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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
British Armed Forces
- See the Other Supervillains page
Captain Michael Carter
Portrayed By: Max Brown, Webb Baker Hayes (young)
Appearances: Agent Carter
Peggy Carter's older brother.
- Big Brother Mentor: He understands his little sister and encourages her to pursue a life of adventure, as well as arranging for her to be trained as a spy by the SOE.
- Canon Foreigner: In the comics, Peggy had only one brother, called Harrison (who is her and Michael's father in this continuity).
- The Captain: He is a captain in the British army, and a good man to boot.
- Shipping Torpedo: He disapproves Peggy's engagement with Fred Wells because he prevents her from having a life of adventure.
- Stuffed into the Fridge: He is killed in action early in WWII. His death spurs Peggy to take begin training as a spy.
- See Peggy Carter
Portrayed By: Kevin Changaris
Appearances: Agent Carter
Fred Wells was Peggy Carter's fiancé until she left him to fight in World War II after her brother's death.
- Disposable Fiancé: He was engaged to Peggy in 1940, but he was a coward who wouldn't join her in the war, so she broke off their engagement.
- Innocently Insensitive: Fred doesn't seem to realize that Michael Carter doesn't like him marrying Peggy because he's so against a life of adventure.
- Non-Action Guy: During World War II, he worked for the Home Office, avoiding combat as he felt he was more at home living a boring life rather than fighting on the front lines.
- Stay in the Kitchen: To Peggy. When she was offered the chance to work for the Special Operations Executive, Wells convinced her to turn it down as he felt she should not go onto the front lines.
Roeder, Schneider, and Hutter
Portrayed by: Erich Redman (Schneider), Jan Pohl (Hutter), Anatole Taubman (Roeder)
Appearances: Captain America: The First Avenger
Three officers of Schutzstaffel, Oberst-Gruppenführer Roeder, Gruppenführer Schneider, and Sturmbannführer Hutter, were sent to visit Johann Schmidt during World War II.
- Bullying a Dragon: Hutter referred Schmidt, who is now a Super Soldier, as "Red Skull". He really should've known better.
- Commissar Cap: Schneider wears one.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Roeder calls out on Schmidt for ordering a full-scale incursion into Norway.
- Homage: Roeder, Schneider and Hutter, are named after members of German pre-Techno band, Kraftwerk: Klaus Röder, Florian Schneider, and Ralf Hütter. Roeder also shares surname with a Nazi villain from the comics, Admiral von Roeder.
- No Body Left Behind: All three Schutzstaffel officers are vaporized by Schmidt's Tesseract-powered cannon after Schmidt turned against Nazi.
- Too Dumb to Live: Schneider openly calls Red Skull mad and didn't even realize that Schmidt is going to kill them while Hutter calling out the Skull even after his two colleagues have been killed.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Schmidt killed them once he's able to produce Tesseract-powered weapons for himself.
Colonel Ernst Mueller
Portrayed By: Jack Conley
Appearances: Agent Carter
Ernst Mueller was a Nazi German officer during World War II who was captured in the aftermath of the War and hanged for his crimes against humanity.
- Affably Evil: For a Nazi officer who is sentenced to be hanged, he's quite polite while talking to Chief Dooley.
- Black Comedy: He's due for the death penalty, and lampshades his use of Gallows Humor.Mueller: [as doctors measure him] They are measuring me for my new necktie.
- Break Them by Talking: Dooley gets Mueller, who is sentenced to be hanged, to talk to him about Finow by telling him an anecdote about another hanging Nazi whose noose was improperly measured, leaving him dangling there slowly suffocating for almost half an hour. He then offers him a quicker way out: a cyanide pill.
- Colonel Badass: His rank was Colonel and since he mentioned he killed many people during the war, it can be assumed he was pretty badass.
- Cyanide Pill: Subverted. Dooley offers him this if he gives info about what happens in the Battle of Finow. It turns out to be just a breath mint.
- Mythology Gag: In the comics, Ernst Mueller was one of the members of Baron Strucker's Blitzkrieg Squad. The episode he appeared in the show is titled "The Blitzkrieg Button".
- Not Me This Time: He was in Finow, but by the time he arrived there, his Russian enemies were already massacred by unknown attackers (actually themselves against each other, due to being under influence of Midnight Oil).
- Toilet Humor: When he offered water to Dooley, he pointed to his cell's toilet.
