Green Alien S5 "Snowman Fed" is not an official name. It may have been referenced in the storyline as such, but has not been officially named. Alternatively, it may be a name popular among fans, but without an official basis.
"But... why snowman...?"
—Snowman Fed in Thin Ice

This unnamed Federal Army soldier is a soldier of the Federal Army of Chorus who was stationed at F.A.C. Outpost 37.

Role in PlotEdit

When Tucker, Simmons, Grif, and Caboose broke into F.A.C. Outpost 37 to rescue their "captured" comrades, this Federal soldier heard them fall into the base. As he came to investigate, he spoke out loud that he was approaching, making the four captains panic. At the last moment, Grif somehow builds four snowmen for the group to hide in, tricking the Fed. The soldier then playfully talked to the snowmen, asking if they were responsible for the noise. However, when he decided to use the snowmen as target practice, Tucker was forced to kill the soldier using his energy sword. After he died, the four captains hid his corpse by burying it in snow.


  • Although this character was left unnamed and had little screen time, he obtained much popularity from fans of the series, calling him Snowman Fed for the scene he was in and even giving him a back story.
  • The Snowman Fed appears to be very dim-witted, as he wasn't only tricked by the captains' disguise, but didn't question the existence of the snowmen and even believed that the snowmen were sentient creatures when he died. Including the fact that he was talking out loud, indicating to the group that someone had heard them and how close he was of spotting them.
  • Miles once stated that Snowman Fed's voice was Patrick Rodriguez trying to do an impression of Flowers.

Federal Army of Chorus
Most Known: Donald Doyle · Emily Grey · Locus · Washington ·
Sarge · Franklin Delano Donut · Lopez the Heavy
Other Members: Snowman Fed · Randy · Red Fed · Blue Fed · Irony Fed ·
Request Form Feds · Lap Fed · Crash Site Fed
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