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July 1, 1994
Ostberg, Comona Islands, Ed Island
Huckebein the Raven
|Years of service||2012 -|
|Unit||Second Carrier Fleet, 4th Air Wing|
|Awards||Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves|
Rambert Booher (Callsign Huckebein) is an Ed Island Navy sergeant and aerial ace attached to the KMS Njord Kestral-class Aircraft Carrier. He became an ace-in-a-day on June 21, 2013 after being credited with six kills on Snowinian aircraft over Wellow, Ed Island.
Booher's mandatory 18 months of military service was cut short in June 2013 when Snowiny invaded Ed Island, and as such volunteered to active service early. Rambert and the rest of Condor Squadron were involved in the first hostilities between Ed Island and Snowiny on June 21, where hostile Snowinian aircraft entered the airspace above Wellow and were subsequently shot down by armed training jets. Snowiny declared war four days later along with the simultaneous invasion of Ed Island, and so Condor Squadron was inducted into the Ed Island Navy as an official combat squadron.
In August, Booher was transferred to the aircraft carrier KMS Njord, from which he would launch from for the rest of the conflict.
Condor Squadron became one of the most feared squadrons throughout the war, as it seemed they could appear out of thin air to rain death onto Snowinian forces at any time, and were known to turn the tide of any battle they appeared in. "Huckebein the Raven" did little to disparage these rumors, and became a legend among Ed Islandian and Snowinian forces alike.
Weapons and Equipment
Booher flies the Naval Air Force's standard F/A-11E Super Striker alongside the rest of Condor Squadron.
Awards and Decorations
- Flying Clasp of the Luftwaffe
- Iron Cross
- 2nd Class
- 1st Class
- Combined Pilot-Observer Badge
- Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves
- Booher's personal F/A-11E was customized when he and his squadmates became aces, adorned with the Imperial Ed Island tricolor along with the Condor Squadron insignia.