- Villains Never Lie: When he tells Dooley all the Russians at Finow were already dead before his forces arrived, Dooley briefly wonders if he's lying to hide his crimes there. Mueller responds that he's killed men, women, and children, and there'd be no point in hiding a minor crime when he's already sentenced to die for his many worse ones.
- Would Hit a Girl: He mentioned that he killed women.
- Would Hurt a Child: He also mentioned that he killed children.
Republic of Perú
Peruvian Armed Forces
Comandante Camila Reyes
Portrayed By: Leonor Varela
Appearances: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (appears in Episode 2: "0-8-4")
A recently-promoted comandante (commander) in the Peruvian military, who used to work with Coulson.
- Action Girl: As seen when she gets into a shootout with some rebels.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: At first, she appeared to be an ally to the agents, but it turns out that she only joined then in order to hijack the Bus and the 0-8-4.
- Dark Action Girl: After she shows her true colors.
- First-Name Basis: She often refers to Coulson by his first name, Phillip.
- Honey Trap: Attempted one to Coulson, and not very successful.
- I Can Rule Alone: Implied by Coulson to be her ultimate plan. She never replies.
- Knight Templar: She wants the 0-8-4 to seize power and install herself as dictator in order to stabilize her country.
- The Mole: She and her team joined Coulson and co. on the Bus in order to take the 0-8-4 for themselves.
- New Old Flame: For Coulson. She's rather unsubtle when reminiscing about their past together and attempts to coerce Coulson into a romp in his office for old times' sake. In actuality, she's doing this to distract Coulson while her men take over the Bus. It doesn't work.
- Put on a Bus: Last we hear of her, she's in a S.H.I.E.L.D. detention facility. Coulson mentions that the Peruvian government may eventually negotiate for her release.
- Spicy Latina: Given that she's from Peru. Crosses over with Good-Looking Privates, given her military status.
Portrayed By: Carlo Rota
Appearances: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (appears in Episode 13: "T.R.A.C.K.S.")
An agent of the Italian government in the payroll of Cybertek
- Bald of Evil: A corrupt government official with a bald head.
- Beard of Evil: A corrupt government official with full, thick goatee.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He pretends to be an ally of Coulson to get into the Bus to kill Coulson and Ward.
- Dirty Cop: He's a government agent bought by Cybertek to aid in their smuggling operations.
- In the Back: May kills him by throwing a knife at his back.
Republic of Colombia
National Police of Colombia
Portrayed By: Yancey Arias
Appearances: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (appears in Episode 55: "Bouncing Back") | Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot
A high-ranking but corrupt officer of the National Police of Colombia who came into conflict with S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Inhumans.
- Dirty Cop: He's a high-ranking officer in the deeply corrupt National Police of Colombia.
- See the HYDRA Operatives page
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
Afghan National Police
Portrayed By: Shezi Sardar
Appearances: The Punisher (2017)
Madani's former partner in Afghanistan back in 2001, who investigated the corrupt Cerberus Squad and paid for it with his life.
- Boom, Headshot!: How Frank executes him.
- Frame-Up: After discovering the illegal actions of Cerberus Squad, he got framed as a terrorist and murdered by Frank Castle, on the order of William Rawlins.
- Have You Told Anyone Else?: Rawlins, while torturing him, asks the man in Arabic if he's told any of the soldiers present in the room that he's a police officer. Zubair says no, and that's when Rawlins gives Frank the order to execute him.
- He Knows Too Much: The reason behind his murder - he discovered that Agent Orange and Colonel Schoonover were trafficking heroin.
- I Have a Family: He pleads for his life on behalf of his family. It doesn't help him, sadly.
- My Greatest Failure: For both Madani and Frank. For Madani because she failed to save him and uncover the circumstances of his death, and for Frank because he executed him on behalf of Rawlins under a false accusation, helping the man to cover up his crimes.
- Poor Communication Kills: He does speak English, but Frank doesn't speak Arabic, so doesn't know that Ahmad is in fact a cop...something Ahmad only had conveyed in Arabic.
- Posthumous Character: Is already dead for well over a decade by the time of The Punisher (2017), but influences the plot significantly.
- Small Role, Big Impact: His execution kickstarted a chain of events that led to the death of Frank Castle's family, and very indirectly, the breakup of Nelson & Murdock as well as Wilson Fisk's rebuilding of his criminal empire.
- Undignified Death: After executing Ahmad, Frank and Gunner bury him in an unmarked grave.