Super Power Meltdown: Despite being the best pilot and the most effective at combat for much of the series, later episodes (15 onward) show the after effects of constantly pushing himself to the limits start to catch up with him.
Tranquil Fury: He has moments like this when fighting Jiart. In episode 23, he finally realizes he should stop trying to suppress his ASHMB's survival instinct in dodging, and starts to fight much better against Jiart.
Clingy Jealous Girl: Heavily implied to be this concerning Izuru. In episode 9, she doesn't seem too happy when Izuru sees Teoria. And in episode 10, she constantly gives him dirty looks anytime he's talking to, or about, Teoria.
Death Glare: Gives one to Izuru after he describes watching the porn video as "refreshing".
Image Song: "Aitai yo ～No one else～" ("I Want To See You ～No one else～") and "Hanashi wo shiyou" ("Let's talk")
Mission Control: Her unit, Purple-2, acts as this in the battlefield, providing various long range sensor data and issuing commands to the other ASHMB units.
Relationship Sabotage: In episode 16, she pleads with Toshikazu to go with Izuru when the latter is asked out on a dinner date with Teoria. Luckily for her, Izuru also insists he goes, claiming he'll feel a little more at ease with him there.
Oblivious to LoveLater when Patrick of Team Doberman appears to have developed a crush on her and almost tells her he came to Ange's welcome party just to see her, until she sees Giulano and blows past him. She realizes he has a crush on her after he dies.
The Ace: Episode 14 basically has a long montage dedicated to Ange destroying Team Rabbits in each of their areas of expertise.
Broken Ace: As good as Ange is, his/her split personality means that s/he is either paralyzed by indecision or a full on berserker, unable to follow orders. While his/her skills have kept him/her alive, time will only tell if this will become a liability.
Ambiguous Gender: The team can't decide if the new recruit is a guy or a girl, and all of them call Ange a "him" and "her" at various points.
When Izuru asked in episode 14, Ange simply cuts him off and with a hint of emotion, ends the conversation.
Attack! Attack! Attack!: Ange's default tactic in battle. He/she generally goes on the offensive as much as possible, and doesn't worry too much about defense.
Big Good: Or at least the closest thing the setting has to one. As the head of the MJP, he was the person who spearheaded the development of the AHSMB and was responsible for training the recruits to pilot them.
Reasonable Authority Figure: He tends to make calm, calculated decisions unlike General Komine. He is also largely responsible for humanity simply not being wiped out by the Wulgaru thanks to access to certain technology, as well as the training of the AHSMB pilots.
Voiced by: Toshiharu Nakanishi (Japanese), John Swasey (English)
General Failure: He thought he had found an Urgal supply route and sent Team Rabbits to destroy it. It turned out, it was a group of heavily-armed recon units.
In episode 7, he steals Lt. Amane's battle plans and passes it off as his own only to even wreck those when the sudden appearance of the enemy causes him to launch the attack fleet before Lt. Amane believed they were prepared for to counter.
Hate Sink: He has no real redeeming qualities, and is such a moronic leader that when he finally gets the boot, no one misses him.
Jerkass: He's pretty much just a terrible person overall, with no real redeeming qualities.
Lethally Stupid: To put it nicely, the man's just an overall incompetent moron.
Never My Fault: Due to his pride and ego, any and all failures on his part are due to someone else. Fortunately for those surviving under his command, he's removed from his post after a few disastrous battles that cost countless lives.
Pride: His ego is probably the biggest one in the show.
Dude, Where's My Respect?: Eventually averted, after suffering under Komine's command for long enough her efforts are recognized by the GDF who promotes her not once, but twice. She is given her own ship as well as command of Team Doberman.
Field Promotion: Due to being rather competent (compared to Komine anyway), and the sheer losses of leaders suffered during various engagements with the Wulgaru, she is given some promotions in episode 15.
Only Sane Man: At least regarding the GDF military leadership. Aside from Simon and Team Rabbits, she's the only one that has some luck fighting against the Wulgaru and attempts to form tactics that could stand a chance against them.
Case in point: Post-promotion, she smiles a couple of times.
The Strategist: Unlike Komine, her plans are actually fairly well thought out. While they don't always hold up in actual combat, she is also smart enough to realize when they may need to try something different during the fighting as conditions change on the battlefield.
Disk One Final Boss: He is the main antagonist for most of the anime, and he ends up being the last enemy Izuru faces in the story. However, at the same time, the ending shows that while the Wulgaru have been bloodied, they are far from broken, and Galkie implies that he's going to be attacking Earth personally soon enough, which puts him into this territory.
Hidden Depths: He's far more than just a brainless brute who knows only how to fight. Jiart has also shown to be extremely skilled at playing politics, and has demonstrated incredible foresight in his plotting.
Worthy Opponent: Sees all of humanity as this, due to how long they have held out against the Wulgaru invasion, to the point where he insists that the other commanders address them as "humans", the name that they chose for themselves, rather than just as the "inferior species". However, this attitude is especially pronounced towards Izuru, since he is the only person who seems to be able to fight on par with Jiart.
My Master, Right or Wrong: His family has served the royal family for generations and is so loyal that when a member of the family asks him to do something even if it conflicts with what another one says he will do it including hiding the knowledge of Teoria being on Earth from King Galkie at Jiart's request.
When Teoria gives the order to leave during the battle to protect the Gate, both him and his fleet leave.
The Strategist: Came up with a strategy that allowed his forces to land on a GDF planet, hack into their systems and disappear before the Earth forces were the wiser.
The Unfought: He was shown to be one of the most crafty and tactical of the Wulgaru leaders but never directly challenges anyone while completing most of the missions he was given. At the end of series he withdraws his forces along with a good chunk of the Wulgaru armada without ever going into battle himself.
Voiced by: Shizuka Ito (Japanese), Maggie Flecknoe (English)
Defector from Decadence: She ditched her fellow Wulgaru and takes some of their technology with her to warn humanity of the invasion.
Expy: Her design, personality and role in the series is similair to Lacus Clyne from Gundam SEED and Gundam SEED Destiny, And then it's subverted when we find out that she's the protagonist's mother, not his love interest.
Forgotten First Meeting: In episode 10 she hints this at Izuru when he says he doesn't remember anything from his past besides her for some reason. However, she's unable to tell him more at that time. This may also be why Prince Jiart let him go in episode 8 after seeing him in person during their fight.