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Randomly generated soldiers are soldiers that appear in the game randomly. They have no definite name or rank. Their looks are drawn from a limited amount of models, and their weapons come from a small pool that is dictated by the faction the character is being generated for.

Unless a fixed name is given beforehand, the names and ranks of friendly soldiers will be chosen from a pool of random names in the same manner as their appearance; these names can be seen by the player by aiming a weapon at a friendly soldier and, from Call of Duty 2 onwards,[1] can be heard in battlechatter (e.g. "Smith, contact at your 9 o'clock"). In the case of games set during World War II, this will also reveal the class of weapon they are using; in Call of Duty 2's British Army for example, a soldier with a Lee-Enfield will be described as a rifleman, a soldier with a Thompson submachine gun or Sten gun will be described as a submachine gunner, and a soldier with a Bren gun will be described as a support gunner. Enemy soldiers will also have randomly generated names and ranks for the purposes of battlechatter, though these are not visible to the player by default.

If a friendly randomly generated soldier dies, they will usually be replaced with another solider (Exceptions include the missions "Alps Chateau" and "Dulag IIIA" from the original Call of Duty). Enemy soldiers are usually limited to a set number of pre-determined soldiers per mission and spawn triggers and will not be replaced upon death.

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Randomly generated names (Call of Duty)

In Call of Duty, there are 150 random American names, 141 random British names, and 139 random Russian names. In the American case, if the random character has a Thompson submachine gun, they are automatically a Lieutenant. Otherwise, the random American has a 60% chance to be a Private, 20% chance to be a Corporal, and 20% chance to be a sergeant. In the Russian and British cases, all randomly generated soldiers have their rank attached to their name string. Each name has an "ID number" attached to it that the game fetches when it associates it with a person.

American soldier names

  • Alderman
  • Astor
  • Allen
  • Avalos
  • Avery
  • Baker
  • Bales
  • Barnes
  • Barrett
  • Bell
  • Baf
  • Blackwell
  • Boswell
  • Butler
  • Callaway
  • Caputo
  • Carmichael
  • Carpenter
  • Carter
  • Chevrier
  • Collier
  • Conroy
  • Conway
  • Cox
  • Custer
  • Cutler
  • D'Angelo
  • Daniels
  • Davis
  • Delarosa
  • DeMaria
  • Doherty
  • Dominguez
  • Doornink
  • Dunn
  • Ellis
  • Erickson
  • Evan
  • Farrell
  • Field
  • Fincher
  • Fishbourne
  • Fisher
  • Fitzpatrick
  • Fletcher
  • Ford
  • Franklin
  • Gigliotti
  • Glasco
  • Glave
  • Glenn
  • Goldberg
  • Grenier
  • Griffen
  • Grossman
  • Hagerty
  • Hammon
  • Harper
  • Haven
  • Hawking
  • Heath
  • Hewitt
  • Hicks
  • Holm
  • Irons
  • Irwin
  • Jacobs
  • Jenkins
  • Johnsen
  • Johnson
  • Jones
  • Jury
  • Kane
  • Kaplan
  • King
  • Kirkpatrick
  • Kirshenbaum
  • Lamia
  • Limon
  • Little
  • Long
  • Lopresti
  • Lyman
  • MacDonald
  • Manne
  • Manning
  • Mantarro
  • Marshall
  • Matisse
  • McCaffrey
  • McCandlish
  • McKinny
  • McKnight
  • McManus
  • Messerly
  • Miller
  • Mills
  • Morrison
  • Norman
  • O'Brian
  • O'Callaghan
  • O'Connell
  • O'Doyle
  • Olsen
  • O'Neill
  • O'Toole
  • Oxnard
  • Pacelli
  • Pearson
  • Peas
  • Perlman
  • Peterson
  • Pierce
  • Pinkerton
  • Post
  • Quinn
  • Reagan
  • Rice
  • Robertson
  • Roe
  • Rogers
  • Rooney
  • Roosevelt
  • Ross
  • Rutledge
  • Saltzman
  • Sawyer
  • Scott
  • Silvers
  • Smith
  • Spears
  • Stone
  • Svendson
  • Swanson
  • Sweet
  • Taylor
  • Thomas
  • Turner
  • Vantine
  • Vaughn
  • Vickers
  • Walker
  • Walton
  • Weaver
  • Weir
  • Welch
  • Wells
  • West
  • Wilson
  • Woods
  • Wright
  • Zampella
  • Zimmerman

British soldier names

Main article: British Army/Names#Call of Duty

Soviet soldier names

Main article: Soviet Armed Forces/Names#Call of Duty

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: United Offensive)

Gray Matter Interactive added 30 American names, 31 British names and 12 Russian names to the original Call of Duty name pool.

American names

  • Rosman
  • Alvey
  • Luskus
  • Vasquez
  • Struhl
  • Cervantes
  • McClure
  • Garcia
  • Melen
  • Hawkins
  • MacDaniel
  • Hartman
  • Zamperla
  • Faircloth
  • Villani
  • Morton
  • Burkett
  • McMurray
  • Dailey
  • Dwyer
  • Felner
  • Morgan
  • Conserva
  • Black
  • Schwartz
  • Beggs
  • Bartek
  • Robinson
  • Keough
  • Angona

British names

Main article: British Army/Names#Call of Duty: United Offensive

Russian names

Main article: Soviet Armed Forces/Names#Call of Duty: United Offensive

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty 2)

In Call of Duty 2, the naming system has been slimmed down and revamped from the first game. There are 60 American names, 60 British names, 51 German names, 27 Russian male first names, 138 Russian male last names, 23 Russian female first names, and 31 Russian female last names. A different rank system is in action for each faction as well.

American names

The rank of randomized American soldiers is based on the character models a soldier has been assigned, the numbers of which are fixed in the American campaign. If they have the model of an American corporal, their rank will be Corporal. If they have Sgt. Randall's model, they will be a Sergeant. If they have Lt. Coffey's model, they will be a Lieutenant. Otherwise, they will be a Private.

