Dr. Margaret Elizabeth "Peggy" Carter, born on April 9, 1919
Characteristics: 5' 7", 120 lbs, Peggy has two bullethole scars on her right shoulder
Relatives: Harrison (father, deceased), Amanda (mother, deceased), Michael (older brother, deceased)
Affiliation: S.H.I.E.L.D., British Armed Forces, liaison with U.S. Army, SSR (Strategic Scientific Reserve), Allies, Howling Commandos, Captain America
Base of Operations: Winchester, Hampshire, England, UK; formerly Camp Lehigh, USA; New York City
Status Identity: No Dual Identity
Citizenship: British, English
Occupation: Soldier, British Liaison to the U.S. Army
Martial Arts: Carter is a skilled martial artist, able to beat trained SSR agents and assassins.
Marksmanship: An expert markswoman, capable of a headshot against a target fleeing in a vehicle several dozen meters away, despite being momentarily distracted by a car bomb close by.
Weapons: A variety of weapons were used by Carter, including standard issued Thompson submachine guns, a M1911 Pistol, a Walther PPK, and stolen Hydra weapons powered by the Tesseract.
Multilingual: Carter can speak and read English and French fluently although her language skills were not mentioned in her SHIELD profiles.
Strategy: Though they were all seasoned war veterans, the Howling Commandos took instruction from Carter on how to infiltrate the Red Room Academy, following her leadership on how to divide the men and what to do in a given situation.
Spy: Carter was able to infiltrate Castle Kaufmann and free Abraham Erskine with her disguise as "Eva". Likewise, she is able to flawlessly mimic other accents. She knows how to manipulate men by exploiting the sexist stereotypes of her time, and by seduction.
Thief: Carter was able to pickpocket an access card from an employee of Isodyne Energy with ease; however, she was not successful in using her Brooch Key to access Daniel Sousa's desk because he was too close to her.
Codebreaker: Carter was able to easily decipher a Leviathan code.
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