Fields of Fire Characters

James Webb
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Hodges

Robert E. Lee Hodges, Jr. (Hodges) had reasons for enlisting that were largely due to his ancestors, who had fought in every battle and war that came along. He is the last in the line of Hodges and hopes to fill his late father's shoes in the line of men that had gone off to war. His grandmother is very proud of him, yet she is afraid nonetheless.

His father had died in a war before he was born and his mother kept his memories tucked away in a locker. The locker was kept in the barn outside of the house, and Hodges learned early on how to crack it open and rummage through his father's memories. Hodges mother remarried and had two more children, but Hodges was the last of his line.

His grandmother (his father's mother) lived nearby, and he visited her every Sunday. They would...

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