  • Alavi
  • Alderman
  • Allen
  • Barb
  • Bennett
  • Boswell
  • Collier
  • Dominguez
  • Doornink
  • Emslie
  • Escher
  • Fincher
  • Fisher
  • Gaines
  • Ganus
  • Gigliotti
  • Glasco
  • Glenn
  • Goldberg
  • Grenier
  • Griffen
  • Grossman
  • Hagerty
  • Hammon
  • Hassell
  • Heath
  • Houle
  • Johnsen
  • Kirshenbaum
  • Kuhn
  • Lamia
  • Lopez
  • Lyman
  • Mantarro
  • Matisse
  • McCandlish
  • McKnight
  • McLeod
  • McManus
  • Messerly
  • Michael
  • Miller
  • Pacelli
  • Pearson
  • Peas
  • Perlman
  • Porter
  • Rieke
  • Rice
  • Shiring
  • Smith
  • Spears
  • Swanson
  • Vantine
  • Vaughn
  • Walton
  • Weaver
  • West
  • Zampella

British names

Main article: British Army/Names#Call of Duty 2

If a soldier's character model has been fixed to a Private's model, they will be a private. If their model is fixed to a Corporal's, they will be a Corporal. Otherwise, a randomly generated soldier has a 50% to be a Private, a 30% chance to be a Corporal, and a 20% chance to be a Sergeant.

German names

Main article: German Military/Names#Call of Duty 2

The introduction of unscripted battlechatter in Call of Duty 2 meant that German soldiers could now be given a rank and name combination in the same manner as Allied soldiers were in preceding titles. German soldiers have a 60% chance to be a Private, 20% chance to be a Corporal, and a 20% chance to be a Sergeant.

Russian names

Main article: Soviet Armed Forces/Names#Call of Duty 2

If a Soviet soldier is wearing a "trench hat," they will be a Corporal. Otherwise, a Soviet soldier has a 50% chance to be a Private, a 30% chance to be a Corporal, and a 20% chance to be a sergeant. Uniquely, Soviet soldiers are given a composite name consisting of a first name and last name. A small number of female soldiers are present; while they follow the same ranking system as male soldiers, they have a different pool of first names and use a modified pool of last names due to the Russian custom of adding an "-a" to the end of female names.

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty 2: Big Red One)

Call of Duty 2: Big Red One has 35 or more American names.

  • Alvey
  • Baird
  • Barnes
  • Bathie
  • Bleecker
  • Brigner
  • Butler
  • Carter
  • Chevier
  • Conroy
  • Daniels
  • Denny
  • Farrelly
  • Harper
  • Heath
  • Holmes
  • Jacobs
  • King
  • Limon
  • Livingstone
  • McCandlish
  • McCord
  • Mitton
  • Olson
  • Pinady
  • Sasser
  • Scott
  • Silvers
  • Snider
  • Snyder
  • Starvo
  • Taylor
  • Vickers
  • Young
  • Zimmerman

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty 3)

Call of Duty 3 has 4 factions, each with their own name lists and rank systems. However some names are shared between factions, like Rutherford both in American and Canadian/British names list.

American names

For the first time, a soldier can have the rank of Pfc. (Private first class). The most common ranks are Pvt. and Pfc., Cpl. can be encountered quite often, but the Sgt. and Lt. are very rare.

  • Alderman
  • Alfeche
  • Allen
  • Alvarez
  • Anthony
  • Ardiosa
  • Avalos
  • Bak
  • Bannock
  • Barnes
  • Bathie
  • Bell
  • Bichell
  • Bloch
  • Bortoluzzi
  • Boswell
  • Bower
  • Butler
  • Buenafe
  • Bunting
  • Burns
  • Calloway
  • Caputo
  • Carpenter
  • Cooper
  • Conroy
  • Crowley
  • Collier
  • Conway
  • Cutler
  • D'Angelo
  • Davis
  • Dandridge
  • Diefenbach
  • Doherty
  • Doornik
  • Dryburgh
  • Dunn
  • Failing
  • Fletcher
  • Flint
  • Ford
  • Forgy
  • Franklin
  • Grace
  • Glenn
  • Glines
  • Garnett
  • Glasco
  • Glover
  • Goslin
  • Grenier
  • Griffith
  • Guzman
  • Heath
  • Harper
  • Harrison
  • Heenan
  • Higa
  • Holmes
  • Ironmonger
  • Irwin
  • Jenkins
  • Johnsen
  • Jones
  • Kramer
  • Kaplan
  • Kimberling
  • Kates
  • Lamia
  • Lamprect
  • Lara
  • Leslie
  • Levy
  • Livingston
  • Long
  • Luyties
  • Nouriani
  • Manne
  • Manning
  • McCandlish
  • McCaffrey
  • McCawley
  • McClure
  • McKinny
  • McKnight
  • McMahan
  • Miller
  • Mills
  • Muranez
  • Olson
  • Ovando
  • Pierro
  • Peterson
  • Pastore
  • Peas
  • Post
  • Rapp
  • Ramirez
  • Rilatos
  • Rolan
  • Rooney
  • Rossevelt
  • Rutherford
  • Robertson
  • Saranello
  • Sanchez
  • Sasser
  • Snider
  • Sawyer
  • Scott
  • Shubert
  • Swanson
  • Swearingen
  • Sweet
  • Synder
  • Stone
  • Theyer
  • Taylor
  • Thomas
  • Vonderhaar
  • Vickers
  • Walker
  • Ward
  • Welch
  • Wells
  • West
  • Woods
  • Whitney
  • Wilson
  • Worrel

British and Canadian names

Main article: British Army/Names#Call of Duty 3

British and Canadian Privates are referred to by the proper British 'Pte.' abbreviation in place of the American 'Pvt.' and there is a chance of soldiers having the rank of Lance Corporal (abbreviated ingame to L/Cpl. as per real-world British military practice).

French names

The French names are a composite of a first name and last name in the same way as the Russians from Call of Duty 2, but no ranks are used.

First name Last name
  • Aime
  • Alain
  • Alexis
  • Alfred
  • Alphonse
  • Andre
  • Antoine
  • Anton
  • Arnaud
  • Arthur
  • Amaury
  • Benjamin
  • Benoit
  • Bernard
  • Bertrand
  • Bruno
  • Charles
  • Christophe
  • Claude
  • Daniel
  • David
  • Didier
  • Dominique
  • Edouard
  • Emile
  • Emmanuel
  • Eric
  • Etienne
  • Frederic
  • Franck
  • Gaston
  • Gabriel
  • Georges
  • Gilbert
  • Gilles
  • Gregoire
  • Guillaume
  • Gustav
  • Gustave
  • Honore
  • Henri
  • Hugues
  • Isaac
  • Jacques
  • Jamie
  • Jean
  • Jerome
  • Joseph
  • Jules
  • Laurent
  • Leon
  • Louis
  • Luc
  • Luke
  • Maurice
  • Marc
  • Marcel
  • Martin
  • Matthieu
  • Michel
  • Noel
  • Nicolas
  • Olivier
  • Patrick
  • Paul
  • Pierre
  • Raymond
  • Remy
  • Rene
  • Richard
  • Roland
  • Sebastien
  • Serge
  • Stephane
  • Timothee
  • Theodore
  • Theophile
  • Thibau
  • Thibaut
  • Thierry
  • Thomas
  • Tristan
  • Victor
  • Vincent
  • Xavier
  • Zacharie
  • Bernard
  • Bertrand
  • Blanc
  • Bonnet
  • Boslet
  • Brainerd
  • Chassereau
  • Chevrier
  • David
  • Decenciere
  • Dionne
  • Dolan
  • Doron
  • Dubois
  • Durand
  • Durant
  • Edrich
  • Eko
  • Feltrin
  • Forstadt
  • Fordstadt
  • Fournier
  • Garcia
  • Gascoine
  • Gerrald
  • Girard
  • Glaser
  • Headen
  • Lambert
  • Laufer
  • Laurent
  • Lefebvre
  • Leroy
  • Martin
  • Matthiern
  • Michel
  • Moreau
  • Morel
  • Nordenstam
  • Petit
  • Ployhar
  • Polyhar
  • Pouratian
  • Richard
  • Robert
  • Rousseau
  • Roux
  • Sielke
  • Simon
  • Stephan
  • Thomas

