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In the fictional Mobile Suit Gundam series, Dozle Zabi is the second oldest son of Degwin Sodo Zabi and the Principality of Zeon's Space Attack Force Commander. His job during the war was to move fleets to and from various points in space to help the Zeon secure victory during the One Year War, not unlike the American Fleet Admirals of World War II.
Tall, burly and scarred, Dozle casts a fearsome appearance at first glance but he is actually one of the more likeable of the Zabi clan. Gregarious and good natured, Dozle is a good man to his troops. He is also a devoted, loving family man and has a wife Zena and baby daughter Mineva. Dozle is closest to his younger brother Garma and actually looks forward to the day when Garma becomes an admiral in his own right. In fandom, it is rumored that Dozle and Garma share the same mother, hence their closeness. Dozle dismisses Char Aznable from his division, blaming him (though not suspecting him of foul play) for incompetence in the battle that resulted in Garma's death. Dozle especially despises his sister Kycilia and this feeling is only increased when she takes Char under her wing.
Dozle's command center is located in the heart of the astroid Solomon (later renamed Konpei Island by the Federation), and it is here that Dozle made his last stand. Late in UC0079 the Federation launched an offensive against Solomon, utilizing their remaining Salamis and Magellan class vessels. When the Federation's Public class boats succsessfully deployed their beam dispertion smoke, Dozle ordered the mandatory evactuation of all non-essential personel. At the same time the Federation deployed its first Solar System array at Solomon, which destroyed anything attempting to leave. Dozle mounted his own Mobile Armor the BXG-ZAM (Big Zam) and flew out to buy time for the evacuees, and shortly there after was killed in action. His death marked the begining of the end for Zeon forces in space.
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