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The following is a complete timeline of events in the Strangereal universe.

Pre-1900s

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1900s

1905

  • Belka creates the Belkan Air Force, the first armed force in Strangereal to use aircraft as weapons of war. Other countries soon follow with their own air forces.[7]
  • The Osean War breaks out. Belka utilizes its new air force to perform destructive bombing raids with aircraft formerly used for reconnaissance.[7]

1910

  • The Osean War concludes.[7]

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1970s

1970

  • Anton Kupchenko enlists in the Belkan Air Force.[10]

1973

  • Dietrich Kellerman enlists in the Belkan Air Force. Silber Team is formed, and Kellerman leads Silber to break the stalemate in the Rectan Conflict, ending the war in a Belkan victory.[26][27]
  • Patrick James Beckett is born in Osea.[28]

1977

1980s

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1980

  • Erich Hillenberand enlists in the Belkan Air Force.[13]

1981

  • Belka begins drafting a ballistic missile defense program.[25] This would later manifest as Excalibur.[26]
  • Dimitri Heinreich enlists in the Belkan Air Force.[30]

1983

  • Joshua Bristow enlists in the Osean Air Defense Force.[16]

1984

1985

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1986

  • The Tyumen Dispute occurs between Kaluga and Yuktobania.[25]
    • The Battle of Zhytomyr takes place.[25] Dominic Zubov participates with the Yuktobanian Air Force 9th Air Division 112th Tactical Fighter Squadron.[26] Both Yuktobania's and Kaluga's air forces suffer heavy damage; most of the remaining Yuktobanian pilots suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder, and they, including Dominic Zubov (who did not suffer PTSD symptoms), are discharged from service.[33]
  • Anthony Palmer enlists in the Osean Air Defense Force.[18]

1987

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  • The Heum administration leads a coup d'etat in Romny.[25] Dominic Zubov assists Romny in quelling the rebellion.[26][33]
  • January 22: The X-02A's preliminary blueprints are completed.[25][34]
  • December 17: Due to increased military spending, Belka falls under a recession. A Federal Law Review is initiated, which allows the eastern territories of the country to secede. Belka's troops in those territories are withdrawn.[25][35]

1988

  • Dimitri Heinreich is promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. He becomes the flight lead of Indigo Squadron as a result.[30]
  • Rainer Altman enlists in the Belkan Air Force straight out of flight academy.[19]
  • Todd Barry joins the Osean Air Defense Force. He will later join the Sorcerer Squadron.[36]
  • Jorg Lehmann retires from the Belkan Air Force and becomes a mercenary. At the onset of the Belkan War, he will return to the country's air force.[37]
  • February 8: The northeastern Belkan territories declare their independence and establish Mons as their capital.[35][38] This would later become the country of Gebet.[25]
  • May 12: The southeastern Belkan territories are allowed to secede. The Republic of Ustio is founded in this area.[25][38] The Osean Federation is revealed to have a hand in Ustio's independence, due to interest in natural resources.[26][35]

1990s

1990

  • Fernando Perez moves to Belka, after accepting work at a weapons development lab.[40]
  • The Osean Wizard Squadron is created.[25] Its key members include Joshua Bristow, Carlos Joaquin, and Lucio Morientes.[26]
  • Detlef Fleisher enlists in the Belkan Air Force straight out of flight academy.[22]
  • Bernhard Schmidt enlists in the Belkan Air Force.[21]
  • Dietrich Kellerman retires from the Belkan Air Force and becomes a flight academy instructor.[41][27]
  • The Belkan Air Force headhunts Dominic Zubov and pay him a large sum of money to join them. He is assigned to the secretive Schwarze Team.[14][33]
  • May: Conflicts erupt between armed nature activists and Belkan security forces in Tauberg over the construction of Excalibur. Access to the entire Tauberg area is restricted as a result.[25]
  • October 8: Construction begins on an airbase near Excalibur designed to protect the facility.[25]
  • October 8:[25] The Osean Federation announces the "Rearmament Declaration of 1990", which shifts the country's armed forces across their separate branches. In one example, Austin Winters–previously a member of the Osean Army–joined the Air Force's Sorcerer Squadron.[42]
  • October 8: Estovakia abandons offshore oil mining facilities to the country's northeast.[25][43]

1991

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  • Luca Wolfrum is transferred from test pilot to the Special Operations Air Force Unit 160.[44]
  • July 29: The Osean Maritime Defense Force requests construction of the OFS Kestrel.[25][45]
  • August 29: Belka sells its northeastern lands to its neighboring countries, including FATO. Despite this, Belka's economy continues to deteriorate. The islands in the Five Great Lakes are sold to Osea,[25][38] and Osea proposes a joint development program to explore natural resources on those islands. Belka agrees, but the natural resources are too few in quantity.[35] Osea is revealed to have lied, and the international community condemns them.[46] Belka's economy worsens due to the program's failure, and anti-Osean sentiment begins growing in Belka.[26][35]
  • September 2: Yuktobania announces the development of the Scinfaxi-class submarines in a conference in Cinigrad.[25][46]
  • November 12: The incumbent Belkan government's main opposition, the Liberal Democratic Party, gain majority power. Over the next three and a half years, Belka abandons the separation of powers, and builds up the military to unprecedented heights. The V2 enters development. Natural resources are confirmed in Ustio, prompting Belka's Supreme Court to rule that the Federal Law Review was unconstitutional and the ceded territories still belong to them. The country's armed forces begin amassing at the borders.[25][35][note 3]
  • December 16: The borders around Belka are redrawn:[25][38]
    • East Belka's border is finalized.[26][38]
    • Gebet relinquishes some of its land to Recta.[26][38]
    • Ustio relinquishes a large portion of its land to Ratio.[26][38]

