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In Greek mythology, the son of Aeson, King of Iolcus in Thessaly, who commanded ship Argo on the famous voyage in quest of the Golden Fleece.
Monitor Sangamon (q.v.) formerly Conestoga, was renamed Jason 15 June 1869.
(AC-12: dp. 19,250; 1. 536'; b. 65'; dr. 27'8"; s. 14.32 k.; cpl. 82; a. 4 4")
The first Jason (AC-12) was laid down 26 March 1912; launched 16 November 1912 by Maryland Steel Co., Sparrows Point, Md.; and commissioned 26 June 1913, Captain A. M. Whitton in command.
During Woodrow Wilson's first administration, Mexico was torn by revolution and several factions struggled to attain undisputed control of the land. Jason sailed for the troubled area 4 September 1913 to fuel American ships stationed there. She returned to Norfolk 13 October to prepare for fueling operations in the Mediterranean.
Jason departed Norfolk 25 October, fueled ships off Italy and France, and returned to Hampton Roads, Va., 18 December. Following further fueling duties during winter maneuvers in the Caribbean and Mexican waters in early 1914, she embarked refugees from Tuxpan, Mexico, in April and transported them to Louisiana. Later that year, Jason was once again involved in a humanitarian gesture as she sailed from New York 14 November, bearing Christmas gifts for the Mediterranean fleet and the people of Europe. The "Christmas Ship," as she was called, returned to Norfolk 15 March 1915.
For the next 2 years Jason continued fueling operations, including one cruise to the West Coast March-June 1915. During the early months of the war she operated with the Atlantic Train, transporting coal, stores, and freight along the eastern United States. She continued these duties until 16 April 1918 when she arrived New York to load aviation materials for transportation to Inverness, Scotland. Upon her return to Hampton Roads 5 July, Jason was assigned to NOTS to transport coal along the East Coast.
After the war the fuel ship made two cruises to Europe with coal and general cargo before being detached from NOTS 22 July 1919. Jason sailed from Norfolk 31 July to join the Pacific Train. Six months later she returned to the East Coast and 21 September 1920 sailed with coal and stores for the ships in European waters. Upon returning to the United States, she loaded airplanes and artillery equipment and departed Philadelphia 24 January 1921 for Guam.
Jason operated in the Pacific for 2 years performing fueling operations along the coast. During 1923 she cruised to Nicaragua, embarked marines stationed there, and returned them to Norfolk. She arrived San Diego 5 May and resumed transport and fueling services until 1925.
Jason departed Pearl Harbor 2 May 1925 for service with the air squadron in the Far East. After arriving in the Phillipines 25 May, she carried marines to China to protect American interests. From 1925 to 1932 Jason operated in the Far East, engaging in transport duties supporting the air squadron. Peace in China was constantly jeopardized by warlike factions within and aggression from without. Jason and the other members of the Asiatic Fleet kept the situation in hand by making the presence of America's naval strength felt. Jason was reclassified AV-2 on 21 January 1930.
She returned to San Diego 13 May 1932, and decommissioned at Bremerton Navy Yard 30 June 1932. Jason was struck from the Navy List 19 May 1936 and sold 29 July of that year.
Early life and career [ edit | edit source ]
Richmond Turner was born in Portland, Oregon on May 27, 1885, to Enoch and Laura Francis (née Kelly) Turner. His father alternated between being a rancher and farmer, and working as a printer in both Portland (for The Oregonian with his older brother Thomas) and Stockton, California (where he owned a small print shop). Young Richmond would spend most of his childhood in and around Stockton, with a brief stop in Santa Ana, and graduated from Stockton High School in 1904. Ώ]
He was appointed to the U.S. Naval Academy from California's sixth district, his name put forward by Congressman James Carion Needham, in 1904. He graduated on 5 June 1908 and served in several ships over the next four years.
On 3 August 1910, he married Harriet "Hattie" Sterling in Stockton. ΐ]
In 1913, Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Turner briefly held command of the destroyer USS Stewart. After receiving instruction in ordnance engineering and service on board the gunboat Marietta, he was assigned to the battleships Pennsylvania, Michigan and Mississippi during 1916-19. From 1919 to 1922, Lieutenant Commander Turner was an Ordnance Officer at the Naval Gun Factory in Washington, D.C. He then was Gunnery Officer of the battleship California, Fleet Gunnery Officer on the Staff of Commander Scouting Fleet and Commanding Officer of the destroyer Mervine.
Following promotion to the rank of Commander in 1925, Turner served with the Bureau of Ordnance at the Navy Department. In 1927, he received flight training at Pensacola, Florida, was designated as a Naval Aviator, and a year later became Commanding Officer of the seaplane tender Jason and Commander, Aircraft Squadrons, Asiatic Fleet. He had further aviation-related assignments into the 1930s and was Executive Officer of the aircraft carrier Saratoga in 1933-34. Captain Turner attended the Naval War College and served on that institution's staff in 1935-38 as head of the Strategy faculty.
Turner's final field command was the heavy cruiser Astoria, on a diplomatic mission to Japan in 1939.
Turner was Director of War Plans in Washington, D.C., in 1940-41 and was promoted to Rear Admiral late in 1941.
Jason AC-12 - History
Wright (AV 1) (seaplane tender & general auxiliary)
Jason (AV 2) (aviation support ship)
Langley (AV 3) (seaplane tender)
Patoka (AV 6) (oiler)
Mississippi battleship/seaplane tender
Displacement: 14,049 tons full load
Dimensions: 382 x 77 x 25 feet/116.4 x 23.5 x 7.6 meters
Propulsion: VTE engines, 8 250 psi boilers, 1 shaft, 10,000 hp, 17 knots
Crew: 744 as battleship
Armor: KC, Harvey: 7-9 inch belt, 3 inch decks, 6-10 inch barbettes, 8-12 inch turrets, 9 inch CT, 3.75-7 inch secondary guns
Armament: 2 dual 12/45, 8 8/45, 8 7/45, 12 3/50, 6 3 pound, 2 1 pound, 2 21 inch TT (sub) (as battleship)
Aircraft: seaplanes, number unknown
Concept/Program: Obsolete, marginally seaworthy predreadnought battleship outfitted to act as a seaplane tender at Pensacola, FL, and to assist in the establishment of a permanent seaplane base at that location.
Class: First of two Mississippi class battleships.
Design: Designed as an attempt at a smaller, cheaper battleship, but rolled badly and was considered totally unsatisfactory.
Conversion: Extent of conversion/modification for seaplane duties is not known, but is not believed to have been extensive.
Classification: Retained classification "Battleship 23" throughout her service.
Operational: Served as aviation station ship at Pensacola 1/1913 to 4/1913 supported seaplanes during the Vera Cruz operation.
Departure from Service/Disposal: Sold to Greece as a coast defense ship in 1914.
Built by Cramp. Laid down 12 May 1904, launched 30 Sept 1905, commissioned 1 Feb 1908.
Refitted and modernized 1911. To reserve (in commission) 1 Aug 1912, restored to full commission 30 Dec 1913 for service as aviation station ship at Pensacola and modified to support seaplanes served at Pensacola 1/1914 to 4/1914 and briefly 6/1914. Deployed to Vera Cruz, Mexico 4/1914 to 6/1914 as a seaplane support ship.
