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Bravo One Charlie
From Left to Right: Marlowe, Sweetwater, Haggard, Redford

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"We want you to do what you do best. Be unorthodox. Be lethal. Can you do that for me?"
General Braidwood

Bravo One Charlie, later designated Bravo Two, is the call sign for a four-man squad led by Sergeant Samuel Redford during the First and Second Russo-American Wars. Originally a unit within the 222nd Army Battalion's Bravo Company advised by Mike-One-Juliet and Archangel, the squad was later transferred to the command of General Braidwood of the CIA's Special Activities Division during the events of the second war. The squad was originally comprised of Redford, Terrence Sweetwater, George Gordon Haggard Jr., and Bobby Sanford, but was later joined by Preston Marlowe after Sanford was killed in action.


Bravo One Charlie was a four-man fireteam in the 222nd Army Battalion's Bravo Company during the First Russo-American conflict. Nicknamed "Bad Company", Bravo Company was where the United States Army had all its insubordinates, hell-raisers and troublemakers that wouldn't fit in any other unit raked together. Actively used as expendable assets placed at the front lines, B-Company had the highest mortality rate in the entire United States Army, and transfer to the company was usually used as an alternative punishment for soldiers.

Bravo One was known for being an incredibly unorthodox, insubordinate, but surprisingly effective squad during the Russian conflicts. The squad was responsible for defeating the Legionnaire Mercenaries, apprehending Rico Escopar, destroying a Russian Scalar Weapon, and killing Arkady Kirilenko. Meanwhile, Bravo One purposely invaded the officially neutral country of Serdaristan, went AWOL pursuing the Legionnaire's gold while in Serdaristan, later stole said gold from the US Army after it was secured, and would again go AWOL to track down Colonel Kirilenko without official backing.

Despite their perchance for disobeying orders and going off mission, the unit's talent in combat and easy deniability resulted in them receiving several high-risk missions during the Russian wars. After transfer to Special Activities, the squad was also embedded into several other units while on mission, including Task Force Kodiak and a unit of Marines while in Argentina.

Known MembersEdit

Bravo One Charlie has consisted of four soldiers since its conception; any soldier lost was quickly replaced by the new fodder constantly joining Bravo Company. The only known member of the unit to have been killed while part of the squad is Bobby Sanford, but Sweetwater and Haggard imply that several other "New Guys" had been killed in action during conversations in Battlefield: Bad Company. The squad has had no direct causalities since the addition of Marlowe, although supporting personnel such as Flynn have been KIA.




Pre-Bad CompanyEdit

"The guys I've got in my squad now, Haggard, Sweetwater? Hell, I wouldn't trust them with my car keys. Sometimes I think they're more likely to kill each other than getting killed by the enemy."
— Redford[1]

Bravo One Charlie was formed after Sergeant Samuel Redford agreed to transfer to B-Company, despite their mortality rate, in exchange for a shorter tour and faster retirement. Three Privates are put into Redford's new squad: Haggard, an explosives obsessed demolition expert; Sweetwater, an overly-cautious IT specialist demoted to automatic rifleman; and Sanford, a model soldier with a tendency of not thinking things through.[2]

The unit was active in central Europe for a few weeks, during which the squad went on what was intended to be a stealth mission at an enemy factory. Haggard, however, ended up going off mission by rigging the entire factory with C4 and detonating it before the squad had cleared out, almost getting Sweetwater crushed by a collapsing smokestack. [3] Following this, the entirety of B-Company was informed that they would taking up positions on the eastern front in the coming weeks as the rest of Army began to pull its more valuable forces out of eastern Europe.[4]

Just before the squad was to be given their new orders and moved to the front, Bobby Sanford was killed in action after being run over by a tank he was urinating in front of. This was particularly distressing to Haggard, who had been intending to "inherit" Sanford's '58 Impala Convertible, but Sanford had not told his wife about it before he died.[5] Meanwhile, Preston Marlowe, a Private stationed in Lodz, Poland, accidentally landed a UH-60 Black Hawk (which he was unauthorized to fly in the first place) on the local General's Limo. Instead of incarcerating him, Marlowe is instead transferred to B-Company as punishment.[6] With a replacement already on its way in the form of Marlowe, Bravo One Charlie is sent to the front with the rest of B-Company.

Battlefield: Bad CompanyEdit

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Battlefield: Bad Company 2Edit

(NOTE: Text in italics indicates details from an early draft of Bad Company 2's script, and may not be entirely cannon in the Bad Company timeline.)

The squad manages to escape from the war with the gold for a time, spending it on beachside homes and, in Haggard's case, over sized golden jewelry. The group is eventually tracked down by Army Military Police, however, and are detained. Offered the same deal as before, join B-Company or be sent to prison, the squad is sent back to the 222nd as hostilities with the Russians are renewed.[7]

They were sent on a mission to recover possible intel on the Scalar Weapon. After completing the mission, the squad was greeted by General Braidwood, commander of the Special Activities Division. He recruits the squad into the Division gives them the new call sign of Bravo-Two Charlie. He confirmed that the compound of the super weapon the squad had recovered was a "fake",that the Russians were building. He sends the squad to Bolivia to find Agent Aguire, while giving them a USB drive with information about the weapon.

The squad is later tasked with finding Arkady Kirilenko after downing a French weather satellite and finding Aguire's intel on what is to be revealed as the Scalar Weapon and the project's leader Kirilenko.

Once Bravo-Two finds Kirilenko in southern Chile, Sweetwater discovers he had a shipping manifest for the Sangre Del Toro, a freighter that went down in 1949 off of the coast of Peru, but somehow wound up in the middle of the Atacama Desert like many other ships. The squad heads to the desert in search of the compound needed for the Scalar Weapon and finds the ship and the compound after triangulating it position as well as documents detailing Operation Aurora.

After giving the compound to Aguire, he then betrays the squad, giving it to Kirilenko who then kills him as he is no longer needed. After Flynn is blown up in his helicopter by an RPG, Bravo-Two move through Medellín, Colombia in search of Kirilenko and the Scalar Weapon. They find that it is located on an An-225 after it was test-fired.

They board the plane before it takes off and destroy the weapon with explosives before it could be activated. They also succeeded in killing Kirilenko while free falling after they were forced to abandon the aircraft. After landing in Texas, the squad is soon met by Braidwood who inform them of Russia's ploy to invade America through Alaska.


  1. Battlefield Bad Company - Sergeant Redford's Video Blog - Youtube - Retrieved April 24, 2016
  2. Fishing - Battlefield: Bad Company Blog - Archived June 18, 2009; Retrieved April 25, 2016
  3. Somewhere else - Battlefield: Bad Company Blog - Archived June 18, 2009; Retrieved April 25, 2016
  4. Moving up east - Battlefield: Bad Company Blog - Archived June 18, 2009; Retrieved April 25, 2016
  5. A new guy - Battlefield: Bad Company Blog - Archived June 18, 2009; Retrieved April 25, 2016
  6. I really messed up today - Battlefield: Bad Company Blog - Archived June 18, 2009; Retrieved April 25, 2016
  7. David Goldfarb on Twitter - Twitter - Retrieved April 24, 2016

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