One of the most obscure characters in comics history, the Capital Eagle could serve as a patriotic NPC in your campaign. Since the Capital Eagle has appeared in only a couple of comics, much of what follows is conjecture and you should feel free to augment or reduce his abilities as needed in your own campaign.

Real Name: Unknown
Advantages: Contacts (Federal Government), Hardiness
Disadvantages: Enemy (Anarky), Fanatic (Capital Eagle is a die-hard patriot), Moral Code, Secret Identity
Reflexes: 3D
Acrobatics 5D, brawling 5D, climbing 4D, dodge 5D, melee weapons 4D (shield + 1D)
Coordination: 2D
Catch 3D, marksmanship 4D
Physique: 2D 
Leaping 4D, lifting 6D, resistance 3D, running 3D
Knowledge: 2D 
Criminology 4D
Perception: 2D
Survival 4D
Presence: 2D
Command 4D, willpower 3D
PDV : 3
Unarmed BDV : 3D
P/l Bonus : + 3
Hero Points: 6 Body Points: 29
Character Points: 45

Equipment: Capital Eagle uses several pieces of equipment:

  • Goggles [Infravision 4D, the goggles protect Capital Eagle from all flash attacks]
  • Uniform [Provides Armor Value 15 against physical attacks, 12 against heat and cold]
  • Shield [BDV 4D when used as a weapon, the shield has an Armor Value of 25 and possesses 125 Body Points]
History: Virtually nothing is known about the man who calls himself Capital Eagle. He was sent to apprehend the villain known as Anarky in one his only known mission. The conflict went poorly for the Eagle, who was beaten with ease. During this event, Anarky taunted the Capital Eagle, calling him a tool of the establishment. From this comment, it can be assumed that Capital Eagle is either a government-sanctioned superhero or at the very least an independent who espouses patriotic beliefs.

There are rumors that Capital Eagle was the product of a military program designed to find a suitable candidate, clothe him as a superhero and unleash him upon the public. The Capital Eagle would secretly answer to the federal government but would avoid outright ties with them, so as to make him seem more like a 'man of the people.' The Eagle would, hopefully, even be invited into other groups, such as the JLA or the Justice Society, where he would serve as the government's mole. Whether or not this is true -- or if these stories are just the ramblings of conspiracy theorists on the internet --  is unknown at this time.