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In the film it is claimed that this is precisely because of his lack of cybernetic enhancements that he was chosen for Kusanagi's team.
In the manga, it is unclear as to what extent he has undergone cybernization, although in both anime films and television series he only has cybernetic memory upgrades and other small communication brain implants like all other members.
Togusa is also the only member of Section 9 to not have military experience, having only served as a civilian police officer in the past.
To Section 9, Togusa is a reminder to them all of true humanity, because he is a normal person compared to the rest of Section 9. He has a family, and strong moral beliefs that visibly get in his way.
He primarily does work with Batou, but also investigates on his own at times. Togusa often plays the role of the idealist in Ghost in the Shell , and could easily be said to be the least likely to win in an even fight against anyone else in Section 9.
In Solid State Society , he is squad leader of the now expanded Section 9, after Kusanagi's departure and Batou's refusal of the position.
It is also stated in Solid State Society that Togusa had finally undergone cyberization, the extent of which, however, is unknown.
According to character designer Hajime Shimomura, he did the designs of Togusa based on him being the gentle lion.
He has a low prosthetic percentage; his character dialogue and his long recovery time from an injury suggests that he is one of the least augmented members of Section 9.
His appearance is characterized by a large beard and perpetually unkempt hair, and he is the oldest of Section 9's field operatives.
Ishikawa is especially well known for his frequent, long-winded and often rather complicated expository speeches to the other characters, in order to inform them and the show's audience of new story developments.
He formerly served with Kusanagi and Batou in South America when they were with the Ground Self-Defense Forces in the Japanese UN contingent.
He was one of the earliest members recruited to be in Section 9 and seems to know the Major and her dislikes quite well.
He is shown as being in charge of a pachinko parlor called Parlor Ishikawa, and on occasion uses the cyberbrains of the old men who play there to complete particularly heavy data gathering though it seems the men suffer no ill effects or are even aware of their situation, and are in fact 'paid' with wins at pachinko for use of their 'processor' time.
Ishikawa is the most seemingly laid-back member of the unit. Despite being a member of Section 9, Ishikawa appears to be relatively physically weak in comparison to the other members.
He is almost never shown in combat though in one episode he fires a shoulder-mounted cannon to disable a heavily armored vehicle and takes a support role during most missions in which he is dispatched.
When he is captured late in the first season, he is shown as being easily taken into custody by Umibozu commandos sent to arrest him.
This is possibly due to the fact that he is one of the least cybernetically enhanced members along with Togusa and Saito and thus, would have been at a disadvantage had he physically resisted.
Late into the second series, Ishikawa is wounded in a suicide bomb attack on Section 9's tilt wing aircraft. Following this he is seen hospitalized and wearing a bandage on his left arm, this lends credit to the theory that he has little external cyberization, especially when in contrast to Batou's quick recovery from wounds in the same episode.
Known to have been a mercenary in the South American campaign, Saito was recruited by the Major while they were on opposing sides.
He can handle any automatic firearm with deadly accuracy and precision. Regarded as one of the least cyberized, Saito's left arm is cybernetic, allowing him to support and steady extremely large Anti-materiel rifles with superhuman skill.
His left eye was replaced with the "Hawkeye", a prosthetic eye that interfaces with satellites to allow for shots of incredible accuracy.
The Hawkeye, however, can be hacked, as it is in Episode 2 of SAC. It is impossible for Saito to escape hacking by going into autistic mode because he needs to maintain his Hawkeye's satellite uplink.
Saito is also valued for his ability to think like enemy snipers; on two separate occasions his ability at determining sniping locations impacted Section 9's actions.
Character designer Hajime Shimomura had commented that Saito was not difficult to do, although he said he had drawing ideas based on someone who would wear "a bleached cotton cloth wrapped around his chest and wears a loincloth.
He also works as the team's resident cyberviral warfare expert, often developing vaccines for viruses within minutes of their creation.
Like many of the members of Section 9, Borma is part cyborg. Though he's "kind of the silent type," he also packs some of the most explosive weapons of the Section 9 team.
Borma is the jack of all trades who often handles the task of rear support. He carries a shotgun.