1992

1993

  • Konrad Neumann joins the Belkan Air Force.[51]
  • Larry Foulke loses one of his F-15C's wings during battle but returns to base safely. From then on, he always paints one wing red, and earns the "Solo Wing Pixy" nickname.[52]

1994

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  • Fernando Perez joins the Belkan Air Force's Gault Team.[40]
  • Excalibur is completed.[26]
  • Larry Foulke joins Ustio's mercenary forces.[52]
  • January: Anton Kupchenko returns to the Belkan Air Force, and he is sent to the front lines of Belka's territory expansion.[10]
  • March 21: Bernhard Schmidt, despite being hit and losing his electronic equipment, shoots down a squadron of F-15Cs.[53]
  • May 10: Detlef Fleisher shoots down three Ustio Air Force Su-27s over Area B7R. His battle skills earn him the title of "top ace".[54]
  • May 15: Fleisher shoots down five F-16Cs. His battle record earns him Belka's Silver Cross medal as well as fame across the country, and he is used as an example in Belkan Air Force propaganda.[54]
  • October: Usea's Seals Bridge University discovers an asteroid and names it 1994XF04.[25]
  • December: The Usean International Astronomical Union (IAU) discovers that the 1994XF04 asteroid—now named Ulysses—has a high probability of passing close to Earth, with a worst-case scenario of impacting the planet.[25]

1995

March 1995

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  • Anton Kupchenko and the entirety of his squadron, Gault Team, suddenly disappears without a trace.[10]
  • March 25: Belka invades all neighboring countries, triggering the Belkan War.[26][38][56]
  • March 27: Dimitri Heinreich leads Indigo Squadron into an assault on Model, Gebet. FATO's air force attempts to repel them, but Heinreich shoots down nine F-14Ds on his own within five minutes of the battle starting. Gebet and FATO fall to Belka soon after, earning Heinreich renown in Belka.[26][30]
  • March 30: Two squadrons from Ustio's 4th Air Division engage Schnee Squadron over Monte Rosa, the highest peak of the Tyrann Mountains. Erich Hillenberand, the squadron leader, shoots down six of the Ustian planes.[26][57]
  • March 30: Nearly all of Ustio falls under Belkan rule,[26] leaving only the mountain regions. By this point, Ustio hires foreign mercenaries to bolster their defenses.[38]

April 1995

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May 1995

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  • May 12: Operation Varsity: The Osean 101st and 122nd Airborne Divisions carry out a paratroop drop to capture Solis Ortus, with the help of Galm Team.[63]
  • May 13: Operation Constantine: Galm Team and the Osean ground forces liberate Directus from Belkan rule, returning Ustio to independence.[64] The national borders on the Osean continent return to their original states prior to the war's beginning.[26][56]
  • May 14–June 4: Some South Belkan cities begin peacefully surrendering to the Allied Forces. Belkan forces stationed in these areas begin a mass retreat to Sudentor. North Belka, refusing to back down, begins devising a strategy to use nuclear weapons on the Allied Forces. Wolfgang Buchner refuses to adhere to this strategy and attempts to escape the country.[26][56]
  • May 17: Operation Hell Bound: Following intel on V2, Osean forces and Ustian mercenaries begin invading Belka, starting at Mt. Ivrea, under the guise of "nuclear inspection." No nuclear ordnance is found, but the invasion presses on. Excalibur destroys some of the Allied Forces.[65]
  • May 19: Operation Dynamo: Osea attempts to capture the Schayne Plains, Belka's second line to defense. Their transport aircraft and mercenaries are attacked by Excalibur, forcing the surviving mercenaries to retreat.[66]
  • May 23: Operation Judgment: The Allied Forces mount an air assault to destroy Excalibur, involving the Galm Team and the newly-hired Crow Team. After a lengthy battle, Cipher of Galm Team destroys the weapon.[67]
  • May 28: Operation Battle-Axe: Belka attempts to reacquire Area B7R, and a large-scale battle breaks out. Galm Team enters the fray and Cipher earns the title "Demon Lord" for shooting down a large number of Belkan aircraft, securing the airspace for the Allied Forces.[68] Wolfgang Buchner successfully escapes Belka, and befriends Jack Bartlett while entering the Osean military with false papers. Both Buchner (under the alias of Peter N. Beagle) and Bartlett would later be stationed to Sand Island Air Force Base.[69]

