Rabbit
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Rabbit in Friends From Afar
Nickname(s) Rabbit
Appears in Medal of Honor
Rank Petty Officer First Class (E-6)
Affiliations AFO Neptune
DEVGRU
J-SOC
United States Armed Forces
Family Unnamed Wife
6 unnamed children
Nationality American
Status Deceased
Death Day 4 March 2002
Weapon M4A1, 870 MCS, PKM, M14 EBR, M60, SIG-Sauer P226, Knife, M67 Grenade.

"Rabbit" was the callsign of a veteran Tier 1 counter-terrorism operator with AFO Neptune.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Rabbit was involved in several operations throughout his service in the War on Terror. These include rescuing an Afghan informant by the name of Tariq in the town of Gardez. Upon arrival in the town, Rabbit is criticized for his taste in music by fellow operator Voodoo. Neptune then comes across a checkpoint where they are informed that local Taliban forces have pulled out. Team leader Mother, suspicious of the situation, tells his men "keep your fingers on the triggers." They move further into town where they are ambushed by Chechen Al-Qaeda and Taliban forces. Rabbit and Voodoo get separated from the team and have to fight through heavily occupied Gardez to link up with the rest of their unit. After linking back up, they engage the enemy several more times before securing "the package" located on the other side of the Bala Hesar fortress.

Later, he was with Neptune and the ANA, assaulting Bagram Airfield, capturing an air control tower, and later destroying targets of opportunity in the Shah-i-Kot Valley from said air tower.

Six months later, Rabbit along with the rest of AFO Neptune and AFO Team Wolfpack are still in the valley. They train a small militia group, Task Force Rebel, however the group later panics and retreats after being (accidentally) hit with friendly fire under General Flagg's orders.

AFO Neptune proceeds to make their way up the mountain, receiving support from Reaper 31. Once going through the town, Rabbit gets knocked down and face to face with the barrel of an enemy's AK47, but before Rabbit is executed, Mother shoots the enemy through the head. AFO Neptune then proceeds to help Reaper 31 by destroying enemy gun emplacements and enemy RPGs. Rabbit also destroys a large ammo cache.

Several hours later, AFO Neptune becomes overrun by insurgents, receiving sniper support from AFO Wolfpack members Deuce and Dusty, they proceed to fall back down the mountain, going down a similar path they just cleared hours earlier. They call for a helicopter evac, but only Mother and Rabbit are able to be safely evacuated, and they leave Preacher and Voodoo behind.

Mother and Rabbit are reinserted into the mountain to search for their missing SEAL team members. The insertion goes haywire, and Rabbit is thrown from the Chinook. Rabbit now injured, proceeds through the mountain, executing an enemy with his knife, using stealth to take out unsuspecting enemies, to meet up with Mother and get his weapon back. Mother and Rabbit slowly progress through the mountains and proceed stealthily through the enemy camp. As they proceed through the mountain camp Rabbit becomes compromised, Mother then from a vantage point eliminates the enemies who have spotted Rabbit. They soon find an enemy hut where it is assumed that Voodoo and Preacher have been, finding Voodoo's tomahawk.

But the hut turns out to be a trap, several enemies open fire while Mother and Rabbit are trapped and surrounded. After a huge explosion with the hut now as rubble, Mother drags Rabbit and he (Rabbit) kills multiple enemies before Mother drags him through a hole in the hut's wall. Mother then quickly checks to see if Rabbit was hit when the latter is nearly hit by an RPG blast. Mother and Rabbit attempt to run from the enemy when Rabbit is suddenly shot in the back which exits through his chest and he collapses, resulting in internal injuries. After Rabbit briefly recovers from the gunshot he and Mother reach a cliff where Mother asks Rabbit "Bullets or broken bones?" before answering "Bone's heal, let's do it!" and jumping off the cliff, Rabbit follows. At the bottom of the cliff Mother and Rabbit are lying in the snow injured with a group of enemies moving to inspect/capture them. After Colonel Drucker gets eyes on a group of enemies who have captured Mother and Rabbit, not being able to tell Mother and Rabbit from the enemies, Panther suggests a way to distinguish Mother and Rabbit from their captors which is to fire warning shots near the group to see if two (Mother and Rabbit) break away to escape, the plan works and the pair are able to escape the enemy for now. After a brief argument with General Flagg about what to do Jimmy its the call between the two.This allows Colonel Drucker to send the in QRF to rescue them (Mother and Rabbit) . 

