"We're not going in blind."

Monika Weiss

DOB: 08/01/1979
POB: Leipzig, Germany
Position: Attacker

Height: 1.75M
Weight: 70KG
Gender: F

Unique Gadget

Gadget only available to this operator.

Red MK III "Spectre" (Electronics Detector)
Gadget - Red MK III "Spectre" (Electronics Detector)

The Red MK III “Spectre” is a wrist mounted electronics detection device. IQ uses the Spectre to identify any enemy devices that give off an electromagnetic signal such as…



Unique Skins

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Fellow operators from GSG 9.

Intro / description paragraph…


A brilliant overachiever and a fast learner, Monika Weiss is a natural at almost everything she tries. With an Ivy League education in electrical engineering and service in GSG9’s technical testing and airborne units, she uses a device which detects electronic traps and gadgets at a distance.

Tactical Profile


Weiss developed a knack for electrical engineering early in life. At sixteen she completed her first internship with a local tech company. She would continuer her education at MIT and CalTech in the United States. After university, she traveled for a year before dedicating her life to a new challenge, the Bundespolizei (BPOL). Weiss thrived in her new environment and after two years with the BPOL she was recruited by the GSG 9.

Psychological Profile

A brilliant overachiever and a fast learner. Weiss has been successful at nearly everything she tries. This facility, however, has conditioned her to refuse failure as an acceptable outcome. This can manifest as borderline obsessive behavior when tackling obstacles that are perceived to be difficult or exceptionally challenging.


  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
  • CalTech: PhD Electrical Engineering
  • Bundespolizei
  • GSG 9

Relevant Experience

  • Iraq: GSG 9 protection detail
  • GSG 9’s technical unit
  • GSG 9’s Airborne Group
  • SWAT training with both Bundespolizei and GSG 9.





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