|Former Members|| Bucky|
Dum Dum Dugan
The Howling Commandos was a now defunct team of Allied soldiers active during World War II.
- Bucky: Captain America's sidekick. Killed in action, but resurrected thanks to a deal between Captain America and Hela.
- Captain America/Steve Rogers: A supersoldier created by Project: Rebirth to be at the peak of human perfection. He is the most iconic member of the team and possibly the leader. Supposedly killed in action, but found to be in cryogenic stasis. Joined the Avengers.
- Dino Manelli: Deceased.
- Dum Dum Dugan: Deceased.
- Gabe Jones: Deceased.
- Izzy Cohen: Deceased.
- Jack Fury: Supposed leader of the group. Father of S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury. Deceased.
- James Howlett: A long lived mutant with a healing factor. Lost his memory as part of Weapon X. Still active and leads the X-Men and a member of the New Avengers.
- Percy Pinkerton: Deceased.
- Rebel Ralston: Deceased.
The history of the Howling Commandos are unknown.
Their symbol is of a wolf in soldier gear firing a gun.
The Commandos snuck onto the beaches and towards the fortress. They were spotted and began a battle. Jack Fury was injured so the Commandos stayed outside while Captain America and Bucky snuck in.
However, Red Skull tried to flee in an aircraft and Captain America and Bucky boarded it. Red Skull ejected and the two heroes were thought killed.
Over the years the other members died as well, except for the mutant James Howlett. James lost his memory, took on the name Logan and codename Wolverine, and joined the X-Men.
Eventually, Captain America was found to be alive in a state of cryogenic suspension. He was revived and joined the Avengers.
When Captain America went to Hel, he encountered the souls of the Commandos, or at least figures posing as them. They tormented him but Captain America overcame their taunts. He then made a deal with Hela to resurrect Bucky so he survived the explosion.
Not actually named.
In the ComicsEdit
It was Nick Fury who lead the team.
A Nazi defector named Eric Koenig joined.
Wolverine has never been a part of the team, though he has fought with them and Captain America during World War II.
Clay Quartermain was a member of one version.