Polish names

Polish soldiers appear in only one mission, "The Mace". Oddly, the Polish names are a composite of a first name and last name but with no rank like the French, while the player encounters soldiers with fixed names and ranks in the same manner as other campaigns like Pte. Olszewski or Pte. Nowak

First name Last name
  • Adok
  • Aldon
  • Andnej
  • Andney
  • Apoloniusz
  • Armand
  • Aron
  • Artur
  • Augusty
  • Aurek
  • Aureli
  • Bazyli
  • Bialas
  • Bialy
  • Bogumil
  • Casimir
  • Cyprian
  • Czeslaw
  • Dionizy
  • Dobry
  • Donat
  • Emmilian
  • Eryk
  • Eytan
  • Flawiusz
  • Gnegnon
  • Holleb
  • Jan
  • Janah
  • Januarius
  • Jednik
  • Jedrik
  • Koby
  • Kollry
  • Krzysztof
  • Liuz
  • Ludwik
  • Lubomir
  • Mandek
  • Marcinek
  • Maurycy
  • Michal
  • Mikolaz
  • Mikolaj
  • Oles
  • Piotr
  • Pawel
  • Przemek
  • Radoslaw
  • Rafal
  • Rufin
  • Sergiusz
  • Stanislaw
  • Szczepan
  • Teos
  • Tolek
  • Telek
  • Waldemar
  • Wincent
  • Wicus
  • Wienczyslaw
  • WiMor
  • Wit
  • Akopyan
  • Ciesla
  • Drozd
  • Drozdz
  • Erek
  • Garncarz
  • Gerik
  • Gorcyzka
  • Gospodar
  • Handlarz
  • Kazimierz
  • Kramarz
  • Krawiec
  • Krzew
  • Kupiec
  • Kusnierz
  • Lemkhul
  • Lesnik
  • Lowea
  • Lujan
  • Malek
  • Marek
  • Mertz
  • Mierzeja
  • Milekewicz
  • Mohilchock
  • Myslirwz
  • Nauczycie
  • Pajak
  • Pelova
  • Pieniazek
  • Polski
  • Rzeznik
  • Slanchik
  • Slodownik
  • Sroka
  • Stanev
  • Statz
  • Stavro
  • Szczur
  • Szeroki
  • Szeryf
  • Szewc
  • Szlachic
  • Tkacz
  • Touevsky
  • Uczciwy
  • Vczcirvy
  • Velev
  • Wasilczyk
  • Wojak
  • Wyrobnik
  • Zielinski
  • Zlolnierz

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered)

British names (Call of Duty 4)

  • Abbott
  • Adams
  • Bartlett
  • Boyd
  • Boyle
  • Bremner
  • Carlyle
  • Carver
  • Cheek
  • Clarke
  • Collins
  • Compton
  • Connolly
  • Cook
  • Dowd
  • Field
  • Fleming
  • Fletcher
  • Flynn
  • Grant
  • Greaves
  • Griffin
  • Harris
  • Harrison
  • Heath
  • Henderson
  • Hopkins
  • Hoyt
  • Kent
  • Lewis
  • Lipton
  • MacDonald
  • Maxwell
  • McQuarrie
  • Miller
  • Mitchell
  • Moore
  • Murphy
  • Murray
  • Pearce
  • Plumber
  • Pritchard
  • Rankin
  • Reed
  • Ritchie
  • Ross
  • Roth
  • Smith
  • Stevenson
  • Stuart
  • Sullivan
  • Thompson
  • Veale
  • Wallace
  • Wallcroft
  • Wells
  • Welsh

British names (Modern Warfare Remastered)

The following names appear in addition to those featured in the original Call of Duty 4:

  • Auger
  • Beaulieu
  • Beinke
  • Bellehumeur
  • Blondeau
  • Boudreau
  • Bouffard
  • Boulieanne
  • Carrier
  • Cormier
  • Cote
  • Demers
  • Dompierre
  • Flora
  • Fox
  • Gauthier
  • Giguere
  • Golden
  • Gosselin
  • Kuchar
  • Lachance
  • Larochelle
  • Lavigne
  • Lavoie
  • Levesque
  • Lishman
  • Mates
  • McCord
  • McCready
  • McInerney
  • Montcalm
  • Moreau
  • Oullet
  • Paradis
  • Parent
  • Pinsonneault
  • Poirier
  • Polloni
  • Pouliot
  • Rheaume
  • Rivard
  • Robertson
  • St-Pierre
  • Sutton
  • Taddei
  • Teebagy
  • Treadwell
  • Wahlquist
  • Wauthy
  • Welch
  • Whitlow
  • Zimmermann

Russian names

As in Call of Duty 2, Russian soldiers will have a composite name consisting of a first name and last name; however, the combinations are now predetermined. Both the Ultranationalists and the Loyalists use these names, making this one of the few name pools to be used by a friendly faction and a hostile faction in the same game.

