|Appears in||Medal of Honor: European Assault|
|Affiliations||No. 2 Commando|
2nd Special Service Brigade
|Weapon||Thompson submachine gun|
Early life Edit
Reilly is a British soldier who enlisted in the British Army sometime prior to 1942, before joining the No. 2 Commando, one of a dozen battalion-sized units within the Special Service Brigade. Like most commandos, he likely trained with his unit at Achnacarry in the Scottish Highlands.
In the early morning hours of 28 March 1942, Reilly was among a section of commandos aboard the HMS Campbeltown, a destroyer converted into an explosive-laden battering ram with an objective of destroying the dry dock. Following the vessel's collision with the dry dock, Reilly fought to secure the area while Lieutenant William Holt made contact with Captain Beck and used his radio to call in an artillery barrage. With the area surrounding the HMS Campbeltown secure, his subsequent status following this action are unknown, as Holt advances forward to destroy a nearby power plant.