Appears in Medal of Honor: European Assault
Rank Sergeant
Affiliations 101st Airborne Division, US Army
Nationality American
Status Determinant
Sex Male
Weapon Browning Automatic Rifle

Sergeant Olsen is a character featured in Medal of Honor: European Assault. He is a member of the American 101st Airborne Division and participates in the Battle of the Bulge.

Biography Edit

Early life Edit

Olsen enlisted in the US Army sometime prior to 1944 and was placed with the 101st Airborne Division, eventually being posted to defend the Belgian town of Bastogne.

Battle of the Bulge Edit

On 16 December 1944, Olsen was among a unit led by Sergeant Hall and Lieutenant William Holt, an American agent with the Office of Strategic Services, as they assault the villages of Krinkelt and Rocherath. They must fight off a counter-attack once the town is secure.

He next joins in on a December 1944 raid to rescue captured French resistance leader Manon Batiste, securing the farmhouse while she is freed.

Later, in January 1945, Olsen participates in the assault on the secret German weapons facility commanded by Graf von Schrader. Olsen joins his fellow soldiers in laying down a base of fire while Holt infiltrates the facility and kills von Schrader. Holt then drops the bomb back into the bunker, destroying the complex and killing dozens of German soldiers.

Olsen may be killed during his appearance. His status following the battle, should he survive, is unknown.