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Callsign Nickname Position Duties
Buccaneer Leader Mighty Squadron OC  
Buccaneer 2 Unassigned    
Buccaneer 3 Unassigned    
Buccaneer 4 Unassigned    
Buccaneer 5 Animal Squadron XO (TDY)  
Buccaneer 6 Bulldog Loremaster
Buccaneer 7 Unassigned    
Buccaneer 8 Unassigned    
Buccaneer 9 Unassigned    
Buccaneer 10 Unassigned    
Buccaneer 11 Unassigned    
Buccaneer 12 Unassigned    

Squadron Spacecraft

Buccaneer flys the Y-wing and Bwing starfighters, but also has assigned a small complement of Y-Wing variants for specialized assault missions.

  • 6 Koensayr BTL-A4 Y-Wing Starfighters
  • 2 Koensayr BTL-S3 Y-Wing Starfighters (2 seat variant)
  • 6 Slayn and Korpil B-Wings (Heavy Attack Fighters)

Halls of Honor
  • Click here to see the honors awarded to members of the CRS Vigilant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Major Michael "Mighty" Tolle


Buccaneer Five (Squadron Executive Officer)

Squadron Citation Ribbon Renegade Wing Defense Ribbon-Dual Cluster  Veteran Service Ribbon with Platinum Pip Order of the Jedi

Currently assigned to Renegade Wing; [classified].
Attached to Mon Calamari Star Cruiser, Vigilant.

Technical Specialty Droid Repair
Combat Specialty Capture Operations
Side Arm Blaster
Favorite Beverage Taboo Martini - Shaken not Stirred
Physical Description Human male, 20 years standard, Height: 1.8m, Weight: 81kg, Hair: blonde, Eyes: blue

Bio:

Mighty was discovered at the Cantina by Rogues 7-9 (Krayt, Hellcat, and Jalb_K). His talent was quickly recognized and it was suggested that he should join the Alliance. Mighty considered the prospect and took them up on it because a steady job was better than mercenary work any day.

Beyond that not much is known about Mighty due to fact that he suffers amnesia. One thing is clear; he has no affiliation with the Empire because of his numerous Imperial kills. Mighty's earliest memories go back 3 years when he became conscious on the Taloraan mining colony. He could not find a single person who knew who he was or how or when he got there. The only thing he had in his possession was a pair of wings that bore his name and a title to an unmarked Y-wing that was in Hanger 25.

Having found only dead ends to the knowledge of his identity in Taloraan he took the Y-wing and flew to Mos Eisley where he encountered many parties seeking mercenaries with starfighters. He took many jobs over the years only refusing bounty hunting missions. He mostly was hired for starfighter defense and taking out capital ships that belonged to the Empire, Black Sun, and other sinister organizations.

Over the next 3 years he took up numerous mercenary jobs for the Airam, Bespinites, and occasionally the Calamari. He has repeatedly demonstrated his ability in the cockpit - "acing out" usually once per sortie. Mighty is best suited in an X-wing although he is a master at piloting all types of craft. Mighty can only hope that some day his memory returns but until then he'll enjoy flying every mission he has a chance at.

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MAJ Chris "Animal" Stephen

Buccaneer Squadron XO

Renegade Wing Defense Ribbon-Dual Cluster Regular Service Ribbon with Platinum Pip Order of the Jedi

Currently assigned to Renegade Wing; [classified].
Attached to Mon Calamari Star Cruiser, Liberty.

Technical Specialty Communications and Computer Systems
Combat Specialty Dogfighting
Side Arm Holdout Blaster
Favorite Beverage Strawberry Daiquiri
Physical Description Human male, 25 standard, 1.7m, 87kg, black hair, brown eyes

Bio:

Chris Stephen was born on the Imperial city on Coruscant. His father was a high ranking Imperial test-pilot, honored by the Imperium for his piloting skills. His mother was an Imperial intelligence officer assigned to gather information on the fledging Rebel Alliance.

Chris applied to the Imperial Naval Academy and in testing his piloting skills were readily apparent. His callsign was given to him by his classmates for standing up to a senior classman in a dispute over a female that they had both taken a liking too. Each in a squint, Chris defeated him in single combat in the Academy simulators. He graduated with honors from the academy in the top of his class. During this time his father was assigned to the team that eventually developed the TIE-Advanced starfighter. Security was so high on that top-secret project that Chris had not seen his father for over a standard year.

Before being shipped off to active duty, Chris was given a week's leave. He spent this time with his mother and she told him of the activities of the Rebellion and their desperate fight against the Empire as the last vestiges of the old Republic were being swept away. Chris had known for some time that his mother was sympathetic to their cause, but he was taken by surprise when she approached him with the idea of defecting. At first, this outraged Chris, he was loyal to the Empire, but coming from his mother he gave it some thought . She showed him proof of the oppression, unwarranted death, and grief that the Empire caused, and this opened Chris's eyes to the truth.

After much thought and soul searching, a meeting with rebel agents was arranged and his defection was almost complete. But the meeting was somehow leaked to the Empire and a trap was set for Chris. The Rebel escort, comprised of three X-wings, and Chris, in an Interceptor, fought out of the trap. Their escape was due in no small part to Chris, who displayed outstanding skill and saved the life of one of the X-Wing pilots when his weapons systems were damaged. The Rebels were impressed with his piloting skills and Chris' defection was complete.

His mother also embraced the Rebellion, and was offered a position with Alliance Intelligence, which she accepted. "Animal" was given training on Rebel starfighters and his skills in dogfighting and computer systems attracted the notice of Alliance High Command and he was offered a place in Buccaneer Squadron aboard the Liberty. While still on Coruscant his mother had told Chris stories of the CRS Liberty, home of the legendary Rogue Squadron and their accomplishments; so with his destiny laid out before him, he accepted in hopes that one man can make a difference.



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1st Lieutenant Andy "Bulldog" Clark

Buccaneer 6

Renegade Wing Defense Ribbon-Dual Cluster

Currently assigned to Renegade Wing; Heavy Assault.
Attached to Mon Calamari Star Cruiser, Vigilant.

Technical Specialty Combat Tactic Analysis
Combat Specialty Medic
Side Arm Sawed-off Blastech DL-18
Favorite Beverage Whyrens Reserve
Physical Description Human male, Age 28, standard build, Weight: 100kg, Height: 1.9 meters, Brown hair and eyes.

Bio:

As a young man growing up inside his father's starfighter simulators, Andy got to be pretty proficient behind the stick. His father was always out on delivery runs, so he didn't notice that Andy had a knack for flying, and thus never asked him to help with supply runs because he never felt that Andy would like it. So Andy stayed in the sims, getting better and better.

On Andy's 18th birthday, his father gave him enough money to buy himself a freighter, thinking he would help out in the family business. That is exactly what he did. He went out and bought a Corellian Y2-1200. Of course it wasn't the best one there, but Andy wanted to try to fix it up and modify it as he wished.

As soon as he had it fit to fly, he helped his father runs supplies, and they began to learn to fly together well. As time went on, Andy added little gadgets and such to his freighter, which he had already named "The Shooting Star". His father and himself ran more and more missions, and knew that a tangle with Imperial forces would not be a problem, as long as they could always run if things went bad.

Time passed, and Andy now found himself at 21 years of age. His father and himself got caught in a scrap with the Imps, and were vastly outnumbered. They needed to run to the nearest nav buoy, which was 20 klicks away. At the very instant that the Imperial fighters converged upon them, Rebel fighters started to pour into the system. The X-wings hit the fighters by surprise, and the Y-wings destroyed the Imperial Star Destroyers. The Rebels ask them if they would like to run supplies for the Rebel Alliance. Not seeing that there was much choice, Andy and his father agreed to run supplies.

Andy and his father ran supplies to a new Rebel base, on the ice planet of Hoth. While on the downtime, the Rebels discovered an Imperial probe on the planet. This alerted them, and they started to evacuate. The Rebels also commandeered Andy's and his father's ships to help. Of course, they were allowed to fly their own freighters, they just had to carry supplies and personnel off of Hoth.

Andy and his father were cleared to go together without an escort off of the planet. The ion cannon blasted behind them, and hit the Star Destroyer directly ahead of them. His father reported over the comm that he was having trouble, and Andy whipped around just in time to see his father's demise. A piece of TIE Fighter debris clipped his father's engines, rendering him powerless. Then another TIE Fighter flew in and picked up the easy kill.

The anger inside of Andy made him explode with hatred. He flew with the knowledge that he had nothing left in the universe, so he had nothing to lose, not even his life. Andy maneuvered in and out of TIE Fighter formations, provoking multiple targets for his gunners. This was about the time when another transport was exiting the atmosphere. The TIE Fighters started to swarm it. Andy got there just in time to vape the TIEs, and escorted the transport to the rendezvous.

While unloading the personnel he was carrying, the crew of the transport he saved thanked him graciously. One even called him a bulldog for being so tenacious. A Rebel pilot overheard that comment, and came over to suggest that Andy join his squadron. Of course, Andy accepted, seeing this a way to hurt the Empire and exact revenge for his father.

While they were on a mission, the pilot who recruited him called him "Bulldog" to get his attention. Of course, the other pilots heard the comment and started to call him Bulldog also. Andy liked the name, and it stuck. Andy likes to fly, but his squadron always seems to be stationed on some backwater planet with absolutely no action. So he puts in a request to join Corsair Squadron, onboard the Liberty.