Character name: Jeff Frye
Character age: 29
Character species: Tau'ri
Height: 6' 2½"
Hair: Short black messy
Skin: slightly tan
Pre-Alpha Site occupation: Directly before joining SGC Jeff was a Boston cop and an instructor in the art of Tae Kwon Do both normal and sword form. But was called onto active duty for the war in Afghanistan.
Relevant training and qualifications: His qualifications are 14 years of Tae Kwon Do, two of which were teaching. 3 years of Krav Maga. He has standard military survival and infantry training. In college he studied engineering getting a bachelors degree. Also has 5 years on the Boston police force.
Character specialties: His specialties are City fighting, building defense planning, and hand to hand combat.
Character strengths: Her hand-to-hand combat and sword combat skills are very good, exceeding most in his class. He is quick to develop a plan of attack and has a very good handle of determining a persons threat level.
Character flaws: He has a problem with his personal relation ships due to a fear of commitment, and while being quick to comfort others doesn’t like to talk about his own pain.
Character Traits: His fellow squad members from Boston and his fellow marines always said he was someone they were quick to trust and would have gone threw anything with him guarding their back. Also he is one that is easy to open up to and discus your feelings with or just have around if you are feeling sad.
Character Background: Jeff was born in Arvada, Colorado on July 18, 1977 to Eric and Susie Frye. Eric was a pilot for the airline United and Susie was a stay at home mom. When Jeff was four her sister Katie was born on April 28, 1984 after which his parents moved to Boston. In high school he started doing Tae Kwon do at the age of 14. He wasn’t the top of his class but passed. He was normally found at home in front of his computer or at a friend’s house working on an old car. He dated a few times but nothing serious due to his fear of commitment.
In College he took Engineering and majored in it going into the marines as a reserve. When he graduated at 22 he did two years of service but no battles and most of his time was spent in training. After his two years of mandatory active duty where up he joined the Boston police force. During his second year on the force he was called to a hostage situation. When his partner and him called in they were told backup was 10 minutes out but Jeff was afraid that the situation could escalate before then and went in. His partner went in with him and they managed to subdue the Suspect and save the hostage. In his gratitude the Hostage gave them the honor of learning Krav Maga. Jeff and his partner took the older man up on his offer and for the next three years learned the art of Krav Maga. After a one-week suspension for disobeying an order and going into the hostage situation Jeff was then moved to SWAT where he quickly became a team leader.
In his 5th year on the force Jeff received his letter calling him to active duty to go to Afghanistan and he accepted without hesitation. He did a six-week training course and was deployed. On his second outing from the base his team was doing a city sweep when they were ambushed. When his CO was killed Jeff steeped up and took command. The 10-man team was held up for two days in a building with 4 injuries. Finally after the two days he lead his team out of the city and back to base only losing one more man. When he returned to base he was awarded the rank of Staff Sergeant. Someone up the line read his debriefing and threw his name as a candidate to the SGC who accepted him. He was then stationed on Beta site as a base guard with the possibility of being assigned to a team if he wanted.