Fidel Castro (August 13, 1926- May 26, 1983) was a Cuban revolutionary who founded the Caballeros de Libertad. Castro spent decades trying to destroy the American government, and establish independence for Cuba and the rest of Latin America. He orchestrated the assassination of Douglas MacArthur, for which he was branded a terrorist mastermind, and a public face for the CDL in the War on Terror. Castro lead other attacks, such as the 1971 riots against the ban on the public use of the Spanish Language. Labelled as public enemy number one, Castro managed to elude pursuit from the CIA and took refuge in the remote Andes Mountains. There, he commanded rebellions across the Americas, including a Quechan insurgency and the Battle of Lima. The I.S was able to track down his location due to the failure of the latter, and his base came under attack. Castro was killed by a F-117 Nighthawk, and became a martyr for his cause.