|For other uses, see Lorraine (disambiguation)|
- "You saved nearly four hundred men."
- ―Lorraine to Steve Rogers
Thanking Steve Rogers
During World War II, Lorraine served in the US Army and the Strategic Scientific Reserve as the secretary of Colonel Chester Phillips. In 1944, she was in London on a meeting of the senior staff of the SSR.
Lorraine was reading a newspaper which headlined Rogers' Liberation of Allied Prisoners of War when he came to speak to Phillips. She tried to seduce Steve Rogers by kissing him, claiming to be thanking him for his bravery from all the women in the country, but failed due to Peggy Carter's interference.