|Appears in||Medal of Honor: European Assault|
|Affiliations||7th Armoured Division, British Army|
Early life Edit
Jamison is a British soldier who enlisted in the British Army sometime prior to 1942, before joining the 7th Armoured Division and being deployed to North Africa.
North African campaign Edit
On the evening of 17 May 1942, Jamison and Lieutenant Upton join Lieutenant William Holt, an American agent with the Office of Strategic Services assigned to his unit, in performing reconnaissance on a German Afrika Korps outpost located in Tunisia. With orders to destroy prototypes of the new German Tiger I tank, they incapacitate a sentry and prepare to raid the complex. Upton performs an inspiring speech before he and his, joined by Holt, rush in to attack the enemy. Jamison joins Baker and Carr as they follow Holt; together they destroy prototypes of the new Tiger I tank and acquire operating manuals for the new models before escaping into a nearby bunker system. He may also be present as Holt sabotages a German radar dish, destroys a Panzer IV tank hiding amidst nearby ruins, and recovers valuable British reconnaissance information. Jamison may also be present for the battle with nemesis Adabold Brecht.
Jamison may be killed at any point during his appearance. His status following the raid, should he survive, is unknown.
- He shares his name with Jamison, a member of No. 2 Commando who served alongside Holt during the St Nazaire Raid.