June 1995

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  • June 1: Operation Cannibal: Osea commences the bombing of Hoffnung, supported by Galm and Crow Teams. The bombers end up performing a carpet bombing raid rather than a precision-based one, and Hoffnung is decimated.[70]
  • June 5: Battle of Waldreich: Due to the Waldreich Mountains stalling the retreating Belkan forces, Sudentor remains defended by only three regiments. The Allied Forces use this to their advantage and begin an offensive on Sudentor.[56]
  • June 5: The OADF Wizard and Sorcerer Squadrons suddenly disappear.[26]
  • June 6: Operation Ravage: Galm and Crow Teams are dispatched to assist the Allied Forces in Sudentor. While en route, a squadron of Belkan bombers carrying nuclear weapons crosses their path, heading towards Ustio. Galm and Crow switch missions and shoot down the bombers, with the assistance of Belkan separatists. Despite this, Belkan ground troops[26] detonate seven nuclear devices in the Waldreich Mountains, claiming 12,000 lives. Mentally shattered, Larry Foulke of Galm Team attempts to shoot down Cipher before leaving the battle area.[71] Due to the confusion and loss of communications, Allied and Belkan forces engage in bloody conflicts throughout the area. The Belkan forces retreating to Sudentor broke through and ended the Allied Forces' assault.[56]
  • June 13: Operation Stone Age: Patrick James Beckett (PJ), formerly Crow Team's number 3, joins Cipher as Galm 2. Cipher and PJ assault a large number of unrelenting Belkan troops holed up in Mount Schirm.[72]
  • June 20: Operation Broom: The peace treaty to end the Belkan War takes place in Lumen. Simultaneously, Galm Team carries out a top-secret operation against Belkan resistance in Anfang.[73] Some members of the Belkan military, including Dominic Zubov[74] and the Grabacr and Ofnir Squadrons, go underground to escape pursuit as war criminals. V2 continues development in secret.[56] The SOLG, with no further purpose, is abandoned in the atmosphere.[59]
  • Former Belkan soldiers create a terrorist organization called the Falcons of Dawn, and begin operations against Osea. By 2005, they have performed at least seven terrorist attacks.[75]

October 1995

December 1995

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  • December 25: Operation Valkyrie: The terrorist organization A World With No Boundaries (AWWNB) uses the XB-0 Hresvelgr–a stolen Belkan prototype–to bomb Lumen and Valais Air Base with the help of Espada Team. Galm Team intercepts and shoots down the XB-0 and Espada over the Waldreich Mountains.[26][77]
  • December 31: The Allied Forces discover AWWNB had commandeered Avalon Dam to launch a prototype V2 missile and cause mass destruction. An air assault is quickly executed:
    • Operation Thunderbolt: Galm Team shoots down AWWNB members over Area B7R on their way to Avalon.[78]
    • Operation Point Blank: Galm Team and other Allied Forces mercenaries fly through Mund Valley and arrive at Avalon. Cipher enters the dam's tunnel network to destroy the V2 control devices, while Crow and the other mercenaries engage forces in the air.[79] After all the devices are destroyed, Larry Foulke arrives in an ADFX-02 Morgan, killing PJ and engaging Cipher in a duel. Midway through the battle, Foulke launches the V2, but Cipher shoots down his Morgan and the V2 detonates harmlessly in the atmosphere.[80]

1996

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  • Waldemarr Rald, a member of Belka's Liberal Democratic Party, is discovered to have ties to A World With No Boundaries. He and his followers are ousted from Belkan politics.[81][82]
    • Florian Herzog, who became a political activist for Rald, disappears following Rald's ousting.[48]
  • Lieutenant General Blauvelt of the 6th Air Division reforms the Belkan Air Force.[81][82]
  • The surviving members of Wizard Squadron attempt to assassinate the President of Osea, supposedly in defiance of the Yuktobanian Peace Treaty. Information about the plot leaked out, and Osean Special Forces killed or captured the remaining members.[81][83]
  • Jan Voller, a POW of the Allied Forces, escapes Arkham County Prison for the first time. He will escape four additional times in the future.[84]
  • Robert Gloden retires from the Belkan Air Force.[85]
  • January: Kristof Horn's fiancee goes missing. Horn himself was filed as Missing In Action following Operation Cannibal.[86]
  • March 20: The Riass Armed Forces Chief of Staff suddenly passes away.[55][81]
  • April: Anthony Palmer is found hiding in a south Belkan city, and sent to Osea for a military trial.[18]
  • April 18: The FCU Army appoints Commander Robert Tyler as the new Riass Armed Forces Chief of Staff.[55][81]
  • April 20: The FCU President announces the existence of Ulysses 1994XF04 to the world, as well as plans to counter the asteroid.[81][87]
    • Richard Payne, Department of Defense commander, orders all overseas FCU troops to temporarily return.[81][88]
      • The 6th Fleet, including the aircraft carrier Fort Grace and Aegis ship Tea Time, retreats to its home port of Waosun.[81][88]
      • FCU troops retreat from their standoff with Erusian forces between Ugellas and Amber, forcing IUN forces to retreat as well.[81][88]
    • Secretary of State Stateson attends a meeting with other foreign ministers at the Central Usea Treaty Organization (UTO) headquarters to discuss an NMD proposal against the asteroid.[81][89]
    • In order to prevent instability from false information, Internet and mobile phone communication is restricted.[81][90]
    • Countries all over the world begin accepting refugees from Usea. Osea and Emmeria become the top destinations; Oured and Gracemeria accept the highest numbers of refugees throughout the next three years.[3]
  • April 21: Usea Today: Asteroid on Collision Course With Earth! is published.[87]

1997

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1998

March 1998

  • March 20: On the brink of defeat, the Usean Allied Forces initiate Operation Fighter's Honor, hiring the Scarface Squadron to fight back the rebel forces. Phoenix sorties to shoot down a squadron of Rebel bombers to prevent the destruction of the Usean Allied Forces's base at Twinkle Islands.[94]
  • March 31: Phoenix shoots down a Rebel reconnaissance squadron and their escort, the Lancer Squadron, over the Lambert Mountains.[95]

April 1998

May 1998

  • May 10: The Usean rebels begin retreating under the cover of jamming aircraft. Scarface Squadron shoots down the jammers, but is engaged by an unidentified red aircraft. The aircraft exits the airspace after sustaining damage from Scarface.[100]
  • May 22: Usean rebels deploy two bomber squadrons, one targeting the Twinkle Islands at high altitude[101] and the other targeting Anchorhead.[102] The Usean Allied Forces shoot down both bomber squadrons.

