FANDOM


For the weapon in the original movie series, see Alpha-Omega Bomb.

Alpha-Omega was the name of two organizations in the Chernin Entertainment franchise.

HistoryEdit

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: FirestormEdit

Alpha-Omega was a San Francisco-based domestic terrorist group which arose during the later stages of the Monkeygate scandal and the start of the Simian Flu Pandemic. The organization believed that the Flu was a "blessing" which they should assist in "cleansing" the world of those they deemed impure. The group first rose to prominence by torching a quarantine area in Alameda Point, resulting in the deaths of 500 people and the injuring of hundreds more. One of the perpetrators was apprehended by Dreyfus, who interrogated him and discovered that Alpha/Omega members believed that their survival was due to being immune to the virus, though this was proven wrong when Dreyfus' prisoner was revealed to be infected himself.

War for the Planet of the Apes: RevelationsEdit

Ten years later, U.S. Army Colonel McCullough and his son John are patrolling the ruins of San Francisco and come across a wall with graffiti, bearing the Greek letters Alpha and Omega. Colonel McCullough tells John about a group that burned down quarantine zones. While not mentioned by name, the group is heavily implied to be Alpha-Omega.

War for the Planet of the ApesEdit

WPOTA The Colonel's forces 3

Alpha-Omega Army

After Colonel McCullough and his soldiers became deserters of what is left of the U.S. Army his men incorporated the Alpha-Omega symbol onto their uniforms. They continued to launch attacks on the San Francisco Ape Colony and many Alpha-Omega soldiers were killed in the Battle of the Muir Woods Park and the assault on Caesar's main base. Most of the remaining soldiers were wiped out during the battle at their headquarters by the apes during their escape and the U.S. Army when they arrived.

Known MembersEdit

  • Colonel J. Wesley McCullough - Suicide after becoming infected with the mutated Simian Flu
  • Preacher - Killed by Red as he tried to kill Caesar
  • Sergeant Mendez - Killed in the Final Battle
  • Weber - Platoon sergeant - Killed in the Final Battle
  • Eder - Platoon sergeant - Killed in the Final Battle
  • Forest - Platoon sergeant - Sent back to Lewis McCord after leg amputation
  • Jefferson - Killed during the initial outbreak.
  • Captain Rod Wilson - Preacher's commanding officer who was killed in the Battle of the Muir Woods Park
  • Ward - Killed in Battle of the Muir Woods Park
  • Chambers - Killed in Battle of the Muir Woods Park
  • Chavez - Killed in Battle of the Muir Woods Park
  • Robbins - Killed in Battle of the Muir Woods Park
  • Shimoda - Killed in Battle of the Muir Woods Park
  • Unnamed Alpha-Omega soldier - Killed in Assault on Ape Fort by Rocket
  • Travis - Killed in the Final Battle
  • Lang - Killed in Assault on Ape Fort by Blue Eyes
  • Boyle - Killed in escape from base by Maurice

ReferencesEdit


Planet of the Apes - Chernin Entertainment Series
Planet of the Apes (CE) Movies
Rise of the Planet of the Apes | Dawn of the Planet of the Apes | War for the Planet of the Apes
Main Evolved Ape Characters
Caesar | Bright Eyes | Koba | Maurice | Rocket | Buck | Cornelia | Blue Eyes | Luca | Ash | Cornelius | Winter | Lake | Bad Ape | Red
Supporting Ape Characters
Alpha | Burke | Verdon | Tinker | Grey | Stone | Andy | Wolfie | Jeanpierre | Lucky | Koba's Mother | Sparrow | Pope | Fifer | Cora | Rex | Bon | Dallas | Milo (Firestorm) | Herman | Spear | Ajax | Oak | Fox | Aghoo | Ursus | Percy | Beardface | Armando
Main Human Characters
Will Rodman | Charles Rodman | Caroline Aranha | Robert Franklin | Steven Jacobs | Dodge Landon | John Landon | Douglas Hunsiker | Malcolm | Ellie | Alexander | Dreyfus | Carver | Foster | Colonel McCullough | Nova
Supporting Human Characters
Rodney | John Hamil | Rita | Sarah | Maddy | John | Edward | Roger Mason | Werner | Kemp | Clancy Stoppard | Corbin | Daniel Nygun | David Flynn | Finney | Kuo | Malakai Youmans | Max (Firestorm) | McVeigh | Terry | Roger | Rod Wilson | Preacher | Boyle | Lang | Travis | Tee
Families
Rodman Family | Caesar's Family | Malcolm's Family | Rocket's Family | Dreyfus' Family
Animals
Horse | Elk | Grizzly Bear
Items / Weapons
Simian Flu
Important Events / Battles
Ape Rebellion | Human-Ape War | Simian Flu Pandemic | Battle on the Golden Gate Bridge | Battle in San Francisco | Battle of the Muir Woods Park
Organizations / Colonies / Companies
Caesar's Ape Colony | Caesar's Council of Apes | Caesar's Ape Army | Gen-Sys Board | San Francisco's Human Colony | Dreyfus' Human Army | Malcolm's Group | Alpha-Omega | Donkeys
Locations
West African Jungle | San Francisco | San Francisco Zoo | Gen-Sys Laboratories | Rodman House | San Bruno Primate Shelter | Golden Gate Bridge | Muir Woods Park | Ape Mountain | Ape Gate | Ape Village | Caesar's Home | Warehouse
Comics
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (webcomic) | Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Contagion | Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (BOOM! Studios) | Before the Dawn | War for the Planet of the Apes (BOOM! Studios)
Novels
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Firestorm | Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - Official Movie Novelization | War for the Planet of the Apes: Revelations | War for the Planet of the Apes - Official Movie Novelization | Planet of the Apes: Caesar’s Story
Other Books
Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: The Art of the Films
Soundtracks
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (Soundtrack Album) | Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (Soundtrack Album)
Video Games
Plague Inc: Simian Flu | Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier | Crisis on the Planet of the Apes