  • Sasha Ivanov
  • Aleksei Vyshinskiy
  • Boris Ryzhkov
  • Dima Tikhonov
  • Oleg Kosygin
  • Pyotr Bulganin
  • Petya Malenkov
  • Alyosha Tarkovsky
  • Sergei Grombyo
  • Viktor Kuznetsov
  • Misha Podgorniy
  • Borya Mikoyan
  • Anatoly Voroshilov
  • Kolya Shvernik
  • Nikolai Kalinin
  • Vladimir Brezhnev
  • Pavel Chernenko
  • Volodya Andropov
  • Yuri Nikitin
  • Dmitri Petrenko
  • Vanya Gerasimov
  • Mikhail Zhuravlev
  • Ivan Lukin
  • Kostya Golubev
  • Konstantin Lebedev
  • Aleksandr Vasilev
  • Yakov Glushenko
  • Sasha Semenov
  • Aleksei Ulyanov
  • Boris Yefremov
  • Dima Chernyshenko
  • Oleg Stepanoshvili
  • Pyotr Demchenko
  • Petya Avagimov
  • Alyosha Murzaev
  • Sergei Shkuratov
  • Viktor Yakimenko
  • Misha Masijashvili
  • Borya Shapovalov
  • Anatoly Ivashenko
  • Kolya Dovzhenko
  • Nikolai Turdyev
  • Vladimir Sabgaida
  • Pavel Svirin
  • Volodya Sarayev
  • Yuri Kiselev
  • Dmitri Bondarenko
  • Vanya Chernogolov
  • Mikhail Voronov
  • Ivan Afanasyev
  • Kostya Gridin
  • Konstantin Petrov
  • Aleksandr Rykov
  • Yakov Shvedov

Arabic names

  • Abdulaziz
  • Abdullah
  • Ali
  • Amin
  • Bassam
  • Fahd
  • Faris
  • Fouad
  • Habib
  • Hakem
  • Hassan
  • Ibrahim
  • Imad
  • Jabbar
  • Kareem
  • Khalid
  • Malik
  • Muhammad
  • Nasir
  • Omar
  • Rafiq
  • Rami
  • Said
  • Salim
  • Samir
  • Talib
  • Tariq
  • Youssef
  • Ziad

American names (Call of Duty 4)

  • Abrahamsson
  • Alavi
  • Alderman
  • Allen
  • Arya
  • Baker
  • Barb
  • Bartolucci
  • Becerra
  • Bell
  • Blumel
  • Boon
  • Bowling
  • Campbell
  • Carson
  • Castillo
  • Chen
  • Cherubini
  • Childress
  • Collier
  • Cotterell
  • Davis
  • Eady
  • Esmile
  • Field
  • Fukuda
  • Gaines
  • Ganus
  • Garcia
  • Garnett
  • Germann
  • Gigliotti
  • Gillis
  • Gilman
  • Glasco
  • Glenn
  • Gompert
  • Gonzalez
  • Grenier
  • Griffen
  • Grigsby
  • Haggerty
  • Hammon
  • Harmer
  • Harris
  • Hatch
  • Hawkins
  • Heath
  • James
  • Kar
  • Keating
  • Kriegler
  • Kuhn
  • Lara
  • Lastimosa
  • Lopez
  • Lor
  • Louie
  • Lowis
  • Luo
  • Massey
  • McCandlish
  • McCoy
  • McLeod
  • Mejia
  • Messerly
  • Miller
  • Moore
  • Murillo
  • Niebel
  • Oh
  • Ojeda
  • Onur
  • Ovando
  • Peas
  • Pelayo
  • Pierce
  • Porter
  • Rieke
  • Rosemeier
  • Roycewicz
  • Rubin
  • Rule
  • Sharrigan
  • Shiring
  • Silvers
  • Slanchik
  • Smith
  • Song
  • Sue
  • Tom
  • Troy
  • Turner
  • Vinson
  • Vo
  • Volker
  • Wang
  • West
  • Yang
  • Zampella

American names (Modern Warfare Remastered)

The following names appear in addition to those featured in the original Call of Duty 4:

  • Adamson
  • Arriaga
  • Bacon
  • Bayless
  • Beckman
  • Beese
  • Berger
  • Biessman
  • Bormann
  • Botero
  • Burnett
  • Button
  • Butts
  • Carani
  • Cervantes
  • Clopper
  • Comeau
  • Cooper
  • Crow
  • Dahm
  • Degenhardt
  • Demaray
  • DeVenero
  • Diorio
  • Eberlein
  • Eckstein
  • Edwards
  • Fifield
  • Flickinger
  • Frame
  • Gallego
  • Ganous
  • Giombi
  • Glowacki
  • Gustafson
  • Hackbarth
  • Hamilton
  • Hartmann
  • Hatcher
  • Holt
  • Holzapfel
  • Hunter
  • Inman
  • Jalowitz
  • Kelly
  • Kierzek
  • Kim
  • Kleiman
  • Koenig
  • Kraft
  • Kramer
  • Kreeger
  • Kurdziel
  • Leslie
  • Loane
  • Matejka
  • Maxwell
  • McFerron
  • Merboth
  • Mertz
  • Meyer
  • Moss
  • Negrete
  • Newton
  • Nigl
  • O'leary
  • Olson
  • Paulsrud
  • Peeples
  • Person
  • Pinkston
  • Riddle
  • Ries
  • Ross
  • Rude
  • Schmidt
  • Seaman
  • Shiau
  • Skubal
  • Slegeir
  • Stephens
  • Styrwoll
  • Superty
  • Swekel
  • Tangtiphongkul
  • Thomas
  • Thurler
  • Tiran
  • Tomplait
  • Torres
  • Uttech
  • Villamin
  • Watts
  • Weiss
  • Willes
  • Williams
  • Wilson
  • Yen
  • Yepes
  • Yu
  • Zeng
  • Zuehla

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: World at War)

American names

Main article: Marine Raiders/Names

Japanese names

Main article: Imperial Japanese Army/Names

Russian names

Main article: Soviet Armed Forces/Names#Call of Duty: World at War

German names

Main article: German Military/Names#Call of Duty: World at War

British names

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While the British Army was ultimately cut from Call of Duty: World at War, a list of randomly generated British names remains in that game's _names.gsc file.

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered)

U.S. Army Ranger names (Modern Warfare 2)

Main article: U.S. Army Rangers/Members#Randomly Generated Members

These names are also used for the Marines appearing at the end of "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday".

U.S. Army Ranger names (Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered)

Main article: U.S. Army Rangers/Members#Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered

Arabic names

The Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare name pool is reused. Both the Afghan National Army and OpFor use this pool, making it one of the few name pools to be used by a friendly faction and a hostile faction in the same game.

Task Force 141 names (Modern Warfare 2)

Main article: Task Force 141/Members#Other Members (Modern Warfare 2)

All randomly generated Task Force 141 members will have a random callsign in place of an actual name.

Russian names

The Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare name pool is reused.

Brazilian Militia names

  • Antonio
  • Carlitos
  • Gervasio
  • Lois
  • Xesus

U.S. Navy SEAL names

U.S. Navy SEALs appearing in "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday" and "The Gulag" use the Task Force 141 name pool, while those appearing in "Of Their Own Accord" use the U.S. Army Rangers name pool. Curiously enough, the _names.gsc file indexes the Task Force 141 name pool under the SEAL heading.

