The WDA has evolved through a spirited heritage - spanning millennia, tracing their lineage back before most known records. Athens to Zimbabwe, the WDA is an elite unit made up of military men and women from around the globe, which gave their lives for their country. Yet even after death, refuse to surrender. Refuse to give up. And take on any challenge set before them.
The Walking Dead Army (WDA) was enacted in August 2002.
Before the Walking Dead Army (WDA) was created, the dead had no responsibility, no purpose, no reason for being, until Congress first established the Living Dead Act of 1999. Two years later, Congress replaced that law with the Living Dead Act of 2001, which for the first time made the development of military personnel of the dead possible. The act assigned the Living Dead (LD) the functions of both encouraging and implementing the use of non-living and un-dead in its arsenal.
By late 2001, an increasing number of critics charged that the LD's presence among the living were immoral and impious. The LD had come under such strong attack that Congress nearly decided to abolish the agency. Supporters and critics, however, agreed that the duties of the LD should be assigned to special ops. Arguing that they [LD] would be able to accomplish missions that others cannot or will not do.
Congress, bringing the issue to the UN council, the act was then adopted by the UN.
The UN council amending the act in August the preceding year, to not allow the living in any way be affiliated with the LD, and that their operations and mission remain classified and non public related. This act was called "The Walking Dead Army" (WDA) act of 2002.
E-mail (required, but will not display)
Notify me of follow-up comments