Wu Han meets Garik on the food court at the base of Corona Tower. 

Wu admires Garik's Street Strider and forms a bond with the young Garik over the classic style of the bike.

Wu was born in Hawaii but raised in South Korea. He has three sisters and a much younger brother. He also rides a motorcycle and hopes to be a pilot someday. He will do anything for his family, even if it means they come before his oath to the Air Force.

Wu often ends a conversation with annyeong, which means good-bye in Korean.

The last time Wu remembers seeing a Street Strider like Garik's was before he left South Korea.

We first meet Airman Wu Han in Book 1 of The Human-Hybrid Project, Shattered by Glass.

The Colonel, as William Brace is often called, is a solid, white-haired soldier with a firm step and a straight back. Brace spent his early career at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina before moving to Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier Parish, Louisiana.

Brace has a fondness for Southern culture, and although he will deny it, he imagines himself a genteel Southern gentleman. His wife, Cora Brace, is soft-spoken, but she knows how to manipulate a man. Brace doesn’t understand life outside the military, and he has no patience for anything or anyone outside the chain of his authority.

We first meet Colonel Brace in Book 1 of The Human-Hybrid Project, Shattered by Glass.

Lt. Col. Marjorie Fair is a red-headed and freckled timebomb. She isn’t focused on the research program. Rather, she’s involved because her daughter disappeared into the glass Tower and never reappeared.

Fair is convinced her daughter is living out her final days in the basement levels of the building as an altered experiment. Fair checks into the luxury hotel portion of the Tower often to infiltrate the locked rooms even she can’t seem to gain access to. Fair is a mother growing increasingly desperate to resolve a situation that’s swallowing her emotionally, mentally, and physically.

We first meet Marjorie Fair in Book 2 of The Human-Hybrid Project, Inside the Darkness.

Major Alfred Lipstitch has a grand plan.

He sees the possibilities in the research program. Military possibilities, and he’ll do whatever it takes to keep the funds flowing. His secret desire is to be admitted into the program to achieve superpowers. He thinks if he can become a different person, he will rise in power and become a political powerhouse.

Lipstitch is a closet megalomaniac who hides his drive to succeed at any cost behind military jargon and catchphrases.

Lipstitch drives an old Porsche with a stick shift, keeps his dark hair tightly groomed, and is self-conscious about the mole on his neck. He thinks of having it removed and worries it when he thinks no one is looking.

We first meet Lipstitch in Book 2 of The Human-Hybrid Project, Inside the Darkness.

Second Lt. Ron Wilder is a tightly built fitness expert with thinning hair and delicate features whose real mission is to infiltrate the Tower and report back to the Israeli government. His arms look like they could bust bricks.

He is Mossad. He bandies about a degree from Harvard, a family on Long Island, and several adored nieces and nephews. He even carries photographs of them.

All of it is fictional.

We first meet Ron Wilder in Book 2 of The Human-Hybrid Project, Inside the Darkness.