Shadow Company names

These would appear to be unused since they are not mentioned in battlechatter while scripted dialogue in "Just Like Old Times" uses completely different callsigns.

  • Lecter
  • Lestat
  • Nosferatu

British names

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The Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare name pool is present in the _names.gsc file, but is unused.

Secret Service names

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  • Smith
  • Jones
  • Jackson
  • Johnson
  • Thompson
  • Ash
  • Bird
  • Finn
  • Fine
  • Brown
  • White
  • Gray
  • Black
  • Wylie
  • Rosenhaus
  • Boras
  • McKinnis
  • Duffy
  • Falk
  • Tellem
  • Goodwin
  • Condon
  • Parker
  • McGuire
  • Steinberg

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Black Ops)

Cuban names

Only appears in level Operation 40

  • Arias
  • Sanchez
  • Pedroso
  • Reyes
  • Paret
  • Zamora
  • Cepeda
  • González
  • Ibarra
  • Urgelles
  • Sánchez

Vorkuta Prisoners

The prisoners that assist Alex Mason during "Vorkuta" do not use proper names and are instead referred to by prisoner identity numbers consisting of a letter from a fixed pool and four randomly selected digits.

Each time the level is launched, a pool of 100 identity numbers is generated.

The letter can be :

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F

American names

  • Adams
  • Allen
  • Baker
  • Brown
  • Cook
  • Clarkson
  • Davis
  • Edwards
  • Fletcher
  • Groves
  • Grant
  • Hammond
  • Hacker
  • Howard
  • Jackson
  • Jones
  • Lamia
  • Livingstone
  • Moore
  • Mitchell
  • Nelson
  • Nash
  • Osborne
  • Paige
  • Pearce
  • Pepper
  • Ross
  • Saxon
  • Sloan
  • Scott
  • Stohl
  • Suarez
  • Thompson
  • Welch

Russian names

Main article: Soviet Armed Forces/Names#Call of Duty: Black Ops

These names are only visible in "Project Nova", but are presumably used for Soviet soldiers in other missions. If so, not only would this be one of the few name pools to be used by a friendly faction and a hostile faction in the same game, it would also be a name pool used by a faction that is variously friendly or hostile depending on the mission.

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3)

It should be noted that in many cases Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 uses slightly modified versions of the randomly generated soldier name pools from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare or Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

Delta Force and U.S. Navy SEAL names

Main article: Delta Force#Generated Names

Delta Force operators and the Navy SEAL Team that assists the player in "Hunter Killer" use a list of callsigns based on the Task Force 141 name pool from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 .

U.S. Army Ranger names

Main article: U.S. Army Rangers/Members#Randomly Generated Members 2

The U.S. Army Rangers seen in "Black Tuesday", "Goalpost", and "Scorched Earth" mostly use the same names as in Modern Warfare 2, though some new names are present.

Loyalist/PMC names

Main article: Loyalists#Known Members from Modern Warfare 3

Russian names

The Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare name pool is reused. Both the Ultranationalists (including the Inner Circle) and the Federal Protective Service of Russia use this pool, making it one of the few name pools to be used by a friendly faction and a hostile faction in the same game.

British names

Main article: Special Air Service#Randomly Generated SAS Members

Special Air Service troopers seen in "Mind the Gap" are mostly named after their Call of Duty 4 counterparts.

French names

Main article: GIGN#Randomly generated members

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Black Ops II)

UNITA names

  • Azavedo
  • Botelho
  • Cacete
  • Catulo
  • Chipenda
  • Constantino
  • Diniz
  • Lando
  • Neto
  • Pasos
  • Pereira
  • Rapaso
  • Roberto
  • Samakuva
  • Santos
  • Teles

JSOC/U.S. Navy Seal names

The American name pool from Call of Duty: Black Ops is reused.

Mujahideen names

  • Ahmadzai
  • Apirdai
  • Balkhi
  • Bijan
  • Busri
  • Dawar
  • Durrani
  • Gul
  • Hazrat
  • Hotak
  • Jaidhara
  • Khan
  • Mandokhel
  • Mangal
  • Marwat
  • Momand
  • Niazai
  • Sakhi
  • Shah
  • Shinwarai
  • Sulemankhel
  • Tanai
  • Wardak
  • Wazir
  • Yusufzai
  • Zadran
  • Zaman
  • Zazai

Colossus Security Crew and Los Angeles Police Department names

Main article: Los Angeles Police Department#Randomly generated names

Panamanian Defense Force names

These names are also used for American soldiers during "Suffer With Me", making this one of the few name pools to be used by a friendly faction and a hostile faction in the same game. Since the Panamanian Defense Forces are friendly when playing as Alex Mason in "Time and Fate" but hostile when playing as Raul Menendez in that mission and when playing "Suffer With Me", it would also be a name pool used by a faction that is variously friendly or hostile depending on the mission.

  • Aquilar
  • Benitez
  • Bowie
  • Burillo
  • Clement
  • Delgado
  • Grifft
  • Martinelli
  • Mulino
  • Sierra
  • Shabestari
  • Suarez
  • Varela
  • Vergara

Yemeni Militia names

Owing to the nature of the "Achilles' Veil" mission, this is a further instance of a name pool being used by a faction that is variously friendly or hostile.

  • Adel
  • Amer
  • Amin
  • Anas
  • Awad
  • Fares
  • Hamid
  • Hassan
  • Jamal
  • Musaab
  • Noumen
  • Obeida
  • Samer
  • Sharif
  • Taher
  • Yahya
  • Zayd

United States Navy names

Main article: United States Navy#Names

Merc names

Main article: Mercs#Randomly generated names (Odysseus)

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Ghosts)

American names

  • Allen
  • Anderson
  • Brown
  • Clark
  • Davidson
  • Davis
  • Faraday
  • Garcia
  • Gavin
  • Hall
  • Harmer
  • Harris
  • Hernandez
  • Hudson
  • Jackson
  • Johnson
  • Jones
  • King
  • Lee
  • Lewis
  • Martin
  • Martinez
  • Miller
  • Moore
  • Ramsey
  • Robinson
  • Rodriguez
  • Smith
  • Suarez
  • Taylor
  • Thomas
  • White
  • Williams
  • Wilson
  • Young

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare)

United States Marine Corps names

  • Bernstein
  • Chung
  • Dolan
  • Edwards
  • Etienne
  • Graham
  • Griebel
  • Hauptman
  • Hipple
  • Johnston
  • Koehler
  • Kreeger
  • Kwak
  • Lacey
  • Ly
  • Ott II
  • Rogers
  • Schmill
  • Serio
  • Shaughnessy
  • Shields
  • Shockey
  • Stephanus
  • Turner
  • Weise
  • Winkelman