It's a bigger gun, just like Batou", stated Tawanda Manyimo. In most assignments, he's the only member to carry heavy weaponry. He is usually teamed with either Saito for sniper team duties, Paz for general operations and Ishikawa for cyberweb research and viral warfare.
Due to his various jobs behind the scenes, Borma's character receives the least attention of any member of Section 9. Borma was in the JSDF as a demolitions expert, possibly hinting that he was either a combat engineer or a special forces operative.
This character's name is often pronounced as its Japanese counterpart as Boma. Borma is the only Section 9 operative with similar height and enhanced strength to Batou.
He also has optical implant eyes of a similar general design to Batou's, though his optics are a different color, indicating another model with different capabilities.
Both his eyes and his baldness are his trademark features. Ladriya is an original character appearing exclusively in the film , and is the only member of the team not drawn specifically from any Ghost in the Shell source material.
She is Section 9 's advanced weapons specialist and is skilled in close quarters knife combat. Samal regards Ladriya as "one of the more intuitive of the gang.
But when it comes down to it I'm quite proud of the fact that she's quite ruthless when it's necessary", said Samal. Though Samal had to build the character from scratch, she said she drew some inspiration from one of the male Section 9 characters who didn't make it to the big screen likely Paz who is "a bit of a lady killer" in the manga.
She used that to color in her version of the character, saying, "I thought, 'Wouldn't it be great if Ladriya is a bit like the female equivalent of that?
Like a tiny bit into blokes. Before joining Public Security Section 9 , Paz was rumored by various police circles to have been a gangster in several yakuza groups in Japan.
Paz is the backup " jack-of-all-trades " for the field agents and is also a known chain smoker within the unit. Upon his first encounter with the Major, he remarked, "I never sleep with the same woman twice.
He uses a folding knife in combat. In SAC 2nd GIG episode 13, Paz encounters an ex-lover scorned Kaori Kawashima who had adopted a body that was identical to his own down to the smallest detail.
A knife fight ensues, and one "Paz" is stabbed through the eye and killed. It isn't made clear whether or not the victim was the real Paz or the impostor Kaori , as they both have cuts across their torsos, and the surviving "Paz" says nothing.
However, the torso wound of the deceased Paz appeared to be deeper, suggesting that the original survived.
His name is often pronounced as its Japanese counterpart, Pazu in Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex series. C 2nd GIG.
Azuma was recruited as one of the field operatives in Section 9 from JGSDF Intelligence. He was present at the shipyard battle in which fellow rookie Yano died and was pulled out of field duty prior to the Dejima confrontation.
At the end of 2nd Gig it is implied that Azuma is now a full-fledged member of Section 9. Azuma is featured prominently at the beginning of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society , supporting Togusa in an incident at the airport, as well as in Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence.
Azuma also shows up in the manga Ghost in the Shell: Human-Error Processor 1. Yano was recruited by Section 9 as a rookie and field operative. Yano was killed in the raid on Kuze's false location in the 2nd GIG episode " Chain Reaction ", making him Section 9's first officer to be killed in the line of duty from hostile gunfire.
Yano also appears briefly in the manga as a new recruit. In the manga he was killed by a Russian named Koil Krasnov, whom he was tailing as his first assignment.
Proto is Section 9's only proto type bioroid member and was also the Tachikoma 's maintenance technician before becoming one of the new recruits.
During the Dejima crisis Proto played a key role in helping Aramaki rescue the Prime Minister Yoko Kayabuki , who had been relieved of her duty and arrested under charges of treason.
Proto managed to gain access to the net, where he communicated with Section 9's Tachikoma units.
Through them Proto was able to gain building blueprints and up-to-date information on Section 9's Dejima operation, as well as the location of the Prime Minister, before an attack barrier disabled him.
Proto appears again in the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society movie, wearing the black uniform of Section 9 along with a sidearm, which suggests that he is now a field officer.
Maven  is an original character appearing only in Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - First Assault Online. She first came to Chief Aramaki's attention during an operation in which she single-handedly held off an insurgent attack after her entire squad was killed.
Since then, she has been working for Section 9, where she has proven both resourceful and deadly. She has a fiery temper and the skills to match.
