|Affiliation:||Coral Snake unit|
|First mentioned:||"Day 2: 5:00pm-6:00pm"|
|Last mentioned:||"Day 2: 12:00am-1:00am"|
Before Day 2 Edit
Colonel Samuels tried to recruit Jack Bauer into Coral Snake because, according to one of his officers Jonathan Wallace, Samuels realized Jack was a natural killer. Bauer turned Samuels down, greatly disappointing the Colonel.
Day 2 Edit
Samuels had his Coral Snake paramilitary troops secretly observe the movements of the terrorists, and had no intention of ever letting the bomb detonate.
He was given the flight path of Jack Bauer's plane (by Stanton, who was using OPCOM), and the plane was shot down by the Coral Snake troops. They executed one survivor, FBI Agent Rick Phillips, and tried to assassinate Jack and prisoner Nina Myers. However, an armed CTU chopper arrived and swept the area, killing those that Jack could not take down, and the bodies were identified by their Coral Snake tattoos.
When Samuels sent his seven remaining troops in to stop the bomb, six were killed by their commander, Jonathan Wallace, who had been paid to do so by Peter Kingsley. Kingsley was using Stanton and Coral Snake to execute his own agenda, in which the bomb was supposed to detonate, and Samuels's failure to control Wallace nearly caused the deaths of millions.