Atlas Corporation names

  • Alpha
  • Angeles
  • Arditti
  • Betka
  • Biessman
  • Bilodeau
  • Bingham
  • Blizard
  • Brown
  • Bullock
  • Chavez
  • Cooper
  • Cumings
  • Dariano
  • DeRosa
  • Dickinson
  • Dolin
  • Ekberg
  • Erck
  • Ettenberger
  • Felker
  • Fifield
  • Forsyth
  • Friedrich
  • Gaugy
  • Gonzales
  • Gray
  • Gulisano
  • Herrera
  • Hiley
  • Imai
  • Jessup
  • Johnson
  • Katz
  • Keele
  • Kendall
  • Kit
  • Lamperski
  • Leal
  • Lim
  • Lin-Chiang
  • Long
  • Louie
  • Madden
  • Marinov
  • Marty
  • Mekala
  • Middleton
  • Molina
  • Morgan
  • Nigl
  • O'Connor
  • Olson
  • Osei
  • Parent
  • Peeples
  • Pena
  • Prescott
  • Rausch
  • Raymond
  • Reinhardt
  • Rogers
  • Roozbeh
  • Sakanai
  • Schlautman
  • Schmidt
  • Seaman
  • Sherman
  • Singer
  • Tafaro
  • Thompson
  • Tucker
  • Velaquez
  • Vondrak
  • Vuong
  • Waters
  • Ytuarte

Sentinel names

  • Abbott
  • Benhamou
  • Benko
  • Bernstein
  • Bianchi
  • Blackwell
  • Blondin
  • Bolton
  • Bradford
  • Button
  • Caisley
  • Callahan
  • Carbonero
  • Cervantes
  • Charles
  • Chu
  • Corona
  • Curry
  • Danz
  • Delalla
  • Dolan
  • Doron
  • Elenes
  • Fong
  • Foster
  • Garza
  • Gebhart
  • Gu
  • Hipple
  • Holt
  • Klein
  • Kreeger
  • Krolak
  • Lai
  • Lane
  • Lao
  • Longland
  • Loperfido
  • Lothian
  • Ly
  • Mai
  • McBain
  • McSweeney
  • Minor
  • Navidad
  • Ow
  • Parker
  • Pavey
  • Reisdorf
  • Rodriguez
  • Romel
  • Ruiz
  • Saint
  • Seo
  • Shaughnessy
  • Spray
  • Staines
  • Steele
  • Swenson
  • Uttech
  • Wagner
  • Weise
  • Whitten
  • Zart

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Black Ops III)

Unlike the majority of the titles, soldiers in Call of Duty: Black Ops III have a predetermined rank for each name as opposed to having a randomly generated rank that is combined with their name.

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Egyptian Army

  • Sgt. Alnasheet
  • Sgt. Fawzi
  • Sgt. Feras
  • Sgt. Mammdoh
  • Sgt. Najeeb
  • Sgt. Rashid
  • Sgt. Shaker
  • Pvt. Abdel
  • Pvt. Abdulah
  • Pvt. Abu Fathi
  • Pvt. Almurgani
  • Pvt. Amjad
  • Pvt. Ammar
  • Pvt. Aziz
  • Pvt. Diab
  • Pvt. Ehab
  • Pvt. Eltaib
  • Pvt. Fahmi
  • Pvt. Hadad
  • Pvt. Helal
  • Pvt. Jawad
  • Pvt. Magdi
  • Pvt. Majdi
  • Pvt. Mazin
  • Pvt. Murad
  • Pvt. Nader
  • Pvt. Qasim
  • Pvt. Rahman
  • Pvt. Salman
  • Pvt. Sami
  • Pvt. Shadi
  • Pvt. Subhi
  • Pvt. Talal
  • Pvt. Tariq

Singapore Police Force

  • Wu
  • Guan
  • Evans

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare)

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Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: WWII)