June 1998

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  • June: Stonehenge's construction is completed.[81]
    • Osea and Yuktobania expressed their interest in joining the construction efforts, but could not due to post-Belkan War reconstruction.[81]
  • June: Belka sends some of its ace pilots as aggressor forces for other countries' militaries. They would form the 8492nd Squadron in the Osean Air Defense Force, and the Ofnir Squadron in the Yuktobanian Air Force.[81]
  • June: The Erusian Air and Space Administration begins development on the first X-02 Wyvern model.[81]
  • June: A Usean space probe approaches Ulysses to take pictures of the asteroid.[3]
  • June 1: Scarface Squadron intercepts a Rebel refueling operation in the Chopinburg Rainforest.[103]
  • June 22: Scarface Squadron escorts a VIP rescued by the Usean Allied Forces and protects him from Rebel fighters.[104]

July 1998

  • July: Analysis of the space probe's images reveal that Ulysses has a hollow center, and the IAU revises their damage range estimates, which now include the Anean continent. The FCU determines that Stonehenge, whose construction was completed a month prior, cannot be modified in time.[3]
    • Many citizens of Anean countries begin mass demonstrations against the FCU's decision, which jeopardizes their continent.[3]
    • Estovakia's armed forces begin developing Chandelier in a frantic attempt to counter Ulysses.[105]
  • July 7: The Usean Allied Forces detect the formerly-Allied 2nd Fleet, led by the Arquette, en route to attack them. They deploy Scarface Squadron to destroy the fleet and its escorting Rebel fighters, Cocoon Squadron. Another unidentified red aircraft engages Scarface, but retreats again after sustaining battle damage.[106]
  • July 18: Phoenix performs a solo flight through Seals Bridge Ravine to destroy the Fensalir, a Dragonet-class submarine that disappeared at the start of the conflict. Phoenix successfully destroys the submarine.[107]
  • July 21: Scarface Squadron rescues the Allied Pennant Squadron from a Rebel ambush east of Scofield Plateau. A third unidentified red aircraft enters the airspace and shoots down one of the Pennant pilots. Phoenix engages and destroys the unidentified aircraft.[108]

August 1998

  • August 3: The Usean Allied Forces commences Operation Alphaville, a large-scale counteroffensive in southeastern Usea. Allied aircraft escort the 4th Fleet through the Payton Channel to commence an attack on a Rebel base.[109]
  • August 4: The Usean Allied Forces commences Operation Bellissima, a large-scale counteroffensive in northern Usea. Allied ground and air forces rescue Cassiopea, an AWACS that had been shot down.[110]
  • August 13: As part of Operation Bellissima, Cassiopea's crew provides vital data on a Rebel plan to fire ballistic missiles towards major Usean cities. The Usean Allied Forces disable the missile silos in Faith Park Gorge, preventing the missile launch.[111]
  • August 16: As part of Operation Alphaville, the Usean Allied Forces infiltrate and disable Turntable, a large geothermal plant providing power to Saint Ark's defenses.[112]
  • August 30
    • As part of Operation Alphaville, the Usean Allied Forces prevent the Rebels from launching and weaponizing an anti-asteroid laser. Beast Squadron returns and attempts, but fails, to destroy the Allied units.[113]
    • As part of Operation Bellissima, the Usean Allied Forces destroy the Rebels' last line of defense in Snider's Top, opening a path to Saint Ark. Albireo Squadron attempts, but fails, to destroy the Allied units.[114]

September 1998

  • September 7
    • Following the success of Operations Alphaville and Bellissima, Scarface Squadron performs a preemptive strike against Rebel forces in their command center at Saint Ark. Another unidentified red aircraft, equipped with new jamming technology, impedes Scarface; Phoenix shoots down the aircraft and weakens the Rebel forces, allowing Allied forces to retake the city.[115]
    • Three hours after Scarface's strike on Saint Ark, another Dragonet-class submarine, the Folkvangr, appears offshore. Phoenix destroys the submarine, but not before it launches a ballistic missile towards Saint Ark. Phoenix shoots down the missile before it causes any damage.[116]
  • September 18: The Usean rebels attempt to fire an ICBM from Fortress Intolerance towards Yuktobania to spark a world war and escape in the chaos. Scarface Squadron is deployed to destroy the fortress and stop the attack. An unidentified red aircraft of an unknown model attempts to defend the fortress, but Phoenix shoots it down. Scarface destroys the fortress's defenses, and Phoenix enters the fortress to destroy the ICBM itself. Allied ground troops infiltrate the fortress and detain the Rebel leaders. The Usean Continental War is officially brought to an end.[117]

