|Date of birth:||November 15, 1985|
|Birthplace:||United States of America|
|Affiliation:||T.W.O., US Military, US Special Forces|
|Played by:||Zack Ward (TDC)|
|First game:||Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel|
|Appears in:||1 game|
Alpha is one of the two main protagonists of Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel and one of the 2 playable characters, the other is his partner Bravo. His name will not be revealed, so that the player may "project themselves into the character a bit more."
Alpha is a veteran of multiple armed conflicts with the U.S. Military and Special Forces. He never thought about becoming a mercenary until Rios offered him the opportunity to use his tactical skills "for good." He still sees himself as more of a soldier or operative than a mercenary. Alpha is a born leader and thinks of T.W.O. as a chance to bring military precison and ruthless efficiency to a paramilitary environment.
In conversations throughout the game with Bravo, he states he has a girlfriend back home, but Bravo is unconvinced and makes jokes about her being fake.
One may infer that he has a soft spot for animals, because after they are kidnapped, he and Bravo have a conversation about how Alpha was "broken up" because the cartel members waged in dogfights in cages within their headquarters.
- Alpha is the primary player character in The Devil's Cartel, and the player cannot choose to play as Bravo.
- Alpha's name most likely comes from the letter representation of A in the NATO phonetic alphabet. The host player, or solo player would also be player one, or player A.
- Alpha's Tactical Gear was originally the same but with a black shirt and grey pants, but in the final game it's reversed with him wearing a white shirt and black pants.