American names

  • Abbott
  • Abeles
  • Abfall
  • Acedillo
  • Adams
  • Adamson
  • Agustin
  • Alcantara
  • Allender
  • Alvarado
  • Andaya
  • Andersen
  • Angeles
  • Anjos
  • Apilado
  • Arcovitch
  • Armstrong
  • Atkinson
  • Babb
  • Baghdasarian
  • Baghdassari
  • Bansi
  • Barclay
  • Barnett
  • Baroski
  • Bashir
  • Bates
  • Bayless
  • Beardsly
  • Becerra
  • Bein
  • Bell
  • Bender
  • Benko
  • Bennett
  • Berger
  • Bernard
  • Bernstein
  • Biessman
  • Bilodeau
  • Blair
  • Blean
  • Blondin
  • Blumel
  • Bock
  • Bolak
  • Bolzman
  • Bormann
  • Botero
  • Bourne
  • Bradford
  • Bradley
  • Brambila
  • Brambilla
  • Breslau
  • Brown
  • Brownstone
  • Bryner
  • Bullock
  • Burnett
  • Burt
  • Button
  • Butts
  • Bychowski
  • Byun
  • Caisley
  • Campos
  • Carani
  • Caratelli
  • Carracher
  • Carter
  • Centkowski
  • Centowski
  • Cervantes
  • Chan
  • Chang
  • Charboneaux
  • Chavez
  • Chen
  • Cheng
  • Chippero
  • Chitmon
  • Christopher
  • Chu
  • Cinquegrano
  • Coates
  • Coleman
  • Comeau
  • Condaxis
  • Condrey
  • Cooper
  • Corona
  • Cork
  • Crump
  • Cugujevs
  • Cunkle
  • Daley
  • D'Amato
  • Danielson
  • Danz
  • Dass
  • Davenport
  • David
  • Davis
  • Dayton
  • Degenhardt
  • DeHont
  • Dehont
  • Deitloff
  • De La Torre
  • Desmarias
  • Diba
  • Diorio
  • Dockins
  • Dodds
  • Dolan
  • Donatelli
  • Dong
  • Dorn
  • Dowd
  • Doyle
  • Dunn
  • Dusette
  • Eckstein
  • Edwards
  • Ellerby
  • Epps
  • Erickson
  • Falth
  • Favretto
  • Felker
  • Fetter
  • Fifield
  • Fleites
  • Flickinger
  • Fong
  • Fouda
  • Fuchs
  • Galaz
  • Ganous
  • Garcia
  • Garcia-Sampedro
  • Garza
  • Gauderau
  • Gaudreau
  • Gavazza
  • Gebhart
  • Geer
  • Geosano
  • Gettel
  • Gettle
  • Gil
  • Giombi
  • Gittleman
  • Glowacki
  • Goldman
  • Gonzales
  • Gonzalez
  • Gonzalez Checkalin
  • Gonzalez Chekalin
  • Graham
  • Greenwood
  • Griebel
  • Grimm
  • Gu
  • Guaman
  • Gudihal
  • Guerra
  • Gulisano
  • Gunkle
  • Hackbarth
  • Hall
  • Halon
  • Hamilton
  • Hammon
  • Harman
  • Harper
  • Hartmann
  • Hauptman
  • Henchey
  • Hickock
  • Hickok
  • Hill
  • Hinnant
  • Hipple
  • Hodge
  • Holzaphel
  • Holt
  • Horlsey
  • Hort
  • Hosticka
  • Howells
  • Huai
  • Hui
  • Hummer
  • Hunter
  • Hynes
  • Ignacio
  • Imai
  • Indra
  • Ingarida
  • Iscove
  • Jackson
  • Jenkins
  • Johnson
  • Karp
  • Kart
  • Kato
  • Katz
  • Keller
  • Kelly
  • Kendall
  • Khobare
  • Kiesel
  • Kilar
  • Kilbourn
  • Kim
  • Kimberly
  • Kincaid
  • King
  • Kinney
  • Kinzel
  • Kleiman
  • Klein
  • Kleine
  • Knox
  • Koberstein
  • Koenig
  • Koning
  • Kornkven
  • Kothari
  • Kraft
  • Kreeger
  • Kreimeyer
  • Krefting
  • Kurdzeil
  • Kuo
  • Kutuzov
  • Kuykendall
  • Kwak
  • Labareth
  • Lacey
  • Lai
  • Lamperski
  • Lao
  • Lapitan
  • Laptian
  • Lara
  • Larson
  • Lawrence
  • Le
  • Leal
  • Lee
  • Leslie
  • Lew
  • Lin
  • Lohman
  • Long
  • Longland
  • Lopez
  • Louie
  • Love
  • Lowe
  • Luetscher
  • Lussier
  • Ly
  • Lyford
  • Mackey
  • Mai
  • Majernik
  • Maltby
  • Mangan
  • Marchione
  • Mark
  • Martin
  • Martinez
  • Martino
  • Marty
  • Marwig
  • Mathew
  • Mathews
  • Matulac
  • Maxwell
  • McBain
  • McDaniel
  • McKelvie
  • McKelvy
  • McKinney
  • McNeal
  • McSweeney
  • Meghini
  • Mejia
  • Mekala
  • Menard
  • Menghini
  • Mennard
  • Merboth
  • Meyer
  • Miggles
  • Miller
  • Minor
  • Mo
  • Molina
  • Molnar
  • Monroe
  • Moore
  • Morrow
  • Naughton
  • Navar
  • Navidad
  • Negrete
  • Nelson
  • Newquist
  • Newsome
  • Nigl
  • Noti
  • Nuniyants
  • O'Connor
  • O'Leary
  • Olmos
  • Olmstead
  • Olsen
  • Olson
  • Onken
  • Osei
  • Pacheco
  • Parent
  • Park
  • Parker
  • Parkinson
  • Parmley
  • Pavey
  • Pawlak
  • Peebles
  • Peekna
  • Pellas
  • Penn
  • Pennell
  • Pennya
  • Percival
  • Peregrino
  • Person
  • Petersen
  • Petrovsky
  • Phan
  • Pinkston
  • Pito
  • Pitts
  • Plesha
  • Pounds
  • Powell
  • Prestia
  • Preston
  • Ptacek
  • Pyo
  • Quevedo
  • Raffel
  • Rauch
  • Rausch
  • Ray
  • Re
  • Reed
  • Reid
  • Reisdorf
  • Renner
  • Revet
  • Richards
  • Riddle
  • Ries
  • Rizzi
  • Robbins
  • Roberts
  • Rodriguez
  • Roehrich
  • Roland
  • Romel
  • Roshani
  • Ryu
  • Sabin
  • Sacramento
  • Saleh
  • Salguero
  • Salinero
  • Salud
  • Sander
  • Sanders
  • Sansavera
  • Schlautman
  • Schmidt
  • Schofield
  • Seeley
  • Seo
  • Serio
  • Shanks
  • Sharpe
  • Shaughnessy
  • Shaugnessy
  • Shen
  • Sherman
  • Shevlin
  • Shockey
  • Showers
  • Shumlin
  • Sierra
  • Simas
  • Sinclair
  • Sing
  • Skiver
  • Skubal
  • Sloan
  • Smith
  • Solitto
  • Soucy
  • Spray
  • Stampfli
  • Stephanus
  • Stephens
  • Stevenson
  • Stone
  • Strickland
  • Strong
  • Stuart
  • Styrwoll
  • Superty
  • Sumsky
  • Sutherland
  • Swenson
  • Sykes
  • Sypult
  • Syrnyk
  • Tang
  • Tardy
  • Terry
  • Tessman
  • Thurler
  • Tiran
  • Tomplait
  • Tran
  • Trusz
  • Tuttle
  • Urbanek
  • Urbina
  • Uttech
  • Van Horn
  • Veca
  • Venegas
  • Vera
  • Vicks
  • Vitalone
  • Vondrak
  • Wagner
  • Walker
  • Warman
  • Warnke
  • Warren
  • Webb
  • Wedemeyer
  • Weiss
  • Wells
  • White
  • Whitney
  • Whitten
  • Widner
  • Wiegert
  • Wikoff
  • Willard
  • Willes
  • Williams
  • Willis
  • Wojick
  • Wong
  • Yen
  • Yepes
  • Yoon
  • Yothayai
  • Zapata
  • Zart
  • Zuk

French names

Compared to Call of Duty 3, French Resistance fighters are no longer assigned a last name. Female members are now present and are named accordingly.