Decommissioned, stricken for transfer and transferred to Greece as Kilkis 21 July 1914. Served as coastal defense vessel. Discarded 1932 and hulked as a schoolship, disarmed as accommodation ship 1937. Sunk by German aircraft 23 April 1941 at Salamis. Hulk salvaged 1951 and scrapped.
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Tennessee class armored cruisers/seaplane carriers/tenders
Displacement: 15,870 tons full load
Dimensions: 504.5 x 73 x 25 feet/153.7 x 223.3 x 7.6 meters
Propulsion: VTE engines, 16 265 psi boilers, 2 shafts, 23,000 hp, 22 knots
Armor: 3-5 inch belt, 1-3.5 inch deck, 2.5-9 inch turrets, 4-7 inch barbettes, 2-9 inch CT
Armament: 1 dual 10/40, 16 6/50, 22 3/50, 12 3 lb, 4 1 lb, 4 .30 cal, 4 21" TT (secondary battery probably reduced as seaplane tender)
Aircraft: approx. 4 seaplanes
Concept/Program: Obsolete armored cruisers outfitted to carry, launch and support seaplanes.
Conversion: A large, fixed catapult was built on the quarterdeck, and a system of rails for moving and storing seaplanes was built in the former boat storage area. The catapult was built over the aft 10" turret, rendering that turret useless.
Classification: Retained armored cruiser classification s throughout service as a seaplane tenders. Operational: Operated as an aviation station ships at Pensacola, Although nominally capable of operating seaplanes while underway, most of their seaplane service was as a station ships.
Departure from Service/Disposal: Catapult and aviation facilities removed 1917.
ACR-11 - CA 11 - IX 39
Photos: [As seaplane tender],
Built by New York Shipbuilding. Laid down 23 Sept 1903, launched 18 March 1905, commissioned 7 Aug 1906. Renamed 9 Nov 1916.
Fitted as a seaplane tender 1915. Served as experimental aviation ship and aviation station ship at Pensacola. Seaplane equipment removed 1917.
Redesignated CA 11 17 July 1920. Postwar was used as a flagship/headquarters ship, then as a receiving ship 1927-1946. Proposed reconstruction in 1929 cancelled. Redesignated IX 39 17 February 1941. Decommissioned 28 June 1946, stricken for disposal 19 July 1946. Sold 3 Dec 1946 and subsequently scrapped.
Built by Newport News. Laid down 21 March 1905, launched 6 Oct 1906, commissioned 7 May 1908.
Fitted as a seaplane tender 1915. Served as experimental aviation ship and aviation station ship at Pensacola. Seaplane equipment removed 1917.
Renamed Charlotte 7 June 1920. Redesignated CA 12 17 July 1921. Decommissioned to reserve 18 Feb 1921. Stricken for disposal 15 July 1930. Sold 29 Sept 1930 and subsequently scrapped.
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Huntington ( Pennsylvania class) armored cruiser/seaplane & balloon carrier/tender
Displacement: approx. 15,000 tons full load
Dimensions: 504 x 69.5 x 26.5 feet/153.6 x 21.2 x 8 meters
Propulsion: VTE engines, 30 250 psi boilers, 2 shafts, 23,000 hp, 22 knots
Armor: 5-6 inch belt, 1.4-4 inch deck, 1.5-6 inch turrets, 6 inch barbettes, 2-9 inch CT
Armament: 1 dual 8/45, 14 6/50, 18 3/50, 12 3 lb, 8 1 lb, 4 MG, 2 18 inch TT (secondary guns probably reduced as seaplane tender)
Aircraft: 4 seaplanes, kite balloons
Concept/Program: Obsolete armored cruiser modified to carry, launch and support seaplanes and kite balloons.
Conversion: A large, fixed catapult was built on the quarterdeck, and a system of rails for moving and storing seaplanes was built in the former boat storage area. The catapult was built over the aft 8" turret, rendering that turret useless. Balloon maintenance and support facilities were also fitted.
Classification: Retained armored cruiser classification ACR 5 throughout her service as a seaplane tender.
Operational: Operated as an aviation station ship at Pensacola, then made one WWI convoy run as a balloon support ship before resuming armored cruiser duties. Although nominally capable of operating seaplanes while underway, most of her seaplane service was as a station ship.
Departure from Service/Disposal: Catapult and aviation facilities removed 1917.
ex- West Virginia
ACR-5 - CA 5
Photos: [Outfitted as a seaplane tender].
Built by Newport News. Laid down 16 Sept 1901, launched 18 April 1903, commissioned 23 Feb 1905. Renamed 11 Nov 1916.
Outfitted as a seaplane tender 1917 placed in commission in this role 5 April 1917. Served as aviation station ship at Pensacola, then made one convoy run during WWI. Seaplane equipment removed 10/1917. Remainder of WWI service was as a convoy escort.
Redesignated ACR 5 17 July 1920. Decommissioned to reserve 1 September 1920. Stricken for disposal 12 March 1930. Sold 30 August 1930 and subsequently scrapped.
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Aroostook class minelayers/seaplane & balloon tenders
Displacement: approx. 3800 tons standard
Dimensions: 395 x 52 x 16 feet/120.4 x 15.8 x 4.8 meters ( Shawmut 386 feet/117.6 meters)
Propulsion: VTE engines, 8 boilers, 2 shafts, 7000 hp, 20 knots ( Shawmut reported as 14 or 17 knots)
Crew: variable, approx. 300-370
Armament: 1 5/51 SP, 2 3/50 AA, 2 MG, provision for 300 mines
Aircraft: several seaplanes
Concept/Program: Merchant ships acquired in 1917 for use as transports, but converted to minelayers. Temporarily assigned to duties as aviation tenders in 1919, but remained in the aviation role for an extended period due to lack of replacements.
Design/Conversion: Oringal superstructure was stripped off and replaced by a new superstructure, large internal mine deck added. As seaplane tenders the mine rails were removed, and aircraft hoisting booms, repair and servicing facilities, etc. were added. Shawmut had equipment for servicing and support of kite balloons. Both retained some minelaying equipment.
Variations: As merchant shipps these were near-sisters, not identical sisters, so there were some variations in details.
Classification: Both ships given minelayer designations (CM) 17 July 1920 upon the creation of the designation system, and retained these designations throughout their service as aviation ships.
Operational: Both saw service in supporting early trans-Atlantic seaplane flights, then as aviation station tenders at various locations.
Departure from Service/Disposal: Both left aviation service for other duties during the late 1920's and early 1930's.
Built by Cramp. Date laid down unknown, launched and completed as merchant ship 1907. Acquired by USN 12 November 1917, converted to minelayer at Boston Navy Yard, commissioned as minelayer 7 December 1917. Helped in laying the North Sea mine barrage.
Converted for seaplane support at Mare Island Navy Yard early 1920, served as Pacific fleet aviation tender. Designated CM 3 17 July 1920.
Decommissioned to reserve 10 March 1931. Redesignated as a cargo ship (AK 44) 20 May 1941. Transferred to the Maritime Commission for disposal 5 February 1943. Sold postwar and converted to a casino ship at Long Beach. Scrapped in 1948.
Built by Cramp. Date laid down unknown, launched and completed as merchant ship 1907. Acquired by USN 12 November 1917, converted to minelayer at Boston Navy Yard, commissioned as minelayer 7 January 1918. Helped in laying the North Sea mine barrage.
Converted for seaplane support at Boston Navy Yard early 1919, served as Atlantic Fleet aviation tender. Renamed Oglala 1 January 1928 and became flagship of Mine Division 1, with her seaplane facilities removed. Considered for use as seaplane depot ship in 1931, but rejected as unsuitable.
Moored outboard of cruiser Helena at Pearl Harbor 7 December 1941 a torpedo hit the cruiser and sprang the seams of Oglala she capsized and sank. Salvaged 1942 and repaired at Mare Island Navy Yard redesignated ARG 1 and recommissioned 21 May 1943 as a repair ship for internal combustion engines. Armament after refit was 1 5", 4 3" AA, 4 40 mm AA and 8 20 mm AA.
Decommissioned (date uncertain), stricken for disposal 11 July 1946. Transferred to the Maritime Commission and served as a depot ship for the Suisun Bay reserve fleet. Sold and scrapped in 1965.
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Harding (Wickes class) destroyer/seaplane tender
Displacement: approx. 1,290 tons full load
Dimensions: 314.5 x 31 x 20.5 feet/95.8 x 9.5 x 6.25 meters
Propulsion: Steam turbines, 4 boilers, 27,000 shp, 35 knots
Crew: approx. 110
Armament: 4 4/50 SP, 4 triple 21 inch torpedo tubes
Aircraft: seaplane servicing facilities
Concept/Program: A "flush deck" destroyer modified as a seaplane tender following WWI had previously serveded as a guide ship for trans-Atlantic seaplane flights. She was one of the pioneer seaplane tenders, and her service was short. It is possible that additional destroyers were modified as seaplane tenders during this period, but details are unknown.
Class: Wickes class "Bethlehem" type variant of the basic design.
Design/Conversion: Detail unknown some torpedo tubes may have been removed.
Departure from Service/Disposal: She apparently left seaplane duties early in 1921, and was decommissioned in 1922.
Built by Bethlehem San Francisco. Laid down 12 February 1918, launched 4 July 1918, commissioned 24 January 1919. Converted to a seaplane tender at Charleston Navy Yard 13 December 1919 to 20 May 1920, then served at Pensacola and in the Caribbean.
Detached from seaplane duty 2/1921. Decommissioned to reserve 1 July 1922. Stricken for disposal 7 January 1936, sold 29 September 1936 and subsequently scrapped.
Class: Originally a "Hog Island" freighter.
Design/Conversion: Conversion from an airship tender included removing the "balloon well" and fitted additional aircraft hoisting booms. There were extensive shop facilities and evidently a considerable cargo capacity.
Classification: Reclassified as a seaplane tender when her balloon was removed, prior to full conversion.
Operational: From the start she was frequently used as a tender to flying boats and seaplanes, and also served as a general-purpose auxiliary in roles such as command, salvage, disaster relief and transport.
Departure from Service/Disposal: Starting October 1944 she was designated as a miscellaneous auxiliary and served as a headquarters ship for service squadrons.
ex merchant Wright
AZ 1 - AV 1 - AG 79
Photos: [ Wright as AZ 1], [ Wright as AV 1].
Built by American International Shipbuilding Corp. at Hog Island, PA. Laid down 1919, launched 28 April 1920. Transferred to the Navy and conversion started 6/1920 converted at Tietjen & Lang, Hoboken. Designated AZ 1 17 July 1920, commissioned 16 December 1921.
Operated as a combination balloon-seaplane tender until mid-1922, when the balloon was transferred ashore. Ship then operated as a seaplane tender and participated in many fleet exercises to examine possible naval roles for aircraft.
Redesignated as seaplane tender AV 1 11 November 1923. Fully converted to a seaplane tender 7/1926 to 12/1916 at Norfolk Navy Yard. Conversion included removal of balloon well and fitting of additional aircraft hoisting booms. During the 1920's she saw extensive service along the US east coast, including the salvage of the submarine S-4 , hurricane relief, troop transport, etc. Served in the Pacific during the 1930's and into WWII.
Shortly before WWII she assisted in the establishment of several advance bases in the Pacific. Early in the war she was used as a transport to supply and support various bases, especially those around Hawaii. From mid-1942 on she again served as a seaplane tender.
Reclassified as a miscellaneous auxiliary (AG 79) 1 October 1944 and served as a headquarters ship for Pacific service forces. Renamed San Clemente 3 February 1945. Immediately postwar served as an occupation headquarters ship.
Decommissioned 21 June 1946, stricken for disposal 1 July 1946. Transferred to the Maritime Commission for disposal 21 September 1946. Sold 19 August 1948 and subsequently scrapped.
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Jason aviation support ship
Displacement: approx. 19,250 tons full load
Dimensions: 536 x 65 x 27.5 feet/163.4 x 19.8 x 8.4 meters
Propulsion: VTE engines, 14 knots
Crew: 82 as built
Armament: 4 4" SP as built
Concept/Program: Former collier employed as a support ship for US aviation operations in the Far East, and eventually reclassified as a seaplane tender. Little is known about this ship, but it is believed that she was not extensively converted to a seaplane role, and probably operated mainly as a transport and logistics ship in support of other aviation units.
Classification: Reclassified AV 2 many years after she assumed an aviation support role, probably to acknowledge that she was no longer employed as a collier.
Operational: Supported US aviation operations in the Far East from 1925 to decommissioning.
Departure from Service/Disposal: Decommissioned in 1932.
AC 12 - AV 2
Photos: [ Jason as completed].
Built by Maryland Steel. Laid down 26 March 1912, launched 16 November 1912, commissioned 26 June 1913.
Saw extensive and varied service as a collier, military transport, and logistics support ship. Deployed to the Far East in 1925, operating in various transport, logistics and support roles. Reclassified AV 2 21 January 1930.
Decommissioned to reserve 30 June 1932. Stricken for disposal 19 May 1936. Sold 29 July 1936 and subsequently scrapped.
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Langley seaplane tender
Displacement: 11,500 tons full load
Dimensions: 520 x 65.5 x 16.5 feet/158.5 x 20 x 5 meters
Extreme Dimensions: 542 x 65.5 x 16.5 feet/165.2 x 20 x 5 meters
Propulsion: Turbo-electric, 3 190 psi boilers, 2 shafts, 7,000 shp, 15.5 knots
Armament: 4 single 5/51 SP
Aircraft: several seaplanes
Concept/Program: Experimental aircraft carrier (originally a collier) converted to a seaplane tender following her replacement as first-line carrier. This was another of the early, make-do conversions pending the availability of purpose-built seaplane tenders. She retained a large carrier-like deck which made her quite useful as an aircraft ferry.
Design/Conversion: The forward 1/3 of the flight deck was removed to open up a seaplane servicing deck, and seaplane hoisting booms were installed. The remainder of the flight deck apparently served no purpose other than as an aircraft storage area when the ship served as an aircraft ferry.
Modifications: No major modifications in service as a seaplane tender.
Classification: Reclassified from carrier (CV) to seaplane tender (AV) after conversion.
Operational: Early in WWII she saw service as an aircraft transport in addition to seaplane duties.