1999

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  • Ehren Ziegler reveals his highly-revered painting, "Demon Lord", at the Cinigrad Art Festival.[118]
  • A Belkan commanding officer reveals that Amy Pitt was a double agent for the Osean Central Intelligence Agency. She was put under Level 1 surveillance.[119]
  • February: The OFS Kestrel is handed over to the Osean Maritime Defense Force.[45]
  • March 27: The OFS Kestrel is officially commissioned.[45]
  • July 3: Ulysses 1994XF04 passes Earth's Roche limit and begins to separate into numerous fragments.[120]
  • July 8–20: The first Ulysses fragments impact the Earth.[120]
    • Usea: 500,000 people die in the first two weeks, and many more become displaced refugees. Many countries, including the FCU, begin discussing refugee acceptance policies.[120]
    • Emmeria: The country is barely affected through the prolific use of underground shelters.[81]
    • Estovakia: Due to the limited timeframe and Chandelier's complex design, the railgun was not completed in time.[105] As a result, Estovakia suffers considerable human loss and is driven into a state of economic collapse.[81]
    • Osea and Yuktobania jointly develop the Arkbird to remove the remaining space debris left behind by Ulysses. By 2008, the Arkbird has removed 80% of space debris in the atmosphere.[81][121]
  • September 3: Yoko Martha Inoue is born on the Usean continent.[122]

2000s

2000

  • Emmeria begins sending aid to Estovakia to help the country rebuild after Ulysses. However, Estovakia's central government loses power to regional factions, which regularly plunder the humanitarian aid. Emmeria temporarily suspends the aid program.[124]
  • January 17: Simon Orestes Cohen is born on the Usean continent.[125]
  • April: Erusea stops accepting refugees, triggering the Usean Refugee Dispute. Refugees begin gathering at the borders, and Erusea moves them to camps, where disease and crime are rampant. The international Usean community is outraged and begins boycotting Erusian products. The Central Usea Treaty Organization places economic sanctions on Erusea, worsening its economy.[81][126]

2002

  • Andrew Barry completes his prison sentence for his part in Gault Team's membership of A World With No Boundaries. He returns to Osea and works alongside Professor James Dawkins as an OADF adviser.[127]

2003

2004

  • Vincent Harling becomes the 48th President of Osea,[81] earning over 44 million votes.[132] His election ushers in a period of heightened peace between Osea and Yuktobania.[133]
  • The "Preparatory Agency for the Republic of Anea" is founded, aiming to merge the countries of Emmeria, Estovakia, and Nordennavic into one single "Republic of Anea".[124]
  • ISAF creates a new field HQ at North Point.[81]
  • September 19: Operation Umbrella: Erusea attempts to bomb ISAF's HQ at North Point, but the bomber squadron is shot down by ISAF pilots.[134]
  • October 5: Operation Harvest: ISAF pilots pre-emptively assault Erusian bombers stationed at Rigley Air Base.[135]
  • October 10: Operation White Out: ISAF pilots destroy Mt. Shezna radar stations in northern Usea, allowing the remaining ISAF troops to perform a mass retreat.[81][136]
  • October 10–November 7: Erusea's Aegir Fleet, stationed at Comberth Harbor, begins preparations for a naval attack on North Point.[137]
  • November 7: Operation Hunting Hawk: ISAF begins an assault on Erusea's Aegir Fleet to prevent it from attacking North Point. ISAF pilots shoot down Erusian transports and electronic warfare aircraft in the vicinity of Comberth as the first stage.[137]
  • November 19: Operation Early Bird: ISAF pilots perform an assault on Erusea's Petrochemical Complex, to freeze the ships docked at Comberth Harbor. Yellow Squadron intervenes, but ISAF's attack was successful.[138]
  • November 23: Operation Rough Seas: ISAF pilots perform a direct assault on the immobilized Aegir Fleet, completely destroying it,[81] and Erusea's invasion of North Point is halted indefinitely.[133][139]
  • December 16: Operation Blackout: ISAF pilots cripple an Erusian solar power generator plant. However, many of the pilots are killed by Stonehenge fire.[140]
  • December 31: Operation Countdown: ISAF attempts to launch a recon satellite from the Comona Islands. ISAF and Erusian pilots enter a massive furball, and Mobius 1 shoots down a group of bombers sent to destroy the facility. The rocket launch succeeds.[81][141]

