
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:''The Ranger gunner, seen at the aircraft's left door in the first shot, was portrayed by [[Brett Miller]] in {{ep|10x00}}.''
   
: ''The military officer was played by [[Steven Arthur]] in {{ep|2x22}} and {{ep|4x03}}.''
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===Injured ranger===
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This [[U.S. Army Ranger]] was part of the fire team for the [[Ibrahim Bin-Khalid|Bin-Khalid]] operation. While following [[Sergeant]] [[Ben Grimes|Grimes]] and [[Philman]] through the compound gate, he was unexpectedly shot by hostiles and fell to the ground. [[Sergeant]] [[Eric Carter|Carter]] ordered the [[#Ranger medic|team medic]] to get him back to the landing zone.
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:''The ranger shot at the gate was portrayed by [[Jack Murillo]] in {{ep|10x00}}.''
   
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===Ranger medic===
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This [[U.S. Army Ranger]] medic was part of the fire team for the [[Ibrahim Bin-Khalid|Bin-Khalid]] operation. When one of his squadmates was shot entering the compound, Carter ordered the medic to remain and get the injured man back to the landing zone.
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:''The ranger medic was portrayed by [[Tom Riordan]] in {{ep|10x00}}.''
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:''The other three rangers on the fire team - [[Philman]] and two unnamed men - were portrayed (uncredited) by [[Joost Janssen]], [[Scott C. Roe]], and [[Todd C. Sharbutt]]. With the exception of [[Corey Hawkins]], [[Charlie Hofheimer]], and [[Rico Dakhil]], the Army Rangers in ''The Raid'' were all played by combat veterans of the U.S. armed forces.''
   
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==Multiple-season military personnel==
 
===Navy pilot===
 
===Navy pilot===
 
[[File:F-18-pilot.jpg|thumb|200px|Awaiting orders]]
 
[[File:F-18-pilot.jpg|thumb|200px|Awaiting orders]]
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