Departure from Service/Disposal: Sunk early in WWII.
Other Notes: As collier she had been the first turbo-electric USN vessel.
Built by Mare Island Navy Yard as collier Jupiter (AC 3). Laid down 18 Oct 1911, launched 24 Aug 1912, commissioned as collier 7 April 1913. Converted to experimental aircraft carrier at Norfolk Navy Yard 24 March 1920 to 20 March 1922. Renamed Langley 11 April 1920, reclassified CV 1 and recommissioned 20 March 1922.
Replaced as carrier by new Wasp in 1936. Converted to seaplane tender at Mare Island Navy Yard 25 Oct 1936 to 26 Feb 1937, redesignated AV 3 11 April 1937, recommissioned 21 April 1937.
Used as aircraft transport early in WWII. Attacked by Japanese bombers 27 Feb 1942 while arriving at Java with P-40s as cargo hit multiple times and crippled, abandoned and scuttled by destroyer gunfire.
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Patoka former airship tender
Note: This ship saw no service as a seaplane tender while designated AV 6, but did see service as an airship tender while designated AO 9. See history under Miscellaneous US Carriers for full details on this unusual and often-overlooked ship.
Jason, being a fan of Survivor was placed on the Airai tribe. He was thrilled that he would be competing against the most popular castaways from seasons past. Jason was dismayed when Kathy Sleckman found the idol that gives its holder immunity at their tribe's first Tribal Council, viewing her as the first to go. Airai won the first Immunity Challenge, keeping the group safe. During the time, Jason became a part of the majority alliance which excluded the older members. Jason like the other fans applauded the favorites when they voted out Johnny Fairplay. Malakal won a joint reward-Immunity Challenge, sending the fans to Tribal Council. Jason decided to vote out Chet Welch based on how horribly he performed at the challenge. Much to his shock, Mary Sartain was voted out instead. The Favorites proved to be the stronger tribe but the Fans won the next Immunity Challenge. Unfortunately, the favorites resumed their dominance and won the next challenges. Jason was set on voting off Chet, but Tracy Hughes-Wolf told Joel Anderson that Mikey Bortone wanted him out. Jason pleaded with the tribe to keep it strong, noting that they lost four out of the six challenges. Jason plea was futile as it only earned Alexis Jones' vote and Mikey B. was voted out.
A Tribe Switch occurred on Day 13. Jonathan Penner selected Jason to stay on Airai. He chose Parvati Shallow, whose name he mispronounced. The new Airai was dominant in challenges and won four consecutively. Despite not going to Tribal Council, the tribe lost Jonathan due to a knee infection and Kathy because she quit due to the harshness of the conditions. Jason was sent to exile back-to-back and he found what he thought was a Hidden Immunity Idol during that time. He also befriended fellow outsider, Eliza Orlins. Airai won the next Immunity Challenge.
On Day 22, the tribes merged and moved to the Malakal camp. Jason was immediate target for his athleticism and being on the outs. However, he outlasted Ozzy Lusth for immunity and gave his supposed Idol to Eliza. Much to her shock, she realized it was a fake and Eliza came to Jason and called it a fake and when Jason told her he was positive it was real, she told him "It's a f***ing stick". Jason hoped it was real and still voted for Ozzy. Eliza played it just to confirm that Ozzy had the real one which Ozzy admitted he did, and she was voted out. At the Immunity Challenge, it came down to him and Parvati. When Jeff offered food for the whole tribe, Jason offer to step down on the condition that no one write his name down at Tribal Council. Everyone agreed and Jason stepped down, giving Parvati immunity. The Favorites alliance, however, went back on their word and decided to vote out Jason. Cirie Fields, however, felt this was the best time to blindside Ozzy. Cirie's plan came to fruition and Jason was spared.
At the Survivor Auction, Natalie Bolton bought an advantage allowing her to exile someone and take all of their money. Jason told her he didn't want to go back to Exile, but Natalie sent him anyway, much to his despair. She complained that he was overreacting and said he could find an Immunity Idol, with Jeff humorously noting that this time, it may be a real one. Indeed, that's exactly what happened when Jason found the idol on Exile Island. Although unable to win immunity, Jason thought that James Clement was the next to go for his strength and determination. After being lulled into this false sense of security by fellow fan Natalie, Jason chose not to play his newfound idol. This would cause his demise, as Jason was blindsided in a 4-3-1 vote.
As a juror, Jason gave his vote to Parvati which was pivotal in crowning her Sole Survivor.
Powers and Abilities
- Superhuman Strength: In Part 2, Jason was shown to have some sort of enhanced strength capable of impaling victims with ease and was capable of breaking out a window with a single shot and his fist was barely formed and within Part III was capable of crushing someone's head while lifting them and later throwing said 100+ pound man through a window, and finally in Part IV he was able to twist a man's head around along with a hacksaw, crushing a teenager's skull against a wall, being able to break through a window and throw girl out of said window with ease, and was able to smash through a door completely demolishing it. Thus making it his default strength, for when he was alive as he was rarely overpowered by normal individuals.
- Pain Resistance: Jason as a human still has a human personality and he has felt pain the same as humans but had shown an exceptional amount of tolerance for it as shown in Part III and Part IV he still shows human reactions when being stabbed and slashed by Chris and Tommy. Jason withstood fatal injuries that would kill or cripple a normal person under normal circumstances such as being hanged, an axe to the head, a machete through the shoulder, and being impaled through the head. As an undead, Jason no longer responds to pain and can generally function in situations where pain would disable a normal person. However, in Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday, Jason can be heard groaning in pain while being shot at by the FBI.
- Stealth (Stalk/Super Speed): Jason can seemingly appear near his victims through means of walking he can easily slip in and out of areas undetected. This is best seen in Part VIII when Jason kills Charles. He can swim at incredible speeds, completely unrestricted by water resistance. He can make himself go unnoticed in his surroundings, allowing him to freely act without being noticed, essentially allowing himself to slip into the shadows to go unnoticed and reappear behind his victims for a quick and easy elimination.
- Intelligence: Jason is shown to be extremely intelligent and high-functioning while possessing some tactical sense and strategic planning despite his hydrocephalic deformities. He lays traps for his victims as seen in Part 2, can be seen restraining victims to avoid detection, and he carefully arranges the bodies of his victims, occasionally using them as blockades or projectiles. His sense of direction is perfect, as he is always able to go wherever he wants to go, usually back to Crystal Lake even from long distances. He can escape all manner of bonds. Every one of his kills is unique, and he always finds creative ways to get to his victims as well. Beyond this, though, his intellectual capabilities are unclear and not clarified for the duration of the series, only being shown in his tactical malice towards camp counselors and his never ending objective to kill anyone that wanders into the territory of Camp Crystal Lake.
- Revenant Zombie Physiology: After being resurrected from a lightning bolt strike caused by Tommy Jarvis stabbing his corpse with a metal rod, Jason was accidentally brought back to life as an Undead but unlike the usual Zombies, Jason doesn't want to eat human flesh like usual zombies but instead Jason Voorhees has kept his human personality and kept his former memories intact meaning now he is just a Zombie with intelligence.