2005

  • January 24: Operation Bunker Shot: ISAF performs a ground assault on three southern Usean beaches, out of Stonehenge's radius. With the help of close air support, a beachhead is established.[81][142]
  • February 28: Operation Woodpecker: ISAF pilots pre-emptively strike against Erusian forces stationed at Istas Fortress. Despite fire from Stonehenge, the Erusians are heavily damaged, allowing ISAF ground troops to quickly take over the area and liberate Los Canas.[81][143]
  • March 14: Operation Noah's Ark: Erusian pilots attack two Air Ixiom flights (701 and 702) carrying engineers who worked on Stonehenge. Mobius 1 is sent on an emergency sortie to defend the aircraft. They land safely at an ISAF base, and the engineers provide valuable intel on Stonehenge's defenses.[81][133][144]
  • April 2: Operation Stone Crusher: ISAF launches a second aerial assault on Stonehenge. With the engineers' intel, Mobius 1 destroys the jamming facility in the center of Stonehenge and proceeds to destroy all seven active railguns. Yellow Squadron arrives late to the airspace, and Mobius 1 shoots down Yellow 4, forcing them to retreat.[81][145]
  • May 7: Operation Blindman's Bluff: An ISAF U-2 is prevented from returning to safe territory by jammers in Gnome Ravine. Mobius 1 sorties and eliminates the jamming, as well as Erusian reinforcements sent to shoot down the U-2.[146] The spy plane brings back data on Megalith, a weapon that can drop asteroids from orbit onto the planet,[147] which is under hasty construction.[146]
  • June 18: Operation Aurora: Cruise missiles are fired towards ISAF ground troops in the north. Mobius 1 sorties and shoots down all cruise missiles, allowing the ground troops to continue their advance.[81][148]
  • July 10: Operation Firefly: ISAF launches a large-scale assault on Erusian forces stationed at San Salvacion to liberate the city. With cooperation from the local Resistance, the city is swiftly liberated. Erusian forces are pushed back to their own country, and ISAF begins invading Erusian territory.[81][149]
  • August 15: Operation Sandstorm: ISAF engages the Erusian ground troops using the Whiskey Corridor as their final line of defense before Erusea's capital, Farbanti. With the help of close air support from Mobius 1 and the other ISAF pilots, the Erusians are forced to retreat to the capital.[81][150]
  • September 7–November 25: Brett Thompson interviews several Belkan War veterans for his documentary, "Warriors and the Belkan War",[151][152] which airs on the Osean Broadcasting Corporation.[81]
  • September 19: Operation Autumn Thunder: ISAF forces lay siege to the Erusian capital, Farbanti. Yellow Squadron sorties to defend the city, but Mobius 1 shoots down all of them, including Yellow 13. Helicopters carrying some top Erusian officials are also shot down. ISAF takes control of the Erusian headquarters. The Erusian Supreme Commander is found dead in a helicopter that didn't take off, where his wife and daughter were taking refuge. Erusea accepts the terms of surrender, and the Second Usean Continental War is brought to a close.[81][153]
  • September 19–26: A group of rebellious Erusian officers takes control of the completed Megalith.[81] Fifteen Erusian flight school students seize Su-37 Terminators and paint them in the Yellow Squadron livery out of respect for their fallen comrades.[154] Megalith is quickly activated to exact revenge on ISAF.[147]
  • September 26: Operation Judgement Day: ISAF creates an emergency assault plan to destroy Megalith. ISAF's pilots are all reformed into the single, new Mobius Squadron. With support from ISAF ground troops, Mobius 1 enters the facility to destroy its power generators, as well as a large missile stored in Megalith's central silo. The entire facility is destroyed, and Mobius 1 and the ground forces escape unharmed.[81][147]
  • ISAF forms a provisional autonomous government within Erusea.[81]
  • November 30: Brett Thompson records footage around Avalon Dam, which has been covered in water once more. He also records footage of PJ's makeshift grave.[152]

2006

  • September 20–24:[81][155] Operation Katina begins. A terrorist organization, Free Erusea, attacks ISAF across the entire Usean continent. Analysis of the continental war shows that Mobius 1's combat capabilities are equal to that of an entire ISAF squadron. As such, Mobius 1 is sent with AWACS SkyEye to quell the rebellion.[156]
  • In their final stand, Free Erusea attempts to use modified UAV X-02 Wyverns to shoot down Mobius 1, to no avail. Mobius 1 destroys the X-02s, and Free Erusea is neutralized.[81][156][note 4]

2007

2008

Arkbird G7 Summit
  • Osean President Harling is re-elected to a second term with over 48.5 million votes.[132]
  • August 21: The G7 Summit is held on the Arkbird.[81] Anea, the FCU, Osea, Yuktobania, Verusa, the Nordlands, and Erusea's interim government attend the summit.[121][133]
    • Topics such as global arms reduction and nuclear non-proliferation are discussed. These discussions lead to the signing of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), as well as the Second Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START2).[121][133]
    • A resolution is drafted to address the Usean continent's refugee disaster following the Ulysses planetfall and the 2003–2005 continental war.[121][133]
  • Due to the ongoing Estovakian Civil War, the "Republic of Anea" project is indefinitely frozen, and all three Anean countries return to individual status.[124]
  • The LUF defeats the Independent Tariff Foundation and holds control of half of Estovakia. Their advance is stalled due to the sudden expansion of the front lines. The Eastern Faction absorbs the Island Coalition and the Northern Highlands Faction, leaving the LUF and the Eastern Faction as the remaining two belligerents in the war.[157]
  • The Eastern Faction takes over the oil facility abandoned in 1990 and builds a large complex there to house the future P-1112 Aigaion.[43]

2010

  • Emmeria discontinues their aid program to Estovakia due to the country's ongoing civil war.[124]
  • The population of Osea's capital, Oured, reaches 7.65 million.[158]
  • Yuktobanian warmongers, under the Grey Men's influence, perform a silent coup d'etat and remove Prime Minister Nikanor from power. Nikanor is moved to an internment camp in the Pobeda Peninsula.[59]
  • May 19: Keith Bryan is born on the Usean continent.[159]

