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MiG-31BM & M Schwarze Squad

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Now works with "M" version

The Squad: The 13th Night Fighter Air Division (NFAD) of the Belkan Air Force's the 6th Tactical Fighter Squadron "Schwarze"(black) had first, officially, seen combat in the Belkan War. During the war, the entire squadron gained a reputation of fear among both the Belkan Military and the Allied Forces of Osea, Ustio and Sapin. The 6th TFS was commonly assigned to missions aimed at intercepting Belkan aircraft attempting to defect and the destruction of Belkan Forces attempting to leave the battlefield. Like all units of the 13th NFAD, the 6th TFS was never officially tried by Belka because of their actions, since they had completely unrestricted orders to engage both enemy and allied forces at will. On May 28th, the 6th Tactical Fighter Squadron was dispatched to assassinate a top ranking Ace of the Belkan Air Force, attempting to defect to the Osea / Osean Federation. This pilot was named Wolfgang Buchner, but was also known as

 

Huckebein the Raven". His orders were to sortie towards an undisclosed Belkan City (presumed to be a South Belkan city) and drop a nuclear weapon on it. Instead, the pilot attempted to flee the country.

 

As the Schwarze Squadron, lead by Dominic Zubov, pursued Wolfgang, the defecting Ace flew towards Airspace B7R "The Round Table". At that time, the allied "Operation: Battle-Axe" was under way. The 6th Tactical Fighter Squadron lost Huckebein the Raven, among the confusion of the Operation Battle-Axe, but, instead engaged the 66th AFU Galm of the Ustian Air Force 6th Air Division. All members of the Schwarze Squadron were shot down during their engagement with the 66th AFU 'Galm Team'. With the end of the Belkan War, all members fled the country, changed their identities or seemed to disappear.

 

Edited from Jv44kt's "Soviet Silver" scheme


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