Male first name Female first name
  • Adrien
  • Antonin
  • Armand
  • Benoit
  • Cedric
  • Donovan
  • Dorian
  • Edouard
  • Enzo
  • Felix
  • Florian
  • Franck
  • Francois
  • Frederic
  • Gabriel
  • Hugo
  • Jacques
  • Julian
  • Kilian
  • Leo
  • Leon
  • Luc
  • Lucas
  • Marc
  • Mathieu
  • Mathis
  • Max
  • Nathan
  • Nicolas
  • Rayan
  • Remy
  • Ruben
  • Sebastien
  • Ugo
  • Valentin
  • Victor
  • Vincent
  • Adele
  • Alix
  • Anna
  • Celia
  • Chloe
  • Clara
  • Claudia
  • Eden
  • Elisa
  • Elise
  • Eloise
  • Emma
  • Emmy
  • Jade
  • Justine
  • Lana
  • Lea
  • Lola
  • Louise
  • Lucie
  • Lylou
  • Margaux
  • Margot
  • Marie
  • Marion
  • Mathilde
  • Maya
  • Melina
  • Nina
  • Noemie
  • Olivia
  • Romane
  • Sofia
  • Stella
  • Victoria
  • Yasmine

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019)

United States Marine Corps and British Special Air Service

Some country-specific rank variation is implemented; for example, SAS privates are called "Pte. [Randomly generated name]" while USMC privates are called "Pvt. [Randomly generated name]"

  • Adelmeyer
  • Ahn
  • Amaral
  • Anderson
  • Antoniazzi
  • Audick
  • Beck
  • Binder
  • Blizard
  • Boon
  • Bracamontes
  • Bright
  • Brooks
  • Burgos
  • Burrichter
  • Canale
  • Carotenuto
  • Cecot
  • Cervantes
  • Chabert
  • Chang
  • Chapman
  • Chen
  • Chew
  • Cournoyer
  • Cromwell
  • Davies
  • De Lalla
  • Del Rosario
  • Dekel
  • Denny
  • Derhachov
  • Dunford
  • Dunnam
  • Edwards
  • Egan
  • Egert
  • Elenes
  • Emslie
  • Eurek
  • Evans
  • Farrelly
  • Faulk
  • Fletcher
  • Flores
  • Fraki
  • Friedrich
  • Frittelli
  • Garrido
  • Gatica
  • George
  • Gil
  • Goldin
  • Gropper
  • Haile
  • Hambarsumian
  • Harris
  • Haun
  • Heder
  • Hernandez
  • Herrera
  • Hill
  • Horrocks
  • House
  • Interrante
  • Isaac
  • Isaacson
  • Isibor
  • Jeffries
  • Kagan
  • Kal
  • Kamara
  • Keele
  • Kelly
  • Kerby
  • Khalsa
  • Krstikj
  • Kutcher
  • Le
  • Lebessis
  • Lee
  • Leviste
  • Limaye
  • Lin
  • Linde
  • Liu
  • Lockwood
  • Loisel
  • Luo
  • Mackenzie
  • Malach
  • Mardirossian
  • McAdams
  • McCabe
  • McCarthy
  • Mickner
  • Miller
  • Molchanov
  • Moody
  • Mundy
  • Myers
  • Najera
  • Negus
  • Nelson
  • Norris
  • Parise
  • Park
  • Parmley
  • Pierro
  • Pierson
  • Prince
  • Prior
  • Provine
  • Pugh
  • Racey
  • Ramon
  • Ravishankar
  • Raymond
  • Reyes
  • Reynolds
  • Rieke
  • Rowe
  • Sanborn
  • Sandler
  • Sandoval
  • Savage
  • Self
  • Shin
  • Silvers
  • Skillman
  • Smith
  • Song
  • Stamm
  • Staples
  • Stasica
  • Su
  • Swenty
  • Szadoczki
  • Szakolczay
  • Tancinco
  • Tawarotip
  • Thompson
  • Thurman
  • Tullis
  • Ty
  • Uyeda
  • Valenton
  • VanEnkevort
  • Velasquez
  • Vokal
  • Volker
  • Wang
  • Wapner
  • Warr
  • Weldon
  • Wellman
  • Williams
  • Zalanyi

Urzikstani Liberation Forces

  • Armen
  • Kejal
  • Irem
  • Shanar
  • Royar
  • Rona
  • Avdar
  • Dila
  • Amajger
  • Zerya
  • Dozan
  • Hemin
  • Seyda
  • Erdelan
  • Daryan
  • Asthi
  • Peros
  • Dersima
  • Ziryan
  • Beza
  • Jorin

Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War)

American names

  • Arditti
  • Beardsley-Dusette
  • Blumel
  • Corica
  • Chen
  • Christopher
  • Cole
  • Gulsiano
  • Geer
  • Hammon
  • Kelley
  • Kleiman
  • Koberstein
  • Kozlowski
  • Mulkiewicz
  • Navarro
  • Parkinson
  • Rud
  • Riddle
  • Strong
  • Stephens
  • Sobehrad
  • Singer
  • Smith
  • Staines
  • Sypult
  • Tieger
  • Yager
  • Volker
  • Zhang

Russian names

Main article: Soviet Armed Forces/Names#Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War


Randomly generated names (Call of Duty: Vanguard)

American names

Commonwealth names

Russian names

For the first time, the rank of Russian soldier correspond to the real russian rank, Efr. (Efreitor) replace Cpl. and two new rank are added, SrSgt. (Senior Sergeant) and JrSgt. (Junior Sergeant). They appear only in Stalingrad and The Fourth Reich.

Male names

  • Adamovich
  • Aleksandrov
  • Andreev
  • Bogdanov
  • Bondarenko
  • Bulgakov
  • Dorkuchaev
  • Egorov
  • Fedorov
  • Frolov
  • Gevorgyan
  • Glushko
  • Ibragimov
  • Isakov
  • Kapanadze
  • Karimov
  • Karpechenko
  • Kiryushin
  • Klimovich
  • Kovalev
  • Kozlov
  • Kurilenko
  • Litvinov
  • Lysenko
  • Magdomedov
  • Marchenko
  • Michurin
  • Nikolaev
  • Novikov
  • Polishuk
  • Popov
  • Radevich
  • Savchenko
  • Schevchenko
  • Semenov
  • Sergeev
  • Sharapov
  • Shevchenko
  • Shumilo
  • Sinkevich
  • Stepanenko
  • Tereshenko
  • Tkachenko
  • Vashkevich
  • Vavilov
  • Volkov
  • Yushkevich
  • Yusupov
  • Zadodevkin
  • Zaitsev
  • Zavodevkin

Female names

Female medical soldier appears only in Stalingrad.

  • Akimova
  • Barsukova
  • Voloshina
  • Plotnikova
  • Ermakova
  • Dorohova
  • Kovaleskaya
  • Kazakova
  • Kalacheva
  • Efremova
  • Zubkova


Trivia

  • In all games, several randomly generated soldiers are named after developers who have worked on the particular game those soldiers appear in. Examples would be 'Blundell' in Call of Duty 3, standing for Jason Blundell, 'Bowling' and 'Pelayo' in the original Modern Warfare trilogy, standing for Robert Bowling and Velinda Reyes (née Pelayo) respectively, and 'Livingstone' from several titles, standing for Peter Livingstone.

References

  1. Adams, Dan(April 20, 2005).Call of Duty 2 - PC Preview at IGN. IGN.
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