- Supernatural Strength: After becoming a revenant zombie, Jason's superhuman physical strength has become titanic, and immediately demonstrated his newfound power by punching right through Tommy's friend's body and gouging his heart out with a single punch. Jason is capable of sending his victims flying through the air. His feats of strength include going through concrete, decapitating someone with a single punch, freeing himself when he was pinned by a fallen tree and can break humans in half as well as rip limbs from their bodies just small portion of his new zombie strength, as he tossed a man with a single thrust and ripped his arm off in the process and then proceeded to decapitate three people with a single machete slash, smashed a girls head against a metal wall protruding her facial expression through it, and is able to twist a girls head off without any effort, and is able to break Officer Mike Garris in half by bending him backwards
- Immortality: After becoming a revenant zombie in Part VI (Part 6), Jason has become functionally immortal, which means he does not age and physical injuries or illness that would have killed a normal human would eventually heal and won't truly affect him.
- Regeneration: Jason after becoming a Revenant Zombie now possesses a unique ability to regenerate any lost and damaged tissue at an accelerated rate. As a result, he can sustain bullet and knife wounds and be essentially unaffected by them. This ability allows him to recover from any fatal injuries that are physically caused to him. So in the logical sense, he can only be incapacitated by being chained to the bottom of Crystal Lake but even still he will be almost and always be restored to "perfect" health, his constantly changing state of deformity can be attributed to his constant regeneration. This regeneration, however, is not perfect, as Jason still possesses an undead, desiccated appearance of exposed bones and deteriorating tissue. Technically being undead, his body is not affected by existing detrimental contaminants. He has complete immunity to all kinds of poison, virus, disease, bacteria, etc. (However, it's not fully known how he can still be sedated as proven when Freddy had possessed Freeburg was able to render him unconscious with two syringes, and at some point, in the future, Jason was kept imprisoned via a combination of chained restraints and some unknown sedative substance administered to him by an I.V.)
- Resurrection: When Jason is "defeated" as shown at the end of Part 6 he is kept in a hibernating state and only outside forces such as the supernatural or human forces such as Tina Shepard telepathically and accidentally reviving him from his watery prison and Freddy Krueger who resurrected Jason due to the fact Jason doesn't decay like the regular dead and was capable of returning Jason when entering his dream.
- Supernatural Durability: As an undead Jason now has beyond superhuman durability able to endure and tank virtually anything thrown at him from taking revolver shots and even surviving a motorboat propellor to the face.
- Teleportation: Jason seemingly possessed this ability in Friday the 13th Part VIII, but it hasn't been confirmed if he did.
- Weapons Proficiency: Jason can use anything at his disposal as a weapon, he can create improvised weapons and instantly use them effectively
- Hunting Skills/Tracker: Jason can track down, trap, and pursue a person/group relentlessly for miles, He can adapt to his surroundings instantly, and will not stop until his target(s) are dead as seen in Jason Takes Manhattan, Jason Lives, and Friday the 13th Part 2.
- Intimidation/Overwhelming: Due to his overwhelming presence for those who enter his territory, the constant stories of his death/his killing sprees, and constant times when victims thought he was dead just for him to instantly recover Jason can induce fear into anyone even with his name and causing many to try to flee when he appears. Some are even unlucky enough to accidentally remove his mask, revealing the decaying/deformed face of Jason, scaring them even more. His Intimidation can cause his victims to become desperate in their attempts to escape/defeat him, make mistakes for him to take advantage of, and even cause them to be clumsy when scared.
- Nigh-Invulnerability: Due to the nano ants fully resurrecting and upgrading Jason into an unknown metal substance around a majority of his body he is now completely immune to bullets and other such things as the only thing capable of damaging this new body was when Sgt. Broski had intercepted Jason in space, sending both of them through earth II's atmosphere and back into reentry leaving only Jason's mask behind but Jason might have survived.
- Incomprehensible Strength: Already possessing both Superhuman and Supernatural Strength this new form dubbed as Über Jason has dramatically increased his newfound abilities capable of punching down a steel beam door which was bolted and sealed with a single punch displaying his new monstrous strength.
- Vacuum Space Survivability: Due to Nanotechnology upgrades Über Jason's Mask gives him the capability to survive in the vacuum of space without having any known side-effects.
Jason AC-12 - History
Date of Birth: 23 July 1909
Date of Death: 27 May 2010
Rank or Rate: Lieutenant
John William Finn
Lieutenant, U.S. Navy
Medal of Honor Recipient
World War II
Lieutenant John William Finn was a U.S. Navy officer who received the U.S. military's highest award for valor, the Medal of Honor, for his actions during the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. He was the first recipient of the Medal in World War II.
John William Finn, a plumber's son, was born on 23 July 1909 in Los Angeles, CA. Finn dropped out of school after the seventh grade. He enlisted in the Navy in July 1926, shortly before his seventeenth birthday, and received recruit training in San Diego. After a brief stint with a ceremonial guard company, he attended General Aviation Utilities Training at Naval Station Great Lakes, graduating in December. By April 1927 he was back in the San Diego area, having been assigned to Naval Air Station North Island. He initially worked in aircraft repair before becoming an aviation ordnanceman and working on anti-aircraft guns. He then served on a series of ships: the USS Lexington (CV-2), the USS Houston (CA-30), the USS Jason (AC-12), the USS Saratoga (CV-3), and the USS Cincinnati (CL-6). After being promoted to Chief Petty Officer in about 1936, he served with patrol squadrons in San Diego, Washington, and Panama.
In December 1941, Finn was stationed at Naval Air Station Kaneohe Bay on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. As a chief aviation ordnanceman, he was in charge of twenty men whose primary task was to maintain the weapons of a PBY Catalina flying boat squadron. On the morning of 7 December 1941, Finn was at home in bed with his wife, Alice, when just before 8:00 am, he heard the rumble of low-flying aircraft and sporadic machine gun fire coming from the hangar a mile away. Finn recalled how a neighbor was the first to alert him, when she knocked on his door saying "They want you down at the squadron right away!"
Amid the confusion, he threw on a pair of dungarees and his chief's hat, and started driving as calmly as possible to the nearby hangar (seeing Japanese planes in the sky on the way), while maintaining the base's 20-mph speed limit. "I got around, and I heard a plane come roaring in from astern of me. As I glanced up, the guy made a wing-over and I saw that big old red meatball, the rising sun insignia, on the underside of the wing," he said in an interview with Larry Smith for the 2003 book "Beyond Glory," an oral history of Medal of Honor recipients. "Well, I threw it into second, and it was a wonder I didn't run over every sailor in the air station."
His men were trying to fight back by using the machine guns mounted in the PBYs, either by firing from inside the flaming planes or by detaching the guns and mounting them on improvised stands. In 2009 Finn explained one of the first things he did was take control of a machine gun from his squadron's painter. "I said, 'Alex, let me take that gun'. knew that I had more experience firing a machine gun than a painter."
Finn then found a movable platform used for gunnery training, attached the .50 caliber machine gun, and pushed the platform into an open area from which he had a clear view to give the Japanese what he called a "warm welcome." For more than 2 1/2 hours he fired at wave after wave of strafing Japanese Zeroes until the attack ended, even after being seriously wounded, because, as he later said, "I didn't have enough sense to come in out of the rain." In total, he received 21 distinct wounds, including a bullet wound in his left arm a broken left foot shrapnel to his chest, stomach, right elbow and thumb and a laceration on his scalp.
