HISTORY

The Hawk were only together for a short period of time, but had gone through several incarnations during their short life.




THE HAWK: YEAR 1

The Hawk started out as a far different group than is currently assembled. The following are the founding members of the Hawk.

Founding Members
Midnight Cross
Pallequin
Dynamo²
Howler

Soon after their founding, the group had its first wave of recuitment, leading to the first change of tone in the group.

First Wave Recruits
Shade
Captain Miracle
Vision



THE HAWK: YEAR 2

As the Hawk entered its second year of existance, Larry Carter struck a deal with the State of Illinois to make the Hawk a government-authorized organization. With such, another plenthera of recruits came into the group. Around the same time, the older members became sporatic in their attendance, outright quit or worse.

Active Members Inactive Members
Midnight Cross
Midnight
Electra
Ohm
Captain Miracle
Charcoal
Nigel Evans
Pallequin
Dynamo²
Vision
Shade



THE HAWK: THE NEXT GENERATION

The previous group didn't last very long working for the state as one mistake led to another and the group boardered on imploding in upon itself. It didn't take long until a majority of the groups members left and the new, and current wave of recruits entered. The face of the team is significantly different than when they first started out, but in the end, they still uphold the same principles and protection of the city of Chicago.

Active Members (at time of disbanding)
Captain Miracle
Eidolon
Thunder
Thunderfist
Amorpho



THE WINDY CITY WARRIORS

Before there was the Hawk, the Windy City Warriors protected Chicago. In essence, the Warriors are the Hawks' ansestors as well as some of their current membership.




FREEDOM FORCE II

For its very brief run, the government-sponsored rebirth of Freedom Force was made up primarily of old members of the Hawk. Since its disbandment, however, they have gone off in their own seperate directions.

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Last updated on 27 June 2017