Commander Adama

Commander Adama

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Commander Adama

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Commander Adama is a fictional character in the 1978 movie and subsequent ABC television series Battlestar Galactica and its continuation series, Galactica 1980. Adama is the commander of the great military vessel Battlestar Galactica, commander of the refugee fleet and military commander of the evacuees of the Twelve Colonies. Played by Lorne Greene, Adama is also the spiritual leader of the surviving colonists. In the 2004 re-imagined series, a similar character, William Adama, is portrayed by Edward James Olmos.

Battlestar Galactica

Adama is the commander of the great military vessel battlestar Galactica, commander of the refugee fleet, and military commander of the evacuees of the Twelve Colonies. He is also the spiritual leader of the surviving Colonists, leading the quest for Earth. As such, Adama is central to the story arc of the series, and in some ways the saga revolves around him.

He has a daughter Athena and son Apollo who feature in the series. His wife, Ila, and his younger son, Zac, were both killed in the Cylon attack on the Twelve Colonies.

Adama is a native of the planet Caprica, which is where he graduated from military academy. Early in his career Adama was involved in a parapsychological research project at the Colonial Military Institute. He flew with his executive officer Colonel Tigh in their younger days, and later served with Commander Kronus aboard the battlestar Rycon.

As well as being a career military officer, Commander Adama is also a member of...
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