In 1998, a crack team of public affairs specialists was sent to Norman, Oklahoma, for knowledge they didn't possess. This team promptly escaped from the military mindset to the University underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune -- communications majors. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, or understand your problem, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire: THE A-TEAM.

B.A. Baracus aka Michael Farris - Nicknamed B.A. for his "Bad Attitude." Sergeant Barracus has a tendency to spew forth his opinion whether it's solicited or not. "You listening to me, fool!" Bosco is an expert wordsmith who eats pencils for lunch, wears chain-link underwear, and gave up his mohawk in '87. "I pity the fool who doesn't concur with my metatheoretical assumptions."

Hannibal Smith aka Liz McConnell - "Hannibal" served during Operation Desert Storm. She is a former helicopter pilot and able triathlete. Hannibal is nicknamed after the famous General who utilized unconventional tactics, just like Col. Smith. When not with the A-Team, Hannibal likes to play with her dog, garden and refinish antiques. Her current "assignment" is with the Navy Office of Information in Dallas.

Templeton "FACE" Peck aka Ken Mattingly - Peck is the calm one of this group, but has seen plenty of action with erupting volcanoes and time in the Somalia sand. When not with The A-Team he enjoys applying public affairs skills for the Army and Air Force Exchange Service in the Pacific Rim.

"Howling Mad Murdock" aka Richard Puckett - "Murdock" was the A-Team's crack webmeister and considered the best computer nerd in class 98-B. Before joining the A-Team, "Murdock" was part of an elite group of soldiers called photojournalists, now in danger of being outsourced. During the class, Murdock broke down and went insane. He entered Physical Sciences Building and is currently in counseling with Ryan Burns, Communications web guru. He should be able to rejoin the non-cyber world soon.