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Davis was a United States Air Force colonel.

BiographyEdit

Twenty-five years after the death of Major Garland Briggs, Davis was informed by Lieutenant Cynthia Knox that there was a match made to Briggs' fingerprints in Buckhorn, South Dakota; the sixteenth match since the Major's death. Although skeptical due to the previous fifteen matches, Davis informed Knox that if the match was accurate, that they must report it to the FBI.[1]

From South Dakota, Knox reported to Davis that the prints came from Briggs' body, but the head was missing and the body was the wrong age. Nevertheless, Davis made the call to the FBI.[2] He reached Agent Tammy Preston, who put Deputy Director Gordon Cole on the line. After the hard-of-hearing Cole briefly misheard the word "Buckhorn," Davis informed him about the situation.[3]

Behind the scenes Edit

His name may be a reference to Don S. Davis, who played Major Garland Briggs in the original series.

Davis wears US pins on his lapels, which is appropriate for a USAF officer.

He seems to have the following ribbons on his rack under his Command pilot wings insignia:

Legion of Merit Ribbon Bronze Star Ribbon
Defense Meritorious Service Ribbon

(with 1 Oak)

Meritorious Service Ribbon

(with 1 Oak)

Aerial Achievement Ribbon

(with 1 Oak)

Joint Service Commendation Ribbon Air Force Commendation Ribbon

(with 1 Oak)

Air Force Achievement Ribbon
Joint Meritorious Unit Award Ribbon Air Force Meritorious Unit Award Ribbon

(with 1 Oak)

Air Force Outstanding Unit Award Ribbon

(with "V" Device & 3 Oaks)

Air Force Organizational Excellence Award Ribbon

(with 2 Oaks)

National Defense Service Ribbon

(with 1 Star)

Armed Forces Expeditionary Ribbon

(with 1 Star)

Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Ribbon Global War Terrorism Service Ribbon Armed Forces Service Ribbon
Humanitarian Service Ribbon

(with 3 Stars)

Air Force Overseas Long Service Ribbon

(with 1 Oak)

Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon

(with gold frame and 1 Bronze Oak)

Air Force Longetivity Service Ribbon

(with 3 Oak)

Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon Air Force Training Ribbon

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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