Casey

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Casey
Character of Stargate SG-1
Image of the character
Biographical informations
Birth planet Earth
Nationality American
Gender
Race Tau'ri
Species Human
Socio-political informations
Occupation Military
Rank Airman
Allegiance US Air Force
SG-2
Out of Stargate universe informations
Portrayed by Garvin Cross
First appearance "Children of the Gods"

Casey was a US Air Force Airman,[1] former member of SG-2. He has been badly wounded on Chulak in 1997.

Biography[edit]

When the President of the United States created the SG teams, Casey has been affected to SG-2, led by Major Charles Kawalsky.

Character's evolution[edit]

"Children of the Gods" (1997)[edit]

SG-1 and SG-2 are sent to the coordinates found by Ferretti. Casey is doing recon and reports back to Colonel Jack O'Neill and Major Charles Kawalsky that he found traffic on the ground around the mountains in the last couple of days.

After Warren destroyed a death glider with a FIM-92 Stinger missile to save SG-1 and the escapees, Kawalsky order Warren and Casey to stand on his right. On the hills, they look back and report some movement in the trees, incoming hostiles. They defend the position, yet they're soon outnumbered. Kawalsky orders them to fall back. They rush down the hill and continue to defend the position against the Serpent guards.

When Daniel Jackson dials Earth, Casey hurries the refugies to pass through the Stargate but Casey is hit by staff weapon's blast. O'Neill and Kawalsky pull him back through the Stargate in Stargate Command. There, medics come to Casey to take care of him.

"The Enemy Within"[edit]

When Jack O'Neill and Daniel Jackson ask Charles Kawalsky when he had his blackouts, he remembers it was when he brought back Casey after he was hit. He hopes he's well now.

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  1. He has been called "Airman" by Colonel Jack O'Neill after he made his report on Chulak (SG1: "Children of the Gods").

* — Mentionned only