Originally from northern Ontario,Canada, Captain Summer Wind was the youngest RCAF to reach the rank of Captain after she was thrust into the lead of a squad when her commander was killed during a peace keeping mission in Afghanistan.
In March 2000, Capt. Wind, was diverted from her patrols of the Arctic Ocean for a strange mission that involved what she later found out was a crashing spaceship. Capt. Wind was instrumental in keeping other Earth forces away from the crash site while it was covered up. Captain Wind was able to secure the site until Canadian forces arrived on site and then she was promptly sidelined until she received a call from an international organization requesting her specifically.
Following these events General Hammond reached out to the Captain and recruited her into the SGC Program. When the opportunity to lead a brand new team called Phoenix-1 at the Phoenix Site arose, Summer jumped at the opportunity. Summer is a primarily a helicopter pilot and is usually not a boots on the ground type of solider preferring to fight from a cockpit or a gunners seat.
Summer believes that protecting the people of Earth is one of the most important missions she can undertake and she accepts responsibility for her and her squad and does not hesitate to make the hard decisions.
Summer wants to feel more comfortable in her "boots on the ground" role and is training in the use of the LMGs similar to the ones mounted to the choppers she used to fly.
With targets and marked ranges, the firing range helps calibrate firearms and hone a team member’s accuracy.
Benefit: A team member who spends their downtime in the firing range adds its bonus to their ranged weapon attack rolls.
Climate Protection Clothing
Heavy clothing that provides protection from the cold, high winds, and even radiation when combined with a filtration mask.
Benefit: This clothing can be worn with armor and provides advantage on saves against cold. When combined with a Filtration/Radiation mask it also provides advantages on saves against radiation effects.