Birth and Early Life
Eugene Harlot was born in Columbus, Ohio in the days before v1.
He published the short-lived Buckeye State News. He was active in Housing from the start, working for Southern Housing. He concentrated his skills on building high quality defense systems for Goliath's and AWP and hospitals for Funke's Goodtime Family Band.
He became active in Ohio in the eRepublicans For Change party (now the Conservative Party) and began the first census of Ohio. He worked with many prominent Ohio politicians during this time including Royamen, Citizen HEM and GoBucks. During this time, Eugene Harlot joined with some friends and acquaintances from another message forum to create the political party, Brotherhood Without Banners. Though interested in politics, he did not seek office because he found his true calling in the New World. Eugene Harlot was a soldier.
Army Military Career
Harlot enlisted in the Army and was blessed to be assigned to the 4th Squad under the command of Daniel Canyon. Harlot's initiative, organization and dedication to soldiering caught the attention of his superiors and Sgt. Harlot received his first command when Daniel Canyon transferred to the Marine Corps. Sgt. Harlot invested great amounts of time and effort to mold "The Fightin' Fourth" into the model US Army squad. He received several commendations for his work, but Harlot was growing frustrated with knocking the skulls of lazy grunts and the lack of combat. He decided to follow his former squad leader to the Marine Corps. Such was Sgt. Harlot's commanding charisma and the dedication of his soldiers to him, that many followed him in this transition.
The United States Marine Corps
Lieutenant Harlot now, began in the Marine Corps commanding the 3rd Platoon, which was known at that time as "Harlot's Leathernecks." This platoon, later Company B, 1st Platoon, was known for an exemplary organization, communication and battle-readiness. When the Marine Corps expanded to Companies, Harlot was promoted to Colonel and took command of Company B. When the Marine Corps grew into Battalions, he was promoted to Brigadier General and placed in command of the 1st Battalion, The Old Breed. Upon the resignation of Dexter Jones, General Harlot was promoted to assume command as the Commandant of the Marine Corps. He worked closely with Major General qn20, as well as the Company Commanders: Colonel , Lt. General Sukoidha and Lt. General John Jay, all of whom were junior officers under General Harlot's previous commands.
Among his duties as Commandant, General Harlot directs Marine Corps recruiting, publishes media for the Marine Corps Organization, Marine Corps Post. He was a resource to Marines throughout the Corps, available to answer questions and offer advice and encouragement. He was also a dedicated war-fighter with combat experience in every US conflict since World War I and many resistance wars. There were rumors that General Harlot was also involved in commanding elite special operations forces, but this was never confirmed.
As Commandant of the Marine Corps, General Harlot was a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
General Harlot was named Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by President Scrabman in April of 2009. As Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, General Harlot was the highest ranking military officer in the US military. He coordinated joint military actions, assisted with military budgeting and consulted daily with the US President on military matters.
Recognizing the need for cost effective military transport, and heeding the words of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest that, "The winna is he that guts thar the furstest with the mostest", Mr. Harlot invested his entire savings to found McDonnell Douglas and develop aviation products for military application.
Eugene Harlot is the former Presiding Judge of the United States District Court. He was appointed by Chief Justice scrabman. He was a Senior Judge assigned to the US Extreme Court. He also served as the Dean and Senior Professor of Law at the USA School of Law.
First Astronaut of the United States
On March 17, 2009, Eugene Harlot joined NASA as USA's first astronaut. His military training, leadership experience and reputation as one cool customer made him the obvious choice. NASA Director Daks noted that there were no other candidates that could match Eugene Harlot's qualifications. General Harlot is expected to be Pilot and Mission Commander when NASA is ready to launch USA's first manned spacecraft. Eugene was inspired by his boyhood heroes and fellow Ohioans John Glenn and Neil Armstrong.
Election to the US Congress
In February 2010, Eugene Harlot threw his hat into the ring for election to the American Congress. Choosing the high iron territory of Karnataka, Harlot released a Mr. Smith Goes to Washington themed article containing his claims to fame, qualifications, and plans. Harlot won the election, and on February 26, 2010, became the second American senator from Karnataka.
GEN Dexter Jones
|Commandant of the United States Marine Corps
February 5, 2009 - July 6, 2009
| Succeeded by|
GOTA William Shafer
|Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
April 6, 2009–November 18, 2009
| Succeeded by|
GOTA Gaius Julius