Bio: Breaker was born in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. When he was ten years old, he was interested in Ham radio and began to learn other languages so he could talk to everyone when he got his operator license. He eventually became proficient in seven languages.
Early in his military career, the Army's Criminal Investigation Division caught Breaker decrypting top secret transmissions. When he was questioned by investigators -- including Philip "Chuckles" Provost -- they realized he hadn't done so with any malicious intent. He simply wanted to see if he could. They also discovered how many languages he could speak. Eventually, Colonel Clayton "Hawk" Abernathy arrived in the interrogation room and told Breaker they were going on a run, up a mountain. He not only kept up with Hawk, but outpaced him. Soon after, Hawk recruited Breaker for the newly-forming G.I. Joe team.
Breaker and several others were killed in the blast. Only Duke, Falcon and Cross Country survived. Breaker and his teammates were given an "open boot" ceremony in the desert. By the end of the Joes' war in the middle east, fifteen Joes had lost their lives. Breaker and the other Joes killed in action were buried in Arlington National Cemetery.