September 2010

Bartlett F-4G Intro
  • September 23: Wardog Squadron, in the midst of a training mission, engages several unidentified bandits over Sand Island. Most rookies and two trainers are killed; flight lead Captain Jack Bartlett, reporter Albert Genette, and trainee 2nd Lt. Kei Nagase are the only survivors.[81][160]
  • September 24: Operation Lagoon: An SR-71 of unknown origin is damaged by Osean SAM defenses. Wardog Squadron intercepts the aircraft but is engaged by more unidentified bandits. Against official orders, Captain Bartlett orders 2nd Lts. Nagase, Blaze, and Alvin H. Davenport to shoot down the aircraft. All four escape the battle unharmed.[81][161]
  • September 27
    • Operation Gyre: An unidentified vessel is detected west of Sand Island, launching reconnaissance UAVs. Wardog Squadron destroys the UAVs, and are yet again engaged by unidentified bandits. They shoot down all bandits,[81] but Captain Bartlett is shot down by the vessel and forced to bail out.[133][162]
    • Yuktobania declares war on Osea.[81][162]
    • Bombing of St. Hewlett: Yuktobanian aircraft attempt to bomb Osea's naval port at St. Hewlett, including the docked OFS Kestrel. Blaze assumes temporary command of Wardog Squadron. Wardog assists the Kestrel and her carrier aircraft (including flight lead Captain Marcus Snow) in escaping the port unharmed.[81][163]
    • Bombing of Sand Island: Yuktobanian bombers attempt to destroy Sand Island. The base is heavily damaged, but Wardog begins to repel the attack. Airman First Class Hans Grimm—a trainee on base—joins Wardog Squadron. Wardog leader Lt.Col. Ford attempts to land, but is shot down. Wardog shoots down the rest of the aircraft, and Blaze becomes the permanent squadron leader.[164]
  • September 30: Operation Whalebird: Three of Osea's carriers - the OFS Kestrel, Vulture, and Buzzard attempt to rendezvous at Eaglin Straits. The Scinfaxi launches aircraft to destroy them, but Wardog Squadron and the carrier squadrons repel their attack. The Scinfaxi then sinks the Vulture and Buzzard and shoots down most of their carrier aircraft using burst missiles. Wardog retreats to Heierlark Air Force Base. Osea decides to use the Arkbird to combat the Scinfaxi.[81][165]
  • September 31: Wardog Squadron departs from Heierlark with flights of rookie pilots. Due to the rookies' inability to perform mid-air refueling, they and Wardog land at every base on the way to Sand Island.[166]

October 2010

  • October 3: Operation Silver Bridge: Yuktobanian aircraft attempt to capture—and, failing that, destroy—the Osean Basset Space Center while it attempts to launch a new laser module for the Arkbird. Wardog defends the base from attack, and the launch is successful.[167]
  • October 4: Operation Vanguard: Yuktobanian naval forces attempt to capture Sand Island. After Wardog and the rookies repel most of the attack, the Scinfaxi begins firing burst missiles. The Arkbird uses its new laser module to neutralize most missiles, but they begin to overwhelm the Arkbird and one burst missile shoots down all of the rookies. The Arkbird fires a laser on the Scinfaxi, allowing Wardog to sink it.[81][168] All Wardog pilots are promoted one rank.[169]
  • October 22: Akerson Hill Incident:[81] While on patrol, Wardog encounters Mother Goose One, a transport plane carrying President Harling, attempting to secretly fly to North Point for peace talks. Yuktobanian aircraft attempt to shoot down the transport, but Wardog defends the transport. After suffering damage from friendly SAM defenses, Mother Goose One performs an emergency landing. The 8492nd Squadron relieves Wardog,[169] but secretly kidnap the President[133][170] (and supposedly kill all other passengers).
  • Vice President Appelrouth holds command of Osea in President Harling's absence.[133]
  • October 25: Explosives hidden in a supply shipment from Earth render the Arkbird inoperable.[81][171]

November 2010

  • November 1: Operation Footprint: Osea begins planning a large-scale invasion of Yuktobania. Osean ground forces secure the southern coast of the Bastok Peninsula with air support from Wardog Squadron.[81][172]
  • November 2: Operation Hammerblow: Yuktobania performs an aerial evacuation from the Bastok Peninsula. Wardog Squadron intervenes and destroys the retreating transport aircraft over Dresdene.[173] At the same time, the 8492nd Squadron—hidden from radar—attacks a Yuktobanian civilian engineering college. Wardog is blamed for the attack, and the pilots are sent to Oured for questioning.[133][173]
  • November 4: Yuktobanian forces perform two simultaneous terrorist attacks on Osean civilians in retribution for the Dresdene attack. Wardog Squadron and the Capital District Air Defense Squadron shut down the attacks.
  • November 7: Osea performs two strike missions deep within Yuktobanian territory.
  • November 14: Operation Long Harpoon: Osean ground forces commence their large-scale invasion into Yuktobania. The Hrimfaxi, Yuktobania's second Scinfaxi-class submarine, fires burst missiles on the ground forces from the Razgriz Straits. Wardog destroys the Hrimfaxi, earning them the nickname "Demons of Razgriz".[133][178]
  • November 17: Operation Backhaul: Osea discovers a POW camp in Yuktobanian territory. Wardog supports the Sea Goblin Marine Corps unit in rescuing the POWs. 1st Lt. Kei Nagase is shot down, but poor weather forces Wardog and Sea Goblin to escape the area. All Wardog pilots are promoted one rank.[179]
  • November 18: Operation Stray Sheep: Wardog and Sea Goblin perform a successful rescue operation for Captain Kei Nagase.[180]
  • November 25: Osean ground forces invade the Jilachi Desert in a multi-front attack. Wardog Squadron assisted one of the fronts.
    • Operation Desert Arrow: In the northern region of the desert, Osean bombers destroy Yuktobania's field HQ and Osean tanks capture an airfield southwest of the HQ. A Yuktobanian AWACS is shot down during the operation.[181]
    • Operation Desert Blitz: Osean tanks capture oil facilities in the southern part of the desert, as well as a nearby airfield. The Yuktobanian battleship Upor is sunk during the operation.[182]
  • November 29: Operation Supercircus: Vice President Appelrouth holds a ceremony in November City. Wardog performs a flyby and patrols the area, but Yuktobanian aircraft enter the airspace attempting to destroy the stadium. The 8492nd Squadron attempts to prevent reinforcements from supporting Wardog. Captain Alvin H. Davenport is shot down and killed in the battle. The remaining Wardog pilots repel the attack until reinforcements arrive.[133][183]

