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His job is to handle the whole squadron, to make sure that it works together, as he's seen the aliens do. The resolution of the battle is governed not only by the formation already chosen, but also by which of the enemy groups is engaged first. Find out the division that fights initially by following the guidelines presented below. If the squadron is attacking the closest group of enemy ships, the Ka'slaq First Division is engaged first. If the squadron is remaining on the defensive, the Ka'slaq First Division is engaged before the others.
If the squadron attempts to elude the nearest alien force but failure of Stealth mode movement brings it to battle anyway, the Ka'slaq First Division will be engaged first. To resolve the battle of Endymion, Ulnar can choose to fight a conventional space battle by going to section 130. If Ulnar prefers to try using the squadron's Stealth mode during the actual battle, go to section 135. — 56 — "Rag to recon wing," Ulnar says, speaking into the Fleetcomm microphone at his station on Valiant's bridge.
It is a tense time, for no one knows what to expect upon their arrival. Doubts assail the admiral, forcing him to realize just how much his decisions can mean to the future of the League. A wrong choice could cost the lives of innocent colonists. As the squadron draws near to Baal, it is plain that the worrying has been for nothing. There is still no news of the Ka'slaq fleet, and the only thing to do is wait. Now that he has chosen Baal as his temporary base, Ulnar knows he has to stay with it; jumping from world to world without a clear-cut purpose is worse than useless, and bad for morale as well.
Armor of the Afghanistan War (Firepower Pictorials Special) by Steven J. Zaloga, Wojciech Luczak, Barry Beldam