Senator Stern

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Stern is a politician and HYDRA member who served as a United States Senator from Pennsylvania. He was the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee.

Following the revelation of HYDRA agents within S.H.I.E.L.D., Stern's allegiance was revealed. He was then arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

History[edit | edit source]

Dealings with Justin Hammer[edit | edit source]

Justin Hammer plays golf with Senator Stern

Stern was a known associate of Justin Hammer. After Tony Stark publicly revealed himself as Iron Man and his obstinance during the battle in Gulmira, Stern suggested that the United States military replace him with the Aerodynamic Marvel from Hammer Industries. After the duel of Monaco, Hammer attempted to get Stern involved in the design of the Hammer drones, although Ivan Vanko refused their help.[1]

Tenure[edit | edit source]

Senate Armed Services Committee hearing[edit | edit source]

Stern speaks at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing

Stern was the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. In the first Weaponized Suit Defense Program hearing, Stern asked Stark to turn over the Iron Man armor. Stern called James Rhodes to testify, cutting off parts of his assessment of Stark to present his own narrative. Stark presented evidence that other countries were years away from replicating the Iron Man armor, including efforts from Hammer Industries; Stern then cursed at him.

Awards ceremony[edit | edit source]

Stern was asked by S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury to present Stark and Rhodes with a medal after the battle at Stark Expo.

Arrest[edit | edit source]

Stern is arrested

Following the release of S.H.I.E.L.D. files, Stern was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Justin Hammer, "Iron Man 2", Marvel Studios. "Hey, Ivan. I got Senator Stern here. Thought we'd swing over and look at some of the drone designs."