Death[edit | edit source]

The 1st Ranger Battalion's Quick Reaction Force (QRF) manages to rescue AFO Neptune, including Rabbit and the other missing SEALs, but Rabbit soon bleeds to death; due to the gunshot wound to his chest and back before the CASEVAC helicopter arrives.

The last scene featuring Rabbit is of him in the Chinook covered by a blanket, his rabbit's foot is taken by Preacher. Mother then says "This isn't how this ends." Preacher responds with "No...It isn't."

Behind the Scenes[edit | edit source]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Game appearances
Medal of Honor Medal of Honor:
Underground
Medal of Honor:
Allied Assault
Medal of Honor:
Allied Assault:
Spearhead
Medal of Honor:
Allied Assault:
Breakthrough
Medal of Honor:
Frontline
Medal of Honor:
Rising Sun
Medal of Honor:
Infiltrator
Medal of Honor:
Pacific Assault
Medal of Honor:
European Assault
Medal of Honor:
Heroes
Medal of Honor:
Vanguard
Medal of Honor:
Airborne
Medal of Honor:
Heroes 2
Medal of Honor
(2010)
Medal of Honor:
Warfighter

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Rabbit's corpse.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Rabbit is presumably based on Petty Officer 1st Class Neil Roberts (callsign "Fifi"). He took part in Operation Anaconda and was thrown from his Chinook when it came under RPG fire. He was captured and executed before Army Rangers and fellow Navy SEALs could rescue him. Also, the Rangers sent to rescue Rabbit were also the QRF. Both of them also died on Takur Ghar (later named Roberts' Ridge).
  • He is the first and only playable character so far in the Medal of Honor series to be killed in action.
  • His callsign "Rabbit" is a reference to his lucky charm. He carries an amulet in the form of a rabbit's foot.  In some cultures, the foot of a rabbit is carried as an amulet believed to bring good luck.
  • In the final cinematic, Preacher take's Rabbit's lucky charm from his body. Ironically, Rabbit is the only character to have visibly carried a lucky charm into combat, and is the only main character to be killed.
  • During the mission Friends from Afar, when Deuce and Dusty provide sniper support for AFO Neptune, the player can slightly see Rabbit's facial features using the sniper scope.
  • It can be suggested that Rabbit is the team's designated marksman, as he carries an Mk. 14 Mod 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle in 'Breaking Bagram', 'Dorothy's a Bitch', and 'Compromised', and also has his M4 customized to allow for longer range shooting in First In and Neptune's Net.
  • In Friends from Afar, shooting Rabbit will have him yell "Check your fire, Adams!" in Ybarra's voice.
  • On the PlayStation 3 version of Compromised, a Ranger model is used for Rabbit.
  • In First In, Voodoo makes fun of him for listening to "The Greatest Hits of the Hindu Kush", which can also be heard during the opening cutscene.l.
  • In Medal of Honor: Warfighter, during the final mission of the single-player campaign, when Preacher and Voodoo are about to breach the room where The Cleric is in, Voodoo says to Preacher "For Mother... and for Rabbit", still showing that he is still respected by his comrades.
  • In Linkin Park's music video for "Castle of Glass", it can be suggested that the mother and child are Rabbit's wife and son since there are people in the background that bear a resemblance to Preacher, Mother, and other members of AFO Neptune and Wolfpack.
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