"At ease, troops. You've earned it."
PL: 10 (150)
STR 10 DEX 14 CON n/a INT 10 WIS 16 CHA 16
+6 init, +10/8 ATK, +12 DEF (+4 dodge, +4 flat-footed)
+0/5 DMG (unarmed/rifle)
TOU +8/5 FORT n/a REF +5 WILL +7
knowledge: tactics +8
profession: soldier +6
sense motive +6
assessment, attack focus: range 2, defensive roll 3, dodge 4, equipment 2, improved initiative, inspire 2, leadership, masterful tactics, uncanny dodge
immunity +30 (fort) (30)
protection +5 (5)
regeneration +6 (rec. bonus +5, res. +1, extra: true res. +1) (7)
summon "undead soldiers" +4 (feats: progression 6, mental link, extras: horde +1) (19)
Summon "Haunted Tank" +4 (Extra: Heroic +1) (12)
service rifle 
+2 DEF/-2 TOU
fame (Member of the Statesmen)
reputation (soulless abomination)
responsibility (protect the union)
abilities 6 + combat 32 + saves 7 + skills 14/56 + feats 18 + powers 73 = 150 pts
Not much is known of Major Bones, himself having forgotten most of the details of his life, only his rank (found on his uniform) and that he presumably died at the battle of Gettysburg. What is known is that he was among the countless zombies raised by the villainous Necromancer as part of a plan to turn washington D.C. into a city of the walking dead.
Police, military and even superhuman forces were brought in to stop the Necromaster, but while they prevented the villain from slaughtering every town and city in his path and thus swelling his army's ranks, the undead horde eventually reached the capital. it was here that the heros of america would make their stand, and it was here that Major Bones first came to the public eye.
The Major himself describes it best:
"The whole time it was like I was half-asleep, just marching forward n' followin' orders, wit what parts a me that still worked thinking that ornery [CENSORED] was General Meade hisself. but the thing is, he was bossin around so many of us, that some folk were startin to look past the snake oil he was feedin' us.
"Now, y'see, while I don't recall much, I do remember Washington. So while i was makin a foll a myself going 'Brains' er somesuch, part a me still knew the city, knew the country. wasn't till I saw Mr. Lincoln I knew that I still had a cause worth livin' fer."
it's a famous image, the one zombie suddenly breaking from the horde, and shambling up the steps of the lincoln memorial, gaze locked with the great emancipator, before turning about and springing to life, commanding the decaying legions to turn upon their master and fight once more for what they'd once died for.
the results were dramatic, the necromaster's assured victory becoming a total rout as his army turned against him, forcing the villain to flee. and, with his retreat, all the zombies reverted back to unmoving corpses.
all of them, except the major. For whatever reason, he was refused his eternal rest, claiming that (when questioned) "My country still needs me." refusing an honorable discharge for similar reasons, the Major was first assigned to Arlington Cemetary, before discovering his own necromantic powers while thwarting another supervillain Menace.
by now a recognized 'oddball' celebrity, Major Bones was inducted into the Statesmen, and reassigned to act Pennslyvania's resident superhero.
At first thought to be a sentient zombie, Major Bones has since been reclassified as a 'Lich", a more potent form of Undead, able to summon and command the spirits of fallen soldiers. at first thought to only summon his former Company, the major is in fact able to draw upon any of america's fallen, including a WW2-era M4 Sherman tank crew, complete with tank. Major Bones is both unable (and unwilling) to summon naval or air forces to his aid.
As such, Major Bones relies upon conventional Infantry tactics, leading the charge himself either on foot or astride the aforementioned 'haunted tank'.