|Role||Recon & Intel Specialist|
|Occupation||Special Forces Operative|
|Rank||Sergeant First Class|
|Appearances||Ghost Recon Wildlands|
Sergeant First Class Dominic "Dom" Morretta, aka Holt, is the Ghost team’s technology specialist. An expert in intel and data decryption, he is also an excellent drone pilot.
Born in Louisiana, Holt grew up in a rural family with a long history of service. He wanted to continue that legacy and make his career in the military since the age of 4. At the age of 18, he joined the army and became a sapper in the Army Rangers before the age of 21.
Holt has always been obsessed with technology and developed a passion for engineering. This was one of the reasons he was selected to become a Ghost at the early age of 27.
Holt is not only a professional, top-tier operator in combat, he’s also a joker at heart. He uses his humor to keep the situation under control during tense moments. When not on mission, Holt tends to get rowdy. He is known for drunkenly pushing a joke too far and getting into regular barfights. He would do anything to get his adrenaline fix. After working on several missions together, Holt quickly became Midas’ best friend. He often drags him into disturbing situations, ones that never fail to create memorable stories.
Holt has seen the effect of drugs firsthand. He came from a community that was overrun with oxycodone and other illicit substances. Many of his friends and family either died or went to prison due to drugs. For him, his mission is all about stopping that from happening to even more neighborhoods.
Holt is one of the four Ghost characters in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. It was confirmed at Gamescon 2016 that players would have complete character and weapon customization options.
Holt and Midas have been best friends for 10 years.
In game, Holt will use a customized Mk. 17.
Holt is the only ghost on the team who is not married, often joking that he is happy being single.
Holt has intimate knowledge of drug trafficking and smuggling.
Holt has tried cocaine, off-duty, twice just to know what it feels like