The United States of America also known as the United States, U.S., or simply America, is the second largest country in North America and third largest on Earth.
The country is comprised of fifty states, several self-governing territories, and a federal district. It's capital was Washington, D.C.
History[edit | edit source]
20th Century[edit | edit source]
The United States was one of the nations involved in World War II and was an Allied power fighting against the rivaling Axis powers. In 1944, a American pilot named Hank Marlow battled with Japanese pilot Ikari Gunpei after they crash landed on Skull Island after a dogfight. They sparred until Gunpei got the upper hand and nearly killed Marlow until they were interrupted by Kong's arrival. Sometime later, Gunpei and Marlow put their country's differences aside and became friends, though Gunpei was later killed by a Skull Crawler, much to Marlow's dismay.
Formation of Monarch[edit | edit source]
In 1946, Monarch was formed by President Harry S. Truman to study the existence of Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organisms and if necessary kill them to prevent mass panic and keep them a secret from the public.
1950's[edit | edit source]
1970's[edit | edit source]
During the Vietnam War in 1973, many were protesting in the streets of Washington, D.C. to end U.S involvement in the war. At this time, a helicopter squadron called the Sky Devils were stationed at Da Nang Air Base in Vietnam during the war.
21st Century[edit | edit source]
In 2014, the United States suffered a series of devastating attacks and skirmishes by two MUTO's and Godzilla. The first attack occurred in Honolulu, in which Hokmuto attacked Honolulu International Airport before he had a brief confrontation with Godzilla. A large part of Honolulu was destroyed when Godzilla's arrival inadvertaly caused a tsunami. Las Vegas was decimated by Femuto who rampaged through the city after being awakened from her containment site. The final assault occurred in San Francisco, in which the U.S military attempted to to take out the monsters, suffering several casualties as a result. However, the two MUTO's were slain by Godzilla who left the next morning and departed to the ocean again.
The attacks were responsible for revealing the existence of the Titans to the general public. Monarch's existence also became public knowledge as well. The attacks resulted in massive property damage and a large loss of human life as memorials were installed to honor those lost in the attacks. The U.S government and then public alike had a bad opinion of the Titans, believing that they should be exterminated to prevent another horrific attack from occurring.
In 2019, King Ghidorah was awakened by rogue Monarch operative Emma Russell and a group of eco-terrorists led by former British Army colonel Alan Jonah. After Godzilla was seemingly killed by the Oxygen Destroyer and Ghidorah proclaimed himself the King of the Monsters, several Titans awakened from their containment sites around the United States. Among them being Scylla and Queen MUTO, the former of which attacked Phoenix. During Ghidorah's reign of terror, Washington, D.C. was destroyed and the U.S military suffered heavy casualties fighting against Rodan. After a final battle that leveled Boston, Ghidorah was slain by Godzilla, allowing the latter to render the Titans docile.
States[edit | edit source]
Presidents[edit | edit source]
- Harry S. Truman - 33rd
- Dwight D. Eisenhower - 34th
- John F. Kennedy - 35th
- Richard Nixon - 37th
Notable Americans[edit | edit source]
- Hank Marlow
- Houston Brooks
- Mason Weaver
- Reg Slivko
- Glenn Mills
- Elle Brody
- Sam Brody
- Ford Brody
- William Stenz
- Diane Foster
- Sam Coleman
- Rick Stanton
- Sam Barnes
- Mark Russell
- Madison Russell
- Bill Randa - Deceased in 1973
- Steve Woodward - Deceased in 1973
- Victor Nieves - Deceased in 1973
- Earl Cole - Deceased in 1973
- Preston Packard - Deceased in 1973
- Jack Chapman - Deceased in 1973
- Sandra Brody - Deceased in 1999
- Joseph Brody - Deceased in 2014
- Andrew Russell - Deceased in 2014
- Emma Russell - Deceased in 2019