is probably similar to DEVGRU (aka the guys who killed Bin Laden.) This means, that they are most probably hand picked agents, best of the best, proven in combat, speak several languages, good at blending in, even better at negotiations, and extremely mentally tough (it is said that when people are testing for DEVGRU, it s not their body but their minds tested.)
And all these people are lead by one guy: Brock Rumlow.
Most army higher ups are extremely smart and I doubt Rumlow is an exception. They are well versed in a lot of subjects, tactics being probably the main one. During WWII, a lot of military tactics were used for the first time. And boy, you bet your ass that Steve Rogers and his Commandos pioneered a shit ton of small unit, close combat and assault tactics in his time. And Brock Rumlow has studied them all. And knows exactly who the mythic Winter Soldier is. And now that Steve Rogers knows who The Winter Soldier is, Brock Rumlow knows whats coming for him and what he will have to answer for.
The fite team, living proof that shorter people are closer to hell.
Team up to get things off of high shelves.
Would probably kill you for Takashi Shirogane. Would probably kill lots of people for Takashi Shirogane.
Keith is interested in tech, if not naturally talented with it. He sits next to Pidge and watches the work, and helps a little bit. Handing wrenches and that sort of thing.
Twin obsessive personalities. Keith finds a wall and makes a big galactic map that they put sticky notes on. Pins tied together with string. Military strategy interpreted old school cop style.
Helps Pidge with the search for the Holt family in the same way. There are file folders. Allura despairs of why Keith is constantly printing things out to stick them to walls. Pidge has no idea why he insists on doing things this way, but appreciates the help.
They judge Lance together.
Keith teaches Pidge more about really close quarters combat.
Pidge is a a bit of a picky eater and Keith is too by nature, even if he’s learned to be flexible. They trade foods at the dinner table if one person likes something and the other person doesn’t.
Portrait of a Soviet soldier with Degtyaryov machine gun in one of the thousands of destroyed houses during the Battle of Stalingrad. Stalingrad (Volgograd), Volgograd Oblast, Russia, Soviet Union. 10 December 1942.