A newly-recruited American GHQ colonel. He is a former sportsman, and he is known to have a very upbeat personality.
Dan Eagleman is a new American GHQ colonel, who has recently joined the GHQ officials. Eagleman is a former sportsman, and football couch. His "coach-like" attitude is still evident when he addresses his subordinates. Eagleman is also a very upbeat and optimistic man, and doesn't like being addressed formally. This is demonstrated when he urges Rowan to call him "Dan" rather than "Colonel Eagleman". Eagleman also tends to use the word "gutsy" a lot in his speech.
Dan Eagleman's character design was made by Redjuice Graphics.
Dan Eagleman has short blonde hair and blue eyes. He has a rather robust physique, and is seen wearing a navy-blue sweater with his name sewed on and a number of badges.
After being notified by a "good citizen", the GHQ gained information that a Japanese hostile to the GHQ will be holding a party at sea. This made the GHQ suspect that there would be a deal made amongst the Japanese during that party since it will be held outside of quarantined waters.
Segai, Daryl, and Rowan were assigned to be Dan Eagleman's subordinates. Eagleman commanded them to use the dragoon missiles to attack the ship. Rowan told Dan that the dragoons were made to fly upward, since they were surface-to-air dragoons. However, Dan stated that if something can fly upwards, then it can fly horizontally. Daryl used hisEndlave to prepare the missiles for a horizontal attack.
Dan ordered the attack to commence, starting with one missile. However, Arisa's Void managed to destroy the missile before it hit the ship. Rowan tells Dan that the missile has disappeared which leads Dan to command them to release all the missiles, which are all destroyed by the Void. The mission was a failure at the end since the missiles ran out, and the ship was not destroyed.
Throughout the entire mission, Segai was asleep since he didn't take Eagleman seriously, and Daryl was very agitated with Eagleman's far-fetched orders. Rowan was the only subordinate who was patient with Eagleman.