He finally left his improvised machine gun post under specific orders to seek medical attention. After a few bandages, he returned to the hangar later that day to help arm the surviving American planes. He later spent two weeks in the hospital recovering from his wounds.
Finn was credited with bringing down one plane on his own, but he played down his achievement. "I can't honestly say I hit any," he told the San Diego Union-Tribune in 2001. "But I shot at every damn plane I could see."
Rank and organization: Lieutenant, U.S. Navy.
Place and date: Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Territory of Hawaii, 7 December 1941.
Citation: For extraordinary heroism distinguished service, and devotion above and beyond the call of duty. During the first attack by Japanese airplanes on the Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, on 7 December 1941, Lt. Finn promptly secured and manned a .50-caliber machinegun mounted on an instruction stand in a completely exposed section of the parking ramp, which was under heavy enemy machinegun strafing fire. Although painfully wounded many times, he continued to man this gun and to return the enemy's fire vigorously and with telling effect throughout the enemy strafing and bombing attacks and with complete disregard for his own personal safety. It was only by specific orders that he was persuaded to leave his post to seek medical attention. Following first aid treatment, although obviously suffering much pain and moving with great difficulty, he returned to the squadron area and actively supervised the rearming of returning planes. His extraordinary heroism and conduct in this action were in keeping with the highest traditions of the U.S. Naval Service.
For his heroic actions, Finn was formally presented with the Medal of Honor on 14 September 1942, by Admiral Chester W. Nimitz. The ceremony occurred in Pearl Harbor on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CV-6). Of the 15 Medal of Honor recipients from Pearl Harbor, 14 were for rescue attempts Finn's was the only one awarded for combat.
In 1942 he was commissioned, and he served as a Limited Duty Officer with the rank of Ensign. In 1947 he was reverted back to his enlisted rank of Chief Petty Officer, eventually becoming a Lieutenant with Bombing Squadron VB-102 and aboard the USS Hancock (CV-19). He retired from the Navy as a Lieutenant in September 1956.
Medal of Honor
Navy Unit Commendation
Navy Good Conduct Medal with 2 Bronze Stars
American Defense Service Medal
American Campaign Medal
Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with 5 Battle Star
World War II Victory Medal
Navy Occupation Service Medal
National Defense Service Medal
From 1956 until shortly before his death, Finn resided on a 93-acre ranch in the desert at Live Oak Springs, near Pine Valley, CA. There he raised cattle, horses, and chickens, and ran a scrap yard with his wife, Alice. Finn said he found his occupation peaceful, and above all was pleased to have "a place to ride my motorcycle, shoot my guns on my own property and collect my junk."
He and Alice became foster parents to five Native American children, causing him to be embraced by the Campo Band of Diegueño Mission Indians, a tribe of Kumeyaay people in San Diego. John Finn was a member of the John Birch Society.
In his retirement, he made many appearances at events honoring veterans. On 25 March 2009, he attended National Medal of Honor Day ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery. With the aid of walking sticks, he stood beside U.S. President Barack Obama during a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Later that day, Finn was a guest at the White House. It was his first visit to the White House, and his first time meeting a sitting President. In celebration of Finn's 100th birthday, The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen presented him with an American flag which had flown on each of the 11 aircraft carriers then in active service.
When called a hero during a 2009 interview Finn responded: "That damned hero stuff is a bunch crap, I guess. [. ] You gotta understand that there's all kinds of heroes, but they never get a chance to be in a hero's position."
Lieutenant John William Finn died at age 100 on the morning of 27 May 2010, at the Chula Vista Veterans Home. His wife, Alice Finn, died in 1998. He is buried at Saint Carmel Cemetery in Live Oak Springs, San Diego County, CA. Survivors include a son, Joseph.
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His outing comes as Line Of Duty fans are convinced the series six trailer gives away who survives the shoot out between DI Fleming and PC Pilkington.
Last Sunday's instalment of the hit police drama – which drew in an eye-popping 10million viewers – saw Kate [Vicky McClure] locked in a tense showdown with Ryan [Gregory Piper], with two gunshots heard as the screen faded to black.
Chat: With a shopping bag in hand, the Northern Irish screen star, 61, was enjoying the more everyday elements of life as fans eagerly await the conclusion of Line Of Duty's sixth series
The day job: Adrian is best known for playing Ted Hastings in BBC police drama Line Of Duty
Yet keen fans have claimed they already know the outcome from watching the trailer, while Adrian Dunbar has revealed that there's already been 'a very big clue' about what happens in next week's episode.
Putting their amateur detective skills to the test, several Line of Duty fans took to Twitter after Sunday's show to suggest that the series six trailer had the answers.
They were quick to point out one blink-and-you-miss-it scene which sees Kate standing next to Acting Detective Superintendent Jo Davidson [Kelly Macdonald] - which has yet to air on the show.
Fans thus deduced the scene must happen in the aftermath of the shooting - indicating Kate survives. Although nothing is known of Ryan's fate.
Errands: Adrian was spotted leaving a dry-cleaner's near his home with a smile on his face
Fan theories: The actor looked relaxed as he waited for the bus after he appeared to back up the theories as he appeared in the Good Morning Britain studio on Monday
Star sighting: Adrian looked in good spirits as he waved at a pal before heading off
One person declared: 'Screen grab from #Lineofduty session 6 @BBC trailer. #katefleming looks p***ed, #jodavidson has her hands in the air. THIS SCENE HASN'T OCCURRED YET. #katefleming lives for at least 1 more episode.'
And another wrote: 'Nah she’s no dead! Major spoiler if you Look back at the original season 6 trailer - both Jo and Kate get stopped by armed police, exact same clothes they were wearing just now. I reckon Ryan either missed or the second shot was Jo.'
Adrian appeared to back up the theories as he appeared as the first guest back in the Good Morning Britain studio on Monday, pointing fans away from the misspelt 'definately' but insisting many 'already know' her fate.
In typical AC-12 style on Sunday's show, a twist emerged in the form of a throwback clue to the 2019 series showing the word definitely misspelt as 'definately' in Jo's messages - a clue that previously suggested Hastings could be one of the bent coppers he is so hellbent on finding.
Have they cracked it? Line Of Duty fans are convinced the series six trailer gives away who survives the shoot out between DI Fleming and PC Pilkington
Interesting: Adrian revealed that there's already been 'a very big clue' about what happens to Kate in Line of Duty while appearing on GMB on Monday
Drama: On Sunday's instalment of the hit police drama, Kate [Vicky McClure] was seen locked in a tense showdown with Ryan Pilkington [Gregory Piper]
Reflecting on Sunday's dramatic show, Adrian said: 'Great cliffhanger again, Jed loves his cliffhangers. And a lot of LOD fans know [what's coming next for Kate].'
Presenter Adil Ray then jumped in asking: 'They’ve worked it out you mean?'
Adrian continued, knowingly nodding his head: 'A lot of Line of Duty fans know what’s going on. All will be revealed in the fullness of time.'
Susanna then despaired as she said: 'I feel like you're giving us a really heavy piece of information that I can't for the life of me work out.'