She spearheaded the development of the therm-optic barrier to aid in the evacuation of refugees during the Bolivia Crisis. With the passing of Bill J, the Kodansu Corporation was effectively shut down and all its research and equipment was appropriated by the Japanese government.
Following this, Maven found work with police forces in Fukuoka. She was later acquired by Section 9 to aid in the deployment of her past research projects.
Though it is not known just how much of her body is cybernetic, it is suspected that she has experimental prosthetics from her time working for Kodansu.
All seem to act like children. Unable to get the rights to use the original spider-tank design from the manga, Masamune Shirow created a new design for television, which he named the "Tachikoma".
There are distinct differences between the two, most significantly in the 'eyes' and the vertically oriented abdomen. Still, the tanks are easily recognizable as descendants of the original Fuchikoma.
In both the manga and television series, one spider-tank is preferred by Batou who uses a natural oil to lubricate its parts, and this usage of natural oil and its experiences with Batou begin to disseminate through the others, slowly causing the whole group of them to develop their AIs into separate identities, which Kusanagi begins to suspect are unique Ghosts.
This leads to their decommissioning, although they all react to the Umibouzu assault on Section 9 and try to help, but their new hardware for civilian work prevents them from doing so.
In the premiere of 2nd GIG , Batou is pleased to see that the Tachikoma have been recommissioned, but when one speaks with the original robotic voice he is disheartened until the Tachikoma breaks into laughter, revealing that they have retained their ghosts.
At the end of 2nd GIG , when the American Empire is attempting to bomb Dejima, the Tachikoma finish saving the refugees' ghosts before uploading their own ghosts into the satellite that contains their AI to stop the final missile, resulting in their apparent death.
Musashi, who has modified its digital self to be yellow in color, is Batou's preferred Tachikoma. Voiced by: Kayumi Iemasa Japanese, original voice , Yoshiko Sakakibara Japanese, re-release ; Tom Wyner English; as "Abe Lasser" .
Although it is first suspected of being a super hacker, capable of "ghost hacking", or taking control of a cyberized person's body without their knowledge, Section 9 later discovers that it is actually an advanced artificial intelligence program, known as Project , created by Section 6, the Treaty Bureau of Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
When Project went rogue, Section 6 was able to trap it in a firewalled system, but it escaped after using a factory to produce a robot body that gets hit by a truck and taken in by Section 9.
When the truth is revealed to Section 9, the "Puppet Master" demands asylum as a sentient creature, arguing that its self-preserving programming is no different from DNA.
After a battle between Section 6 and Section 9, Major Motoko Kusanagi manages to link with the "Puppet Master" and converses with it, learning that it wishes to preserve itself and pass on its ideas as any biological creature would, but rather than make copies of itself with the same weaknesses and flaws, it wishes to merge with Kusanagi.
Although she fears that she will lose her individuality, Project reminds her about identity and change and impermanence.
Motoko finally agrees and the "Puppet Master" is merged with her ghost, just as Section 6 snipers destroy the robot shell and severely damage the Major's own prosthetic body.
Voiced by: Koichi Yamadera Japanese ; Steve Blum English, Stand Alone Complex TV series; Bandai Visual dub ,  Michael Adamthwaite English; Stand Alone Complex OVAs, Ocean dub .
He also had a fascination with J. Salinger 's The Catcher in the Rye , his own alias coming from Salinger's short story, " The Laughing Man ".
He is an expert hacker, able to hide his physical presence by editing himself out of video feeds and cybernetic eyes, concealing his identity by superimposing an animated logo over his face, and hijacking cybernetic brains altogether, all in real-time.
The Laughing Man logo was designed by Paul Nicholson, a London-based designer for graphics and clothing company, Terratag. Nicholson was asked to read a short story by J.
Salinger , " The Laughing Man ," and to base the logo on that. The story centers around a boys' after school organization called the Commanche Club.
The Commanche Club's Chief often brings the boys to Central Park for baseball games, and these games are the source of the baseball cap featured in the logo.
The text given to Nicholson by Production I. Nicholson said of the latter, "At first this text made no sense but now, having seen the whole series, I can understand the relevance to the character.
In this episode a child at a vocational aid center refers to a character named Chief who is going to visit, Chief is the name given by the children to The Laughing Man as well as the main character's childhood idol in the short story.
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