Over the years, numerous government organizations and independent lunatics across the world have experimented on intelligent apes in hopes of turning them into efficient killing machines. Some used cybernetics, some used experimental drugs, and some even attempted to cause mutations by exposing test subjects to low level radiation. The idea of simply providing an ape recruit with elite training and state-of-the-art equipment, however, didn't occur to anyone until the turn of the 21st Century, when a young U.S. military scientist proposed the idea. After extensive screening procedures, a young ape named Stan was selected to be the first test subject. Stan spent nearly a decade honing his mind and body and training alongside elite special forces units. Stan--Codename A.P.E.S.H.O.T. (Autonomous Primate Extreme Scenario Hostile Operations Trooper)--was officially deployed as a special operative of the U.S. government in 2008 and has been involved in a number of high-profile missions. Stan recently became a minor celebrity when he was awarded the Medal of Honor for his involvement in a rescue operation in Afghanistan.
|Tag Line||"If you don't give up, I'm going to have to get out the big gun. You really don't want that to happen."||WWPHITM?|
|Dumb Fact||Frequently hums the "George of the Jungle" theme song||Nathan Fillion in a monkey suit.|
--Steve 05:46, 4 July 2010 (UTC)