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'''Gamma Squadron''' was a millitary unit of the [[Terran Confederacy]], consisting of multiple Divisions.<ref name = "Terran Units">[http://www.battle.net/scc/terran/unit.shtml]</ref> Many members of the Marine Corps are former criminals Its function is not clearly described but it appears to take on more mundane tasks than its counterpart squadrons, such as guarding establishments and settling claim disputes.<ref name = "Uprising">Neilson, Micky. ''[[StarCraft: Uprising]].'' New York and Toronto, Ontario: Pocket Books, December 2000. ISBN 0-7434-1898-0 (eBook only).</ref> Its color is unknown.
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'''Gamma Squadron''' was a military unit of the [[Terran Confederacy]], consisting of multiple Divisions.<ref name="Terran Units">[http://classic.battle.net/scc/terran/unit.shtml]</ref> Many members of the Marine Corps are former criminals. Its function is not clearly described but it appears to take on more mundane tasks than its counterpart squadrons, such as guarding establishments and settling claim disputes.<ref name="Uprising">Neilson, Micky. ''[[StarCraft: Uprising]].'' New York and Toronto, Ontario: Pocket Books, December 2000. ISBN 0-7434-1898-0 (eBook only).</ref> Its color is unknown.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
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A Gamma Squadron force was stationed at the Confederate's ''[[Fujita Facility]]'' on [[Vyctor 5]] for over a month, guarding scientists studying recently discovered [[Zerg|xenomorphs]], a fact which caught the attention of the newly formed [[Sons of Korhal]]. At the time of the [[StarCraft: Uprising#The First Item|attack]], the unit was about to be replaced, set to "go back to forcibly settling claim disputes and ridding the miners' daughters of their pesky virginity" (at least in the mind of Gunnery Sergeant [[Mitch Tanner]]). Despite a stubborn defence the base was overrun and most, if not all of the unit wiped out.<ref name="Uprising"/>
   
A Gamma Squadron force was stationed on [[Vyctor 5]] at a Confederate facility situated within the [[Vyctor 5|Fujita Pinnacle]] for over a month, guarding scientists studying recently discovered [[Zerg|xenomorphs]], a fact which caught the attention of the newly formed [[Sons of Korhal]]. At the time of the [[StarCraft: Uprising#The First Item|attack]], the unit was about to be replaced, set to "go back to forcibly settling claim disputes and ridding the miners' daughters of their pesky virginity" (at least in the mind of Gunnery Sergeant [[Mitch Tanner]]). Despite a stuborn defence the base was overrun and most, if not all of the unit wiped out.<ref name = "Uprising"/>
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Gamma Squadron's fate in the aftermath of the [[Episode I#Downfall of the Confederacy|fall]] of the Confederacy is unknown. It did survive until the [[United Earth Directorate]] reached the [[Koprulu Sector]]; this is backed up in that [[Valkyrie]]s were among the Squadron.<ref name="Terran Units"/>
 
Gamma Squadron's fate in the aftermath of the [[Episode I#Downfall of the Confederacy|fall]] of the Confederacy is unknown. However, there is evidence that it may have joined, willingly or unwillingly, with the [[United Earth Directorate]] Expeditionary Force, the two factions sharing a common enemy in the [[Terran Dominion]]. This is backed up in that [[Valkyrie|Valkyries]] were among the Squadron.<ref name = "Terran Units"/> Alternatively, since the Dominion has at least a few [[Valkyrie]]s to command, Gamma Squadron may have been granted their use.<ref name = "Firstborn">Golden, Christie (May 22, 2007). ''[[StarCraft: The Dark Templar Saga: Firstborn|StarCraft: The Dark Templar Saga #1: Firstborn]].'' Simon & Schuster (Pocket Star). ISBN 0-7434-7125-3.</ref> It is possible that Gamma Squadron was presumebly wiped out along with its UED fleet allies.
 
   
 
==Known Members==
 
==Known Members==
 
 
*Captain [[Ansel]]
 
*Captain [[Ansel]]
 
*Engineer [[Jim Smith]]
 
*Engineer [[Jim Smith]]
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Latest revision as of 02:38, August 13, 2018

Gamma Squadron was a military unit of the Terran Confederacy, consisting of multiple Divisions.[1] Many members of the Marine Corps are former criminals. Its function is not clearly described but it appears to take on more mundane tasks than its counterpart squadrons, such as guarding establishments and settling claim disputes.[2] Its color is unknown.

HistoryEdit

A Gamma Squadron force was stationed at the Confederate's Fujita Facility on Vyctor 5 for over a month, guarding scientists studying recently discovered xenomorphs, a fact which caught the attention of the newly formed Sons of Korhal. At the time of the attack, the unit was about to be replaced, set to "go back to forcibly settling claim disputes and ridding the miners' daughters of their pesky virginity" (at least in the mind of Gunnery Sergeant Mitch Tanner). Despite a stubborn defence the base was overrun and most, if not all of the unit wiped out.[2]

Gamma Squadron's fate in the aftermath of the fall of the Confederacy is unknown. It did survive until the United Earth Directorate reached the Koprulu Sector; this is backed up in that Valkyries were among the Squadron.[1]

Known MembersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 [1]
  2. 2.0 2.1 Neilson, Micky. StarCraft: Uprising. New York and Toronto, Ontario: Pocket Books, December 2000. ISBN 0-7434-1898-0 (eBook only).
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