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    Omega Flight (01 - Delphine Courtney's Team)
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Bio:
The original Omega Flight was gathered by Jerome Jaxon with the help of Delphine Courtney. Courtney had the Influencer supplied by Roxxon, which magnified certain negative emmotions in prospective drafts. Jaxon gathered former members of Gamma Flight and Beta Flight to the World Trade Center in New York, he convinced them that James Hudson had abandoned them and crushed their dreams. He wanted to crush the dreams of James Hudson by destroying him and his team, Alpha Flight. Jaxon lured Guardian to them by having his employers, Roxxon, offer Hudson a job in New York. When Guardian discovered who had really brought him to New York, he summoned Alpha Flight to join him. Courtney had taken Hudson's wife, Heather, hostage to bait his trap. Guardian was faced by Omega Flight with Jaxon in control of the Box armor. Once Alpha Flight arrived Hudson was able to concentrate on his battle with Jaxxon. The strength of the Box armor inflicted significant damage to the Guardian battle-suit. Hudson used the power-pack from his suit to short out the Box armor causing a feedback that fried Jaxon's brain. Guardian's power pack then overloaded seemingly killing him.

Even though the creator of this team had died, Delphine Courtney continued on with his work in a second attempt to destroy Alpha Flight. She created the disguise of Dark Guardian pretending to be the James Hudson back from the dead. She then set up a trap at the West Edmonton Mall, where Omega Flight was hiding waiting to attack. In the mall Talisman, Puck and Northstar were taken down by Omega Flight with help from Courtney. The rest of Alpha Flight arrived and turned the tables. After having to retreat from Alpha Flight, they were stopped by Madison Jeffries and Courtney was destroyed by him. Once away from the Influencer that Courtney controlled the remaining members of Omega Flight reformed their criminal ways.

Members:
An image for Box (Marvel)(02 - Jerome Jaxon) exists Box (Marvel)(02 - Jerome Jaxon)
An image for Delphine Courtney exists Delphine Courtney
An image for Diamond Lil exists Diamond Lil
An image for Flashback (Marvel) exists Flashback (Marvel)
An image for Jerome 'Jerry' Jaxon exists Jerome 'Jerry' Jaxon
An image for Smart Alec exists Smart Alec
An image for Wild Child (Marvel) exists Wild Child (Marvel)


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Appearances:
Alpha Flight (1983)
Alpha Flight (2004)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (1985)


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