Weird War II
"Big" Ed Oshana
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|Driving||AG||N0||Trademark Weapon +1 M1903||Quirk – Obsessive about Efficiency|
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Before being drafted, Edward (“Big” Ed) Oshana managed the family owned Oshana Sugar Factory in Saginaw, MI where he obsessed over ways to increase throughput. At 5’1" and 110 lbs, “Big” Ed stalked the factory floor for over 17 years like a relentless ferret, sniffing out bottlenecks, scrap, redundancies and sloth; none of which he can abide.
In both work and recreation, he believes firmly in the mantra “measure twice, cut once”, and he has been hunting pheasant since he was a boy with his cousins and his favored M1903 Springfield rifle.
“Big” Ed views the US Armed Services as a factory that turns raw materials (bullets, bombs, gasoline, etc.) into finished goods (dead Nazis), and he is fiercely committed to optimize the efficiency of this process. Uncle Sam has placed an order and “Big” Ed is determined to fill it.