Adrian then dropped the bombshell: 'Yes, there’s been a very big clue. I’m giving you a scoop. As the first guest back on the show, I am giving you a massive scoop.
'There’s a clue out there as to what happens next.'
Hints: While appearing as the first guest back in the Good Morning Britain studio, the Ted Hastings actor, 62, pointed fans away from the misspelt 'definately' as they searched for clues
Trying to keep up! Speaking for many across the nation, Susanna told Adrian: 'I feel like you're giving us a really heavy piece of information that I can't for the life of me work out'
Susanna then probed about another huge moment in Sunday's show which saw the misspelt word 'definately' pop back up in messages Jo Davidson was receiving.
She said: 'When Jo Davidson was exchanging texts, they sent back a message that including a spelling mistake. Definitely is not spelled with an A.'
And Adrian told her: 'Correcto. You’re getting there. You’re still not there where this present clue is concerned.'
Elsewhere in his GMB interview, the actor continued: 'Line of Duty does seem to be a bit old school. People are happy to watch it, talk about it, wait for the next episode.
'Jed structures it so it’s like that, so we have the cliffhangers. You’re going to come across somebody whose talking about it during the week.
Detective work: Several fans made the connection between the trailer and the fact we have yet to see the scene where Kate and Jo are seen walking around a car
'The BBC people send me notes and they say, "you can’t talk about this, this and this". Now and again, leaks do happen. It’s a show that depends on collusion with the public.'
Adrian also chatted about how the cast are kept in the dark about the show's ending when they start filming, with Jed giving pointers on how they should act.
He explained: 'Once you see the episodes lining up, you think, we’ve covered that well, the audience knows that know.
'Regarding the ending, Jed always gives himself a bit of leeway. The ending is never set in stone and we don’t get that episode until late in the day.
'We don’t know for the first three eps. Sometimes he may turn around and decide to say to one of us, can you just do a look over here or a look over there.'
Adrian also remained coy about whether he'd be in another series, telling Adil he has 'no idea', but admitting that 'if the numbers are good and the BBC are happy I’m sure there will be [another season]'.
Turning back to Kate, Adrian stayed tight-lipped about her role in next week's episode and beyond when asked if she'll be in another series.
He said: 'It’s hard to tell. I wish I could tell you.'
Line Of Stress! Line Of Duty fans were sent wild on Sunday evening as the latest episode ended on a nail-biting cliffhanger as Kate and Ryan were locked in a showdown
Adrian added: 'We have a character whose old school like Ted who puts it out there, we should be adhering to those old fashioned values like loyalty and integrity.'
His interview comes after Line Of Duty fans were sent wild on Sunday as the latest episode ended on a nail-biting cliffhanger with Kate and Ryan locked in a showdown.
After viewers learnt that Jo was related to gangster Tommy Hunter, the fifth episode ended with Kate in a tense showdown with Ryan.
Soon after the show aired, Twitter was flooded with wild reaction from fans, who demanded bosses show the next episode now, as the suspense was too much to wait another week to see the outcome of the shoot off.
Wah! After viewers learnt that Joanne Davidson, played by Kelly Macdonald, was related to gangster Tommy Hunter, the fifth episode ended with Vicky McClure's character Kate Fleming in a tense showdown with Ryan Pilkington, played by Gregory Piper
Fans soon flooded social media in both shock and outrage.
Viewers penned: 'The whole of the U.K. right now after another cliffhanger #LineOfDuty. I mean, that cliffhanger is next level. But honestly, this was my fave part #LineOfDuty. #LineOfDuty another cliffhanger.
'I'm fuming after that Line Of Duty cliffhanger. was Kate able to get Jo an almond croissant. When #LineofDuty leaves us on another cliffhanger. The Line of Duty producers leaving the episode of that cliffhanger #LineofDuty.
'Having to wait a week after that cliffhanger #lineofduty. Ummm. Excuse me. I’m going to need the next episode of that now. That is a cliffhanger. And my mouth does not know how to close. #LineOfDuty.
Look what you've caused: Davidson seemed genuinely distraught when she thought Kate could be shot, however it was her messages that got her in the position
Nail-biting: Soon after the show aired, Twitter was flooded with wild reaction from fans, who demanded bosses show the next episode now, as the suspense was too much to wait another week to see the outcome of the shoot off
What's going to happen next? Fans soon flooded social media in both shock and outrage
'I’m in NYC watching every episode. Just finished tonight’s cliffhanger. You must be a “creative internet user”. ie seek and ye shall find. #LineOfDuty #lineofdutyday. Another Line of Duty cliffhanger I can’t take it anymore Robbie.
'another week of "line of duty", another week of a cliffhanger. So I just watched last nights @Line_of_duty And yet again it’s ended on a cliffhanger (of course) what an episode honestly absolutely brilliant acting PS I hope Kate doesn’t die.
'“Mother of God”, I don’t think I can take another week waiting on the outcome of yet another cliffhanger literally heart pounding out of my chest at the end of episode 4 and 5.
'“Mother of God”, I don’t think I can take another week waiting on the outcome of yet another cliffhanger for literally heart pounding out of my chest at the end of episode 4 and 5 of #LineofDuty6 Whilst I’m here. Patricia Carmichael for H''.
What's next? Although fans were already reeling with the twist, the show ended with shock, with the tense cliffhanger seeing PC Pilkington drawing his gun at DI Fleming
LINE OF DUTY SEASON SIX: WHAT ARE THE MAIN FAN THEORIES?
Season six of Line Of Duty has left fans with more questions than answers, with viewers flocking to Twitter to question what exactly is DCI Jo Davidson is up to, whether Kate Fleming has really left AC-12 and who is H?
Here, MailOnline examines some of the most prominent fan theories
Kate Fleming HASN'T left AC-12 and is working undercover
One of the most shocking discoveries was AC-12's Kate is now working with a new team- with some fans suggesting she could even be the infamous H.
While chatting to her new gaffer DCI Davidson, Kate said: 'I got fed upon nicking coppers, I'd rather go after the psycho who murdered Gail [Vella].'
But despite seeming confident in her new role, some viewers were left wondering if all was at it seems and theorised that Kate could still be undercover for AC-12.
Even after she tipped off Davidson and incurred the wrath of Ted Hastings, fans have continued to speculate that she is so deep undercover that even Hastings is having to keep her true agenda secret.
Kate Fleming HASN'T left AC-12 and is working undercover: Is it true? The jury is still out on this one
DCI Jo Davidson is being blackmailed by an Organised Crime Group
Jo has already survived a grilling from AC-12's top team and appeared to clear her name when it was ex-girlfriend PS Farida Jatri who seemed to have taken part in corruption.
However, Jo was seen hitching a ride with known bent copper Ryan Pilkington and taken to collect a burner phone, making her look suspicious once more.
Fans, however, are convinced the DCI is being blackmailed by an OCG, following her emotional outburst when she was summoned to pick up a new burner.
DCI Jo Davidson is being blackmailed by an Organised Crime Group: Is it true? After her car park outburst it seems increasingly likely
DCI Jo Davidson's mother is Anne-Marie McGillis
Fans speculated over who Jo's mother could be after she was seen in a photograph in the first episode.
Many theorised her mother has something to do with season five character John Corbett's [Stephen Graham] mother Anne-Marie McGillis, who was killed by an Irish Republican paramilitary group sometime after 1989.
