The only United States Coast Guardsman to ever receive the Medal of Honor.
The "Slavic Leonidas", the national hero of Croatia led 3000 men in a desperate last stand against the seemingly-endless forces of Suleiman the Magnificent.
World War I German commerce raider who sank 64,000 tons of British shipping and destroyed 14 vessels. With a three-masted old-school sailing ship. And without killing a single person.
30 year CIA and OSS veteran who spent all of WWII working behind German lines with the French Resistance. She's the most-decorated female spy in American history, and she did it all with a wooden leg.
Buffalo soldier and twenty-year U.S. Army veteran, he received a Medal of Honor fighting the Apache and was one of the first black officers in the history of the U.S. military.
Yukon gold-mining Secret Agent who managed a Stanley Cup hockey team, outfitted a WWI machine gun company, stole the Romanian crown jewels from a vault in Moscow, one fought a shark with a knife..
The last great hero of the Western Roman Empire, this Visigoth-slaying general defended Rome from barbarian invasion not once but twice.
The military genius who crushed the enemies of Christendom, united Europe under one ruler, and brought the continent out of the Dark Ages.
The Hammer of the Scots.
Elected President of Mexico eleven times (and deposed twelve times), the villain of the Alamo rocked a prosthetic leg, brought bubble gum to the United States, has a sea shanty named after him, once led a military coup against himself.