Powers: Regenerative healing factor
Bio: The former general and hero of the War of 1812 was the first president resurrected by the Executive Branch. The Founders injected him with the superhuman serum and Jackson was bestowed with a powerful healing factor that can help him recover from almost any wound.
Bio: The first agent of the Executive Branch, Lincoln chose not to take the superhuman formula. Instead the Great Emancipator works as an agent using nothing but his wits and god given talent... and an axe. A really big axe.
William Henry Harrison
Powers: Intangible, ability to become invisible, and possession of any living person or animal.
Bio: Harrison's claim to fame is the United States' shortest serving president, dying after only two months in office. The Executive Branch attempted to resurrect Harrison in 1872. A botched procedure led to Harrison's soul coming back to the physical realm, but not his body. He haunts the halls of the Executive Branch's office when not taking part in missions for the group.
Powers: Shapeshifter capable of taking on any human form.
Bio: Madison was brought back to life in 1896, just in time to be used as an intelligence operative during the Spanish-American War. Madison infiltrated the Spanish and Cuban forces in Cuba, assassinating several key military figures, and paving the way for a successful campaign by future president Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders. Madison spent the majority of the 20th century in and out of undercover operations, his sense of identity and sanity drifting as he became the person he shifted into.
Ulysses S. Grant
Powers: Super strength, rock-hard skin.
Bio: "Unconditional Surrender" Grant, the man who won the Civil War and rode the glory to the presidency. Resurrected to help fight during the Great War, Grant works as a field agent as well as executive military adviser for the Executive Branch.
Bio: Roosevelt, like Lincoln, opted not to have any powers. Instead, the Bull Moose uses an elephant gun and a rather large club in his work for the Executive Branch.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Powers: Technopath. Armor is capable of flying at supersonic speeds, and provides FDR with super strength.
Bio: FDR's shot gave him the ability to communicate with any machine in the general area. Roosevelt works as the Chief of Staff for the Executive Branch, acting as the gatekeeper between the agents and staff and the ruling council of the Founders. Still paralyzed by polio, Roosevelt has high-tech mech armor he can use when the time comes.
Powers: Atomic powers grant Truman super strength, speed, and durability in addition to flight and atomic blasts.
Bio: Harry Truman was brought back to life in the early 80's and given the serum. The superpower that emerged from him was the power of the atom. Atomic energy courses through Truman's body and grants him a bevy of superman powers and skills.
John F. Kennedy
Powers: JFK has the powers of persuasion. He can talk and persuade any one to do anything..
Bio: Brought back to life shortly after his assassination, Kennedy's shot gave him the power of mind control. He uses these powers as an infiltrator and assassin.
Powers: Shapeshifter and powerful wizard.
Bio: The disgraced former president was brought back to life by the Executive Branch for the express purpose of him redeeming himself. Nixon, objecting to being injected with the superhuman formula, instead opted to pursue magic. In the years since, Nixon has become an adept mage and competent field agent.
Powers: Reagan can absorb a person's life force, powers, and memories with skin to skin contact.
Bio: The most recent agent brought back to life, the Gipper's powers mean he can literally suck an enemy dry with just his hands.
Founding Father with electrical powers
William Tecumseh Sherman
Former Union general with pyrokinetic powers
Martin Luther King Jr.
Civil rights champion and clairvoyant.
Lewis & Clark
Military/explorer duo who share a collective consciousness.
Runaway slave turned abolitionist and helped guide runaway slaves to freedom. Able to cover great distances in several minutes using her access to the interdimensional railroad.
Robert E. Lee
Former Confederate general and probationary agent with no powers.
Native American guide to Lewis and Clark, now acts as a shaman for the Executive Branch
Wilbur & Orville Wright
Inventors and expert pilots