DCI Jo Davidson's mother is Anne-Marie McGillis: Is it true? There simply isn't enough evidence yet to determine on way or the other
Gail Vella is still alive
Although season six has centered around the murder of journalist Gail Vella, one obscure theory is that she is in fact still alive.
Craig Parkinson, who played Matthew 'Dot' Cottan in the show, said on BBC Sounds podcast Obsessed with Line of Duty: 'Somebody is in that flat and there’s some connection with Gail Vella, the investigative journalist.
'You don’t cast someone like Andi Osho and then just have her as little magazine prints and stick them up on a kitchen wall.'
Sarah Millican - who also appeared on the podcast - went on to suggest Vella may have been a former lover of DCI Davidson's.
Gail Vella is still alive: Is it true? It seems unlikely that the scale of police corruption is so huge that they could fake a murder victim
DC Chloe Bishop is Tony Gates' daughter
Bishop is one of AC-12's newest recruits, and as Gates and his wife Jools had two daughters, Natalie and Chloe, viewers have suggested their shared first name 'can't be a coincidence'.
Gates' daughter was last seen in season one in 2012, which means she'd be roughly the same age as Bishop is now.
Fans have suggested that Bishop either took her mother's maiden name or the name of a step-father, so that her true identity remains a secret - for now.
Gates died at the end of the first season when he walked into a busy road after getting a confession from gang leader Tommy Hunter, who had been blackmailing the police officer into covering up their criminal activity.
DC Chloe Bishop is Tony Gates' daughter: Is it true? The dates and facts line up, but there still isn't enough to write it off as a coincidence just yet
DCI Jo Davidson's mystery blood relative is.
After it was revealed that Jo's DNA matched someone on the Police National Computer, fans theorized who that could be.
The overriding theories suggested that Davidson's relative was either Tommy Hunter, of series one and two, Mike Dryden of series two, John Corbett of series five, or Derek Hilton, killed off in series four.
Tommy Hunter was the leader of the OCG in earlier series of the show, and a paedophile. His character is dead.
Mike Dryden, the former Deputy Chief Constable, was last seen resigning from his post for perverting the course of justice in series two. His Scottish links also suggest he could be related to Davidson.
John Corbett was an undercover cop in series five who had his throat slit, leaving behind a wife, two daughters, and a mysterious link to a woman, Anne-Marie, whom fans claim could also be Davidson's mother.
Derek Hilton was a Chief Superintendent and later the Assistant Chief Constable of Central Police. He was also secretly affiliated with organised crime. He was shot in the mouth in a staged suicide in season four.
Other suggestions were Gill Biggeloe, Jackie Laverty, Lindsay Denton or Terry Boyle.
After it was revealed that Jo's DNA matched someone on the Police National Computer, fans theorized who that could be. Scottish Mike Dryden was last seen resigning from his post for perverting the course of justice in series two
Is Line of Duty Based on real events?
Creator Jed Mercurio works with a team of ex-police advisers when creating the show to ensure that the right procedures are being carried out and that it mirrors reality.
The plotlines and characters are fictitious and don’t follow real events, but they are inspired by criminal cases that have happened in the UK.
In addition to this, Mercurio told the Express that some plots are inspired by real life cases, saying there are ‘really relevant examples in British legal history of Stefan Kiszko.
‘It’s interesting – and the other one is Barry George, who was convicted and then acquitted of the Jill Dando murder.’
Both Kiszko and George spent considerable amounts of time in prison before their convictions were overturned.
Powers and Abilities
- Lazarus Enhancement: Due to being immersed in the Lazarus Pits, Jason possesses some magical abilities. ⎧]
- Magic Negation: Jason was taught a powerful, arcane martial arts strike by Talia al Ghul, that only a force of true good is capable of delivering. This move allows Jason to strip the power of mystical opponents. ⎟]
- Summoning: Jason possesses the unique ability to summon the All-Blades - A pair of mystical blades manifested from Jason's own soul, ⎨] designed to kill magic-based threats. The blades can only be summoned in the presence of true evil. ⎩]⎪] Jason has even shown the ability to summon dozens of All-Blades at once. ⎨]
- Business Management: Jason ran the Iceberg Lounge for a short time. ⎬]
- Computer Hacking: Having been taught by Tim Drake, Jason was able to hack into LexCorp computers in less than five minutes. ⎗]
- Computer Operation⎗]
- Genius Level Intellect
- Indomitable Will⎟]
- Martial Arts: Jason is a master martial artist, having received training from many of the world's most skilled fighters, including Batman, Nightwing, Bronze Tiger, Lady Shiva and the All-Caste. He was considered the All-Caste's most successful pupil, earning him respect and secrets only he has been able to unlock. ⎟] Even Damian Wayne, who doesn't have a very high opinion of Jason, considers his older brother to be one of the greatest fighters to have ever lived. ⎦] As part of his Robin training, Bruce taught Jason a technique called "language of combat," wherein he can communicate with others while fighting. ⎮] Jason is skilled enough to match Deathstroke, ⎯] and even Ra's al Ghul in combat. ⎟]
- Dim Mak: Jason is skilled in this ancient form of martial arts where you strike vital points of the opponent's body causing paralysis, intense and prolonged pain or death. He was taught a specific nerve strike technique by Lady Shiva, that allows him to instantly paralyze an opponent. ⎰]
- Kung FuΓ]
- Muay Thai⎱]
- Tae Kwon Do⎱]
- Wing Chun⎱]
- Firearms: Jason is a highly skilled marksman. Unlike most of the Batman Family, Red Hood is one of few who has no problems with the use of firearms.
- Swordsmanship: Due to his training over the years, Jason is a master swordsman. ⎷] He has even been able to keep up with the likes of Ra's al Ghul in a sword dual. ⎟]
- Bone Spur: According to future Tim, after Jason was killed by the Joker, one of his bones was never set right, which caused a growing debilitating bone spur in his hip joint. ⎫]
Leadership and Friendship with Tommy Oliver
Jason was highly respected during his time as leader of the Power Rangers and is shown to have some of the best martial arts skills of the Rangers. Jason is also the only one to ever best Tommy in single combat when Tommy was still the much more powerful Green Ranger (although the two tie in a martial arts competition before Tommy becomes evil). It is also hinted that Tommy still looks up to Jason as a great leader when he asks Jason for leadership advice after Jason becomes the Gold Ranger even though Jason is assumed to be second-in-command. He also traded duties with Tommy during their MMPR season 1 and Zeo tenures with one as red and the other as 6th member. Though in Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, when Jason is turned evil by Maligore, he fights Tommy and dangles him over the edge of Maligore's pit saying "Now I have all the muscles and the power." In "The Green Candle", Jason fought Goldar in an attempt to retrieve the Green Candle and save Tommy's Green Ranger powers but aborted the effort to return to Earth to save Tommy's life. Tommy's Green Ranger powers weakened from that point on until they failed completely in "Green No More". Though Tommy didn't blame Jason for the loss of his powers, Jason himself took the failure deeply to heart. He lamented in " Missing Green" that he was the reason Tommy lost his power, and even years later in "King for a Day", he was adamant about rescuing Tommy for fear of failing him again.
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