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McCloskey: "Hey Braeburn, you look like you're gonna puke."
Braeburn: "You know what Donnie, why don't you just- (vomits)"
— McCloskey and Braeburn talking to each other before landing at Pointe du Hoc.

Private First Class Donnie[1] McCloskey was an American soldier of the 2nd Ranger Battalion who fought in World War II, as seen in the events of Call of Duty 2.

BiographyEdit

McClosky fought alongside Sergeant Randall and Corporal Taylor throughout the American D-Day campaign in Call of Duty 2 and survived.

During the mission "The Silo", Pfc. McCloskey was thought by Pvt. Braeburn to have had the spare case of ammo that was later picked up by Pvt. Peas.

On "Hill 400", McCloskey and his company fought and survived against what felt like endless waves of enemy troops; fortunately, they survived due to the timely arrival of P-51 Mustangs.

He survived crossing the Rhine River, and soon traveled with his company into Germany.

TriviaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. In the beginning of the level "Pointe du Hoc" of Call of Duty 2, Braeburn calls him Donnie.
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