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Angus on the Tail Gun
Nickname(s) Tail Gunner
Appears in Call of Duty: United Offensive
Rank Corporal
Affiliations Royal Air Force, "A" for Andy
Nationality British
Status K.I.A.
Killed By Unknown Luftwaffe airman
Death September 2nd, 1941
Over Southern Holland
Weapon Dual AN/M2 Browning Heavy Machine Guns
"They're on our six! They're on our six! Too many . . . argh!"
— Angus shortly before being killed

Angus was a Scottish airman in the RAF, assigned to the No. 90 Bomber Squadron with the B-17 "A for Andy." He appears in the first British campaign mission Bomber in Call of Duty: United Offensive.



Angus after being killed by a Bf 109

Angus originated from Scotland and enlisted with the British Royal Air Force on the onset of World War II. Stationed with the No. 90 Bomber Squadron, No. 2 Group RAF, his unit is tasked with the raid of a heavy industrial complex outside of Rotterdam, Holland on September 2, 1941. During the raid, Angus manned the tail gun of the B-17 Bomber, "A for Andy." Shortly after entering Dutch air space, the squadron came under attack by the Luftwaffe, with the Germans sending dozens of BF109s and peppering the bombers with Flak. As the battle intensified, Angus, along with the rest of the bomber gunners and the Supermarine Spitfire escort "Bulldog" defended the squadron valiantly. Angus died when his position was perforated by enemy fighters. It can be assumed that Angus' body was never recovered after "A for Andy" was shot down near Rotterdam, Holland.


  • "Tail gunner . . . right and ready."
  • "Aye, how was she?"

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