December 2010

Cruik Fortress from above
  • December 1–5: Osean ground forces attempt, twice, to capture Cruik Fortress. Both attempts are unsuccessful due to the fortress defenses as well as AA guns and skilled Yuktobanian pilots shooting down the supporting squadrons.[184]
  • December 6: Operation Doodlebug: Osea performs a third attempt at capturing Cruik Fortress with Wardog Squadron supporting the ground forces. The operation is successful, and Osean ground forces begin mobilizing to capture Cinigrad.[133][184] While attempting a mid-air refuel, Wardog is ambushed by the 8492nd Squadron, revealed to be Belkan spies. They escape the airspace to return to Sand Island and report the incident.[185]
  • December 7: Escape from Sand Island: Belkan spies convince Allen C. Hamilton, the adjutant Sand Island base commander, to report Wardog as traitors. Wardog, as well as Buchner, Genette, and Davenport's dog Kirk (in Buchner's care) escape the island. The 8492nd Squadron pursues Wardog but loses them over the Solo Islands. Captain Snow and Sea Goblin help Wardog escape to the Kestrel Fleet.[133][186]
  • December 8: The OFS Andromeda picks up a secret Belkan message revealing the location of President Harling. Captain Nicholas A. Andersen—the Kestrel's commander—and Buchner explain the situation to Wardog.[187]
  • December 9: Operation Keynote: Captain Snow is assigned to the position of Wardog 3. Wardog and Sea Goblin rescue President Harling from Belkan captivity. Harling reforms Wardog Squadron into the new Razgriz Squadron.[133][170]
  • December 10: The OFS Andromeda picks up a mysterious Yuktobanian transmission. It contains coordinates to a location in Belka; a date; a time; and the votes President Harling won in his elections, indicating the message was for him.[132]
  • December 11: Operation Silvereye: Blaze solely flies over the area in the transmission at the specified time, evading radar detection. He takes reconnaissance photos of a mine shaft as well as Belkan aggressors, including the 8492nd Squadron. They take off immediately and attempt to shoot him down as he escapes, but Nagase, Snow, and Grimm intervene and force the Belkans to retreat.[188]
  • December 12: Operation Deepsix: Analysis of the photos indicates that the Belkans were unearthing unused nuclear weapons from the mine shaft. Razgriz fires on the rock bed above the mine entrance, blockading the entrance and burying the weapons underground. The number of nukes already unearthed remains unknown.[189]
  • December 16: Operation Riverbed: The OFS Andromeda intercepts another mysterious Yuktobanian transmission, specifying a location in Yuktobania. Razgriz enters the area and discovers that a resistance group has acquired one of the Belkan nukes. Razgriz defends the resistance from Yuktobanian attack as they dismantle the nuke, and shoot down the Ofnir Squadron, the Belkan squadron hiding in the country. Captain Bartlett is revealed to have been sending the messages.[190]
Astronaut witnessing the fall of the Arkbird
  • December 19: Operation Game Bird: The Arkbird, now sabotaged by Belka, attempts to perform a nuclear attack on Okchabursk. Osean astronaut John Harvard escapes, and Razgriz Squadron shoots down the Arkbird over the Ceres Ocean.[133][191]
  • December 23: Operation Crossroad: Captain Bartlett and the "Major", alongside the Yuktobanian resistance, break Yuktobanian Prime Minister Nikanor out of the internment camp he was held in.[133] Razgriz supports Bartlett, the Major, and Nikanor in escaping to the Kestrel. The 8492nd Squadron—fully revealed to be the Grabacr Squadron—attempts to intervene, but Razgriz shoots all of them down.[192] The Major reveals that the "abandoned" SOLG has received recent development, and hands the Kestrel Fleet's personnel an encrypted disc containing the Grey Men's ultimate plans.[59]
  • December 23–29: President Harling and Sea Goblin invade Oured[193] and defeat the Osean warmongers holding power over the country, including Vice President Appelrouth, restoring Harling's power.[194]
  • December 29: Operation Glory Horn: The Kestrel Fleet crosses paths with a Yuktobanian fleet. Prime Minister Nikanor calls for peace, and some Yuke vessels choose to join the Kestrel Fleet but are fired upon by the other Yuke vessels. Razgriz launches to defend their friendly ships, and an Osean fleet enters the area, firing on the Kestrel Fleet for joining forces with Yuktