|Johnathan O Rally|
|Born:||February 20th, 1920|
|Died:||November 16th, 2011 (Age: 91)|
Johnathan Ocarius Rally also known as Johnathan O Rally was a proud all American elderly man, that once served in the United States Rangers during both the Second World War's North African and Western European theaters, and was best known for his valiant stand against the Nazi Invasion in 2011, during the Blitz.
Despite being 91 years old at the time of the Blitz, O Rally, showed no qualms in letting the Reich trample on his homeland, and went as far as to fighting in the war himself along with his son Thomas O Rally.
He fought the Germans at the ancient Ruins of Area A, where him and his armed citizen followers were able to repel multiple German attacks on the site, until eventually being overrun and killed in Battle on November 16th, 2011.
Johnathan O Rally was not only known for his valiant stand at Area A. but was also credited by locating the most ancient town in the history of the whole United States, a town that was eventually reveled to be Rupickohonic.
World War IIEdit
North Africa TheaterEdit
The Gasaka CampaignEdit
- Main article: Battle of Gasaka
Liberation of CassablancaEdit
The Scorpion RaidEdit
Battle of Bakanar VillageEdit
Western European TheaterEdit
Battle of NormandyEdit
Operation Market GardenEdit
Battle of the BulgeEdit
Life as a Family ManEdit
First Shots firedEdit
Discovery of Area AEdit
Gathering a ResistanceEdit
Rupickohonic & Stand against HitlerEdit
- Main article: Battle of Area A