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Peter Graver (service no. 287506) is a United States Navy sailor who is assigned to the SEAL Teams. Working with SEAL Team 7 then SEAL Team 6, Peter has marked himself as one of the top special warfare operators to emerge from the group in the recent years. Enlisting at 18 years of age, Peter underwent the harsh indoctrination of becoming a United States Navy SEAL. Soon after passing training, he became an expert in marksmanship and assigned to SEAL Team 7. During his career as a member of SEAL Team 7, Peter would see action in the Middle East before being given an option to tryout for SEAL Team 6.
After becoming apart of DEVGRU, Peter joined the Gold Squadron where he would assist in being a designated rifleman of a special reconnaissance and hostage rescue team. Becoming apart of the Reaper Hunter Team, Peter became known as 'Wizard' for his craftiness in operating within tight spaces as a DEVGRU operator. In 2016, Peter assisted in the defense of the United States and later launched with the United States to help Europe during the Russian Invasion of Europe.
Early Life Edit
Born to William and Lily Graver on September 19th 1981, Peter would grow up in a strict religious household. Rebelling against his parents and their teachings, Peter laid the groundwork for loyalty and respect. Spending his time in school, Peter found himself getting bullied. He learned to fight and began to push back the ones who picked on him.
With his parents controlling his life, Peter was tired of being told what to do and decided to enlist into the US Navy where he would become a US Navy SEAL. Knowing that he was good at following rules and being one to never quit, he made the first decision of his life and moved on. After graduating from high school, Peter shipped off hoping to become a US Navy SEAL.
Training and Assignment Edit
BUD/S and Parachute Jump Training Edit
At 18 years old, Peter was first shipped off to Naval Special Warfare Preparatory School in Great Lakes, Illinois. Once learning what he had to do to become a US Navy SEAL, Peter put everything into the upcoming test he'd have. After eight weeks in Illinois, Peter was sent to Coronado, California to undergo BUD/S training.
Early in the training, Peter learned that he wasn't going to make it through alone and teamed up with a California surfer to work together on getting through BUD/S. Working together, Peter often found himself competing with his partner to get past the next phase. Once passing second phase, Peter excelled in land warfare where he helped his team pass through the challenges and pass BUD/S.
After passing BUD/S, Peter then moved to Parachute Jump School in San Diego California. In the short three weeks, Peter learned to do static jumps and free fall jumps. After passing Parachute Jump School, Peter had overcame the biggest fear of his and was prepared to become a SEAL. Despite his age, he gained respect among the others due to never quitting.
SEAL Qualification Training Edit
During SEAL Qualification Training, Peter would go through many exercises where he would struggle and flourish in. Peter became an expert with weapons training, room clearing and small unit tactics while struggling with unarmed combat, close quarters combat and medical skills. Refusing to give up, Peter would get help from his fellow SEALs to get better.
During SERE training, Peter was picked on by the instructors for being a young kid but he continued to stay strong and never break when being interrogated. Once passing SEAL Qualification Training, Peter became well respected among the instructors for being an extremely tough and refusing to break. With the 26 weeks of training complete, Peter could feel himself become a US Navy SEAL.
SEAL Troop Training Edit
Peter attended SEAL Sniper School where he emerged as one of the stronger candidates among the school. Finding his calling in sharpshooting, Peter honed his craft of becoming a dangerous sharpshooter. Spending more time at the range than any other candidate, Peter wanted to become the best and he wasn't going to settle for anything else.
After graduating from SEAL Sniper School, Peter went on to Unit Level Training where he was paired with a SEAL platoon. Working on small unit tactics, land warfare, close quarters combat, urban warfare, hostile maritime interdiction, combat swimming, long range target interdiction, rotary and fixed wing air operations and special reconnaissance. Once passing the training, Peter was prepared for combat.
During Task Group Level Training, Peter underwent testing where he would learn who his platoon is and where they would go. Passing Certification Exercise, Peter would officially be assigned to a SEAL Team and be deployed across the world to fight the enemies that pose a threat towards the United States of America. After passing, Peter was assigned to a team with his platoon.
Assigned to SEAL Team 7 as the designated sharpshooter, Peter would operate in close settings to take out enemies that were threatening his team. The platoon he was apart of was called Charlie Platoon but would use the nickname and insignia of a Reaper. As a Petty Officer Second Class and 20 years old, things would change fast when 9/11 happened. Soon, Peter would be deployed to Afghanistan.
Combat Deployments Edit
Afghanistan (2001-2002) Edit
With two years ready to be a killer and 2,996 innocent Americans killed, Peter wanted to get revenge for the Americans lost in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Deployed into the Kandahar province, Peter and his platoon were able to push terrorist forces out of the villages and establish communication with the locals to figure out where more terrorists were.
Hunting the enemies across Afghanistan, Peter and his platoon operated with Special Forces Group and other SEAL teams in order to stop the buildup of insurgency in the region. Pushing out the enemy, taking back strongholds and securing the land, Charlie Platoon was successful in Eastern Afghanistan with pushing back waves of insurgents.
During Operation Anaconda, Peter and Charlie Platoon were deployed to assist in helping take down Shahi-Kot. Full of enemies and targets, Peter was excited to get a chance to bring a devastating blow to the enemy that had been harassing his friends and fellow SEALs for the past year. During the battle, Peter was able to help many SOF units advance up the hill with overwatch and valuable information where the enemy was.
After Operation Anaconda, Peter returned to the Kandahar province with Charlie Platoon where they would continue to weed out enemies that were a threat towards the villagers. Continuing to knock back terrorists, Peter and Charlie Platoon were successful with helping freeing Kandahar Province of terrorist regime. Peter finished the deployment with a success, coming home with everyone and killing terrorists.
Iraq (2003-2004) Edit
After having conventional forces roll into Baghdad and the first group of SOF rotating out, Peter and Charlie Platoon deployed into Iraq in late October. There, they were able to reinforce the US military forces and clear out the areas around them. With a bounty on his head, Peter became a target for the Iraq terrorists and it only encouraged him to work harder.
After the capture of Saddam Hussein in December, forces continued to push against the US and their allies. Not willing to give up, Peter continued to push on with helping Marines and Army clear houses and providing overwatch. Peter became a person to look up to among the soldiers since he had them protected. Peter took pride in the fact that he was protecting his brothers and sisters while they were doing their job.
With an increase in IED and insurgency, Peter found more than enough work for him. Taking out many enemies, Peter continued to protect his friends that were on the ground. Switching up his work, Peter would often breach rooms with his platoon to show that he was willing to get dirty and go into dangerous situations with his friends. After completing his deployment in Iraq, Peter would prepare for his next.
Afghanistan (2005) Edit
Peter returned to Afghanistan and deployed to the Kunar Province where he would assist his team on taking down targets in the Korengal Valley. There, they would continue to push back the insurgency so conventional forces could establish a better foothold in the valley. But, before they could advance further, every SEAL was called back and sent to find Marcus Luttrell.
Searching to SEAL Team 10 and Luttrell, Peter would come into little contact before reaching the village and providing overwatch on the locals and the VIP inside. Soon after the safe extraction of Luttrell, Peter and Charlie Platoon returned to their sector with a new hatred towards the enemy. Losing SEAL brothers, Charlie Platoon upped their actions and started damaging more the enemies that they saw.
With a new hatred towards the insurgents, Charlie Platoon started doing many questionable things toward the locals. Peter reported instances to his SEAL Commander and the SEALs were handled properly. Due to doing the right thing, Peter was promoted to Petty Officer First Class and given a good conduct medal for his actions. He finished his deployment in Afghanistan successful and returned back to the United States.
Training and Assignment Edit
Physical Screening Test Edit
At 24 years old, Peter underwent the Physical Screening Test where he would have to pass a psychological test in front of an oral board and then pass a physical test regarding his fitness. Once passing the test, Peter went on to tryout for Operator Training Course. With 100 people at the start, there was only 40 people left when going into Operator Training Course.
The Physical Screening Test was the hardest test that Peter had to undergo. Being questioned about everything and having to give an answer everytime, Peter had grown mentally exhausted and worn out. In the physical test, Peter excelled through the fitness requirements but found himself struggling during the psychological side.
Operator Training Course Edit
During Operator Training Course, about 30 of the recruits washed out by the first month. Now as apart of Green Team, Peter wasn't going to give up and he did everything to pass Operator Training Course. Being stronger than the rest of the recruits, Peter was able to propel himself forward as the top candidate in his class. His never quit attitude shone throughout the Operator Training Course.
By the end of Operator Training Course, Peter and three other candidates were left. Knowing how serious NSWDG was, Peter wasn't going to give up then and made sure to keep up his work. Passing Operator Training Course became a benchmark moment in Peter's career because now he knows that anything is possible. Looking ahead, Peter is determine to become a NSWDG special warfare operator.
Advanced Training Edit
During Advanced Training, Peter took classes in offensive and defensive advanced driving, advanced diving, more SERE training, how to pick locks and advanced unarmed combat techniques. Becoming what is known as a Special Warfare Operator, Peter worked to become a strong and valuable asset for the United States Navy. Developing his skills, Peter became a very well rounded operator.
Following his Advanced Training, Peter learned to become a operator first then a sharpshooter. Once he learned that, Peter learned how to become someone that could engage from all angles and ranges. Using his skills as a marksman, Peter became a skilled rifleman who could engage enemies at all ranges with any weapon he'd be given.
Special Warfare Operator First Class Peter 'Wizard' Graver was assigned to the Gold Squadron Knights. Under Reaper Hunter Team, Peter would deploy across the world assisting with special reconnaissance and hostage rescue raids. Hunting enemies in the Middle East, Horn of Africa, the Philippines and Western Europe, Peter will become a decorated special warfare operator for the United States Navy.
Combat Deployments Edit
Middle East Deployments (2008) Edit
With Al-Asad running rampant and the CIA able to connect him to the Inner Circle, Peter deployed to Iraq, Afgahnistan, Yemen, Somalia, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia where they hunted down leads that were threatening the end of American lives. The intensity of the deployment set the tone for what it's like to be in DEVGRU and apart of Gold Squadron.
Starting in Iraq and Saudi Arabia, Peter deployed across the Middle East hunting down terrorists, collecting intelligence on targets and securing valuable people that have information about Al-Asad. Launching many raids against his second in commands, Peter and the Knights were able to secure the enemy that was fortified deep in Saudi Arabia and in OpFor territory.
Moving to Yemen and Somalia, the Knights were able to hunt down OpFor that occupied the streets of Somalia and Yemen. Taking out major players in the two area stopped shipments of weapons to the Horn of Africa. After knowing which boats to raid, the Knights went on maritime missions where they hunted and secured precious cargo that the CIA needed to confirm were WMDs.
Ending in Afghanistan and Pakistan, Peter and the Knights hunted the OpFor into Pakistan where they were able to destroy a training camp and engage many insurgents. Their ability to sneak across the border into Pakistan, eliminate the hostiles and leave without a trace allowed the Knights to become a premier unit at hunting the OpFor wherever they went.
Africa Deployments (2009-2010) Edit
Peter and the Gold Squadron then deployed to Western and Central Africa where they hunted the OpFor across Nigeria, Niger, Ghana, Congo and Liberia. With many African warlord backing the OpFor and paying for weapons, the United States and the CIA need to stop them from amassing power before they grow too strong and start a war in Africa.
Deploying first to Nigeria, Ghana and Liberia, the Knights were able to conduct maritime and port raids on ships that were bringing in weapons. Able to shut down the flow of supplies and disabling ships at seas with hull mines, the Knights were able to stop the flow of weapons into Western Africa. Running raids at night, the Knights had an advantage the entire time and never gave them a chance.
Moving into Niger, the Knights were able to track and call in airstrikes on weapon shipments that were moving across rural areas. Engaging local OpFor, the Knights were able to rescue children that were captured and trained to become child soldiers. Also, they were able to assist with putting down OpFor operations that were kidnapping women and selling them into slavery.
After securing most of Niger with airstrikes and night raids, the Knights moved down into Congo where they found a powerful warlord. Assessing the area and the warlord, Peter took down his first HVT from 831 meters. Once the HVT was down, an airstrike was called in on the base and the base of operations for the OpFor was successfully destroyed in Western Africa.
Western Asia Deployments (2011-2012) Edit
After the successful detonation of a nuclear device in Saudi Arabia, the Knights were able to learn of a circle called the Inner Circle. With the CIA tracking them across Eastern Europe, the Knights were sent to investigate Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan. There they would bring the fight to the Inner Circle and cease their actions.
Investigating the Inner Circle in Ukraine and Georgia, the Knights were able to secure and shut down Russian Ultranationlist shipments to the Middle East. Using maritime operations and various clandestine operatives, the Knights were successful in shutting down many of the Inner Circle plans. With their success, the Knights were able to force the Inner Circle back into Russia.
Moving into Aermnia and Azerbaijan, the Knights were able to track more weapon shipments throughout the mountains and farmlands. Hunting down couriers and runners, the Knights were able to establish a chain of who to hunt and accomplished that with multiple raids on enemy compounds and structures. The Knights were able to secure and capture many Inner Circle operatives the CIA wanted to have a word with.
Coming to Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, the Knights were able to secure and destroy weapon shipments, capture Inner Circle operatives and spoil terrorist plots that were planned in the region. The actions of the Knights helped bring more stability to the region and push back the Russian Ultranationalists that were pestering the border of Kazakhstan.
Eastern Europe Deployments (2013-2014) Edit
The CIA and other intelligence agencies have been tracking Inner Circle movement within Eastern Europe borders. With hostages and high value targets, the Knights were deployed to hunt down the Inner Circle operatives, secure the hostages and find out what the Inner Circle were doing. The Knights deployed to Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Macedonia and Albania.
Hunting in Bulgaria, Albania and Macedonia first, the Knights were able to secure the hostages and send them back to their respected countries in Western Europe, Also cracking a sex slave ring, the Knights were able to weed out Inner Circle operatives through the sex slave ring they cracked and capture many of them for the CIA to have a word with them.
Once securing the hostages, the Knights moved on to do raids throughout Bulgaria, Albania and Macedonia. Securing more Inner Circle operatives and Russian Ultranationalist agents, the Knights were successful in their work of securing Southeast Europe. Able to force back the Ultranationalists, they were allowing the corruption to cease and the government to take control again.
Moving up to Serbia and Romania, the Knights were able to hunt down networks of Inner Circle and Russian Ultranationalist agents. Capturing almost all of their targets, the Knights were able to give the CIA a large amount of prisoners to interrogate and torture to gain more information on the whereabouts of Makarov and his plans in the near future.
Southwest Asia Deployments (2015) Edit
Reports of an Inner Circle movement attempt to bomb Australia came through the CIA. With Inner Circle operatives in Southwest Asia, the Knights were deployed to assist with hunting down the enemies that were attempting to bomb Australia. Deploying to the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, the Knights were able to spoil the plans and capture the Inner Circle operatives held responsible.
Deploying into the Philippines, the Knights were able to use maritime operations to figure out where the enemy had gone and what their plans were. Able to track down ships that were moving weapons in Southwest Asia, they were able to secure the weapons and verify that WMDs were on the ships that were transporting around in Southwest Asia.
Now in Indonesia and Malaysia, the Knights were able to use the intelligence from the Philippines to track down more Inner Circle operatives that were planning to attack Australia. Using night and helicopters to their advantage, they were able to capture many of the Inner Circle operatives that were operating within Malaysia and Indonesia. With no chance to escape, many took their lives.
Moving into Thailand, the Knights were able to trace and capture the warlords that were moving Russian Ultranationalist weapons deeper into Southwest Asia where they hoped to mount a terrorist attack against the Australians. Failing in their attempt, the Knights were able to capture or execute the enemies that they came across in Thailand.
Defense of the United States (2016) Edit
When the United States was invaded by Russian Ultranationalist, the Knights were deployed from Virginia and moved into Washington D.C. where they assisted with the evacuation of many politicians and other VIPs in the area. Once securing the VIPs, the Knights pushed into the city where they came under heavy fire by Ultranationalist forces and continued to push to the White House.
After the EMP explosion, the Knights lead an assault on the White House with whatever they could and assisted in taking back the White House. Once clear, the Knights were used as executive protection for moving the President of the United States to safety. After his safety was secure, the Knights were then deployed to New York.
Assisting the 1st SFOD-D and other SOF units, the Knights were able to launch maritime operations at night where they planted mines on crucial battleships and raided other destroyers. Moving back into the city, the Knights provided support for friendlies behind enemy lines and were successful in retaking New York City. Soon after, the Knights were deployed to protect the President during his speeches for America.
Not long after being used for executive protection, the Knights would be deployed across the United States Eastern Seaboard to capture Russian Ultranationlist agents that continued to hide from the soldiers of the United States. Able to capture almost all the agents, they were able to allow the CIA to interrogate the next plan that Makarov had in store.
Western Europe Deployments (2016-2017) Edit
When the Russian Ultranationalists invaded Western Europe, the Knights were called upon to assist Western Europe with repelling the Russian Invasion. Serving as a direct action unit, the Knights would deploy to Spain, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. The Knights would launch a campaign where they would decimate the Russian Ultranationalists.
Landing in Spain, the Knights would begin their campaign of hunting down Russian Ultranationalist agents, Generals and anything else. Working tirelessly through Spain, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and Germany the Knights were able to capture, kill and eliminate numerous Ultranationalist forward operating bases that had been established.
Moving up into Denmark, Norwary, Sweden and Finland, the Knights were able to successfully hunt down more Russian Ultranationalists that prepared to launch an attack against the forces that came to support Western Europe. Pushing to the border of Russia, the Knights were plowing through everything in their way and weren't stopping anytime soon.
Entering Russia, the Knights were able to rescue many US officers who were shot down over Russia and eliminate their captors. Along with rescuing their own, the Knights also helped with rescuing other soldiers. Pushing towards Moscow and wiping out the Russian Ultranationalists, they were successful in their campaign in Russia and brought an end to World War Three.
Central America Deployments (2018-2019) Edit
Following the end of World War Three, the Knights began to focus on Central America and put an end to the Cartel. With CIA support and US backing, the Knights deployed to Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama and Costa Rica. Hunting the Cartel, the Knights began their campaign of rooting out the Cartel across Central America.
Hunting the Cartel in Mexico, Guatemala and Belize, the Knights were able to gain a foothold in Central America, learn how the Cartel worked and what to hit. Sparking a Civil War between the Cartels, the Knights were able to weed out the enemies that were a high priority and execute them. Able to take out the major players, the Knights made it easier to mop up the smaller players.
Moving further into Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua, the Knights continued their campaign of hunting down the Cartel. Refusing to fall for the bait of being backed by the CIA, many Cartel leaders were hunted down along with their companions without knowing. Having the Cartel bosses disappear and their money burned, the Knights were able to stop the flow of drugs and weapons.
Finishing their campaign in Panama and Central America, the Knights were able to cut off the flow of drugs and weapons from Cartels buried in South America. Able to see who was moving around, the United States planned their next step in shutting down the Cartels in South America. The Knights were successful in pushing back all of the progress that the Drug Cartel previously had.
South America Deployments (2020-2022) Edit
With the final plans in place to end the Drug Cartel in South America, the United States and CIA allowed the Knights to deploy to Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru and Brazil. They were able to wipe out the Drug Cartels across South America and bring an end to a very long war between the Drug Cartel and the United States Government.
Hitting the Drug Cartels in Colombia and Venezuela with maritime and night raids, the Knights were successful with taking out the water shipment of drugs and weapons. Able to move deeper into the land of the Cartels, they were able to wipe out many leaders of famous Cartels and bring them to an end as they hunted their executives and second-in-commands.
Moving further into Ecuador and Peru, the Knights were able to wipe out many enemies that attempted to try and take the place of the Cartels that they wiped out. Securing the area and ending more drug cartels, the Knights were able to push back the remaining Cartels into Brazil where the United States and CIA would begin their final hunt against the drug cartels.
The hunt in Brazil was tough but the Knights were able to succeed in their tasks of hunting down what was left of the Cartels. Bringing an end to the major cartel in Brazil, they were able cease all operations of the Cartel and end the drug war. The Knights continued on as a team to hunt down the remaining scraps of cartel operations in South America before leaving.
In 2022, Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Peter 'Wizard' Graver retired from the US Navy. Serving over 23 years in the SEAL Community, he spent fifteen of those years in DEVGRU. Becoming a powerful and veteran operator, Peter retires with over 20 deployments across the world and deploying to 51 countries, he has served in over 600 operations.
Date of Ranks Edit
- Petty Officer Second Class - 2001 to 2006
- Petty Officer First Class - 2007 to 2011 (Special Warfare Operator First Class)
- Chief Petty Officer - 2011 to 2018 (Chief Special Warfare Operator)
- Senior Chief Petty Officer - 2018 - 2022 (Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator)
Notable Awards Edit
- Presidential Unit Citation
- Silver Star - Four Total
- Bronze Star - Eleven Total
- Purple Heart - Two Total
As a SEAL Team 7 Sharpshooter, Peter used the Knight's Armament SR-25 Mk 11 Mod 0. Equipped with a silencer, night vision mount and bipod, Peter would be deadly at all days of the year. Peter also used the H&K 416 AR with a eotech holographic sight, silencer, forward grip, flashlight and laser designator. Being able to use an AR, Peter was allowed to move from long range to close fast.
As a NSWDG Special Warfare Operator, Peter continued to use the SR-25 then upgraded to the H&K 417. Equipped with a variable zoom scope, night vision mount, silencer, grip, bipod and laser designator, Peter would be able to provide close support for the operators as they would breach into rooms. He continues to use the rifle to this day.
Adding to his arsenal of weaponry, Peter acquired the H&K MP7A1. Adding a eotech holographic sight, laser on top, side rail light, a grip and a silencer. Being able to use an MP7A1, Peter is able to become a silent asset in the dark that the enemy cannot expect. The silence of the gun itself makes it impossible to hear and Peter looks for any way to gain the upper hand on the enemy.
Peter upgraded his H&K 416 to a better silencer, advanced laser, side rail light, foregrip, an eotech holographic and 3x magnifier, modified stock and railing. With the new rifle, Peter is able to switch from close to long ranger combat situations faster than before and continue on engaging. The rifle is still in used by him to this day and considered his most used.
Throughout his career, Peter uses a Beretta M9 sidearm and continues to use one. From his first years as a SEAL to now being an experienced NCO, Peter continues to use the same sidearm that he's been using. With no modifications of sort, Peter keeps his sidearm bare and stock so there are no issues with it. It's the one gun that he's carried with him throughout his entire career.
Peter is extremely dedicated and loyal to the people he serves alongside with. Early in his career, he focused on becoming loyal to his teammates to ensure they would trust one another. Being loyal to his cause, Peter would never use it to benefit himself for a gain of money. He's extremely dedicated to his craft, spending as much time as he to be the best.
Outside of the SEAL Team community, he is an extremely quiet and shy person. Timid to talk to other people, he found it hard to connect with people due to his line of work. In the SEAL Community, he is known as a very quick wit and posses a dark sense of humor. The two characters never merge together and it's hard for Peter to do so.
Peter knows when to draw the line on what is right and what is wrong. Doing so, he worked on keeping good conduct with the soldiers he worked with. After the raid of Osama bin Laden and the two operators who stepped forward, Peter collaborated with the other SEALs to kick them out of everything that affiliated them with the SEALs. He'll also do the right thing when no one else is looking.
Prideful in his work, Peter continues to enjoy everything he does. Going to formal events, deploying and protecting America. Peter doesn't regret anything he does out there and continues on with his head held high. Being happy with his work, the effect rubs off on the other members and they also enjoy the work that they do.
Developing the never quit attitude, Peter learned that he can succeed anything he puts his mind to. Going through BUD/S at 18 and only once, Peter became extremely driven and that soon turned to NSWDG training. During Operator Course Training, Peter would attempt to outwork every other person in his class and do it all over again. The determination that he posses is unlike anything else he has.
Becoming a second-in-command, Peter learned to become a respected leader and planner when it came to setting up on operations. Throughout his career, he would assist with taking down many Inner Circle personnel with out of the box ideas in combat. Able to bring a new set of ideas that worked, Peter became respected as a on the fly planner.
Personal Life Edit
When joining Gold Squadron Knights, the team noticed that Peter had no relationships and worked on getting him a girlfriend. With the entire team being his wingman, Peter met Miranda Seavers with the help of his Senior Chief and Chief in 2009. While she was attending home to meet with her family, Peter and Red Squadron just came back from their deployment from Somalia.
Turned down at first, the two didn't talk for two weeks before running into one another when Peter was heading to a formal ball in Washington D.C. Noticing that he was SEAL, Miranda connected with Peter and decided to give him a second shot after their failure in the bar. From there, Red Squadron provided recon while Peter attended dates with Miranda.
The two remained in contact when she went back to the University of Virginia to teach. He would often drive up to visit her and keep in contact with her. She confirmed that he wasn't on the Osama bin Laden raid when he spent the night at her house. Although he knew people that were on the raid, Peter said nothing about it and who was involved with the raid.
In 2013, Peter proposed to her and the two married at the UVA chapel in the spring of 2014. In 2015, they welcomed Taylor Graver into their family. Despite the hardships of deployments and being away, Peter spent as much time as he could to be with his family and then do his job. Agreeing to one child, it would be enough for them considering their jobs.
In 2016, Peter sent his wife and child to Lexington to live with his family while he defended the United States from the Russian Ultranationalist. He remained dark the entire time he was deployed and focused on securing America for his family to be safe and secure. After six months of being dark, Peter returned home to his family and escorted them back to safety.
As of 2022, they live outside of UVA where they continue to raise their daughter.