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Ross discovered Bruce Banner in Brazil when he worked in a soda factory because his gamma-irradiated blood was accidentally mixed in a soda and consumed. SOCC, with the addition of Emil Blonsky (on loan from the Royal Marines), was sent in to apprehend Banner in his apartment in Rocinha, but Banner escaped to the soda factory. There he transformed to the Hulk and defeated SOCC but Blonsky did not know that the Hulk and Banner were one and the same.
When Banner arrived in the US, he eventually was reunited with Betty Ross, raising her lover Leonard Samson to jealousy. He reported his rival's location to General Ross and SOCC started the Battle at Culver University, where Blonsky, now enhanced with a variation of the Super Soldier Serum, was severely injured.
After the Hulk's escape, SOCC collaborated with S.H.I.E.L.D. in order to find him by knowing that he was communicating with someone called "Mr. Blue"; so if the two texted one another, Banner's location would be revealed. Meanwhile, thanks to the serum in his blood, Blonsky healed from the battle and plotted the next attack.
Banner contacted Stern and met him at Grayburn College. There, SOCC attacked Banner, but he, at that time, could not transform and he was captured. As Kathleen Sparr was interrogating Stern, Blonsky hit her from behind and threatened Stern to get an infusion of Banner's blood. The mixture of serum and blood caused Blonsky to become Abomination, and, searching for a "real fight," he challenged SOCC, causing General Ross and Banner to become temporary allies in the Duel of Harlem.
Later, trying to get drunk, Ross was found in a bar by Tony Stark, who was being used by Jasper Sitwell and Phil Coulson to keep the Abomination out of the Avengers and in prison in Barrow, Alaska.
Ross recruited some of the best men from various military branches from both the US and abroad for his team.
SOCC possesses some of the most sophisticated, high-tech powerful weapons and gear in their arsenal, some of which came from Stark Industries, such as the Stark Sonic Cannon. SOCC commandos also carried identification badges, marking them as members of the unit.
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|General||Thaddeus Ross was a high ranking officer of the United States Armed Forces, who was put in charge of the military project which aimed to recreate the Super Soldier Serum.|
|Emil Blonsky||Captain||Emil Blonsky was a special-ops operative of the Royal Marines on loan to General Ross in his efforts to capture the Hulk. Blonsky was injected with a small dose of the modified Super Soldier Serum to gain enhanced strength, reflexes and stamina along with an accelerated healing factor. He is later injected with Bruce Banner's blood, causing him to transform into the Hulk-sized Abomination.|
|Kathleen Sparr||Major||Kathleen Sparr was a Major in the United States Army and an aide to General Thaddeus Ross. She aided him in the pursuit of Bruce Banner following the latter's transformation into the Hulk. She was killed by Emil Blonsky.|
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|Glenn Talbot||Major||Glenn Talbot was an officer in the United States Army who was brought in to aid in the hunt for the Hulk in New York City. He was relentless in his efforts, often showing disregard for potential civilian casualties. He was targeted by his own comrades after capturing Betty Ross to lure out the Hulk, and fought back in Hulkbuster armor. Talbot fought the Hulk and attempted to kill him by detonating his suit, which would have destroyed the entire city. Hulk threw Talbot high into the air where the suit exploded, killing him.|
- In the comics, the Hulkbusters is a special team of the United States Army gathered by General Thaddeus Ross to capture Hulk.
- In the non-canon The Incredible Hulk video game, Glenn Talbot is part of the Hulkbusters, the equivalent to the Strategic Operations Command Center.