|Division||Joint Strike Force|
|Infantry battalion||5th Armored Battalion|
Captain Walters took part in the first invasion of Europe as a tank commander in the Joint Strike Force's vaunted 5th Armored Battalion, and saw heavy action in France and the Netherlands. As losses mounted in the face of heavy EuroFed resistance, Walters rose to command Bravo Team, and led the unit as part of Task Force Wolverine in Belgium and the Netherlands. A master at hit-and-run armored assaults, Walter's company of advanced M5A3 Powell main battle tanks played a crucial role in defending Washington D.C. from raids by the Continental Army.