Meet the heroic squad from Call of Duty: WWII

Hot off the heels of the game’s first story trailer, Activision has now released four separate videos for Call of Duty: WWII. Each one serves a point, though, and that is to introduce one of the several men who’ll make up our brave squad of heroes.

To start, there’s 19 year-old Private Ronald “Red” Daniels of Longview, Texas. Acting as the “Heart of the Platoon,” he’s a well rounded soldier who wants to do what’s right.

“From rural farm life to hardened soldier, be prepared to sacrifice everything as Private Ronald “Red” Daniels in Call of Duty: WWII.”

Next up is 31 year-old Lieutenant Joseph Turner of Cambridge, Mass. A fearsome leader, he’s the type of guy you want as part of your team, especially when the going gets rough.

“His years of military experience and compassionate leadership will help keep his men alive. Meet Lieutenant Joseph Turner, your commanding officer in the Call of Duty: WWII Campaign.”

Third of four is 34 year-old Sergeant William Pierson of Enid, Oklahoma. As fearless as he is tough as nails, he seems like the type who’d do anything for both his country and his fellow soldiers.

“He’s strict and does everything by the book. Stay on Sergeant Pierson’s good side, or you’ll be sorry.”

Now, last but certainly not least is the scarred, 21 year-old Private Robert Zussman, who hails from Chicago, Illinois. Full of “warrior spirit” he looks to be the most interesting member of the squadron, and perhaps its most charismatic.

“You can always count on him when things get grim. Meet Private Robert Zussman, Red’s best friend in the squad.”

We’ll be able to both meet and become the members of this squad when Call of Duty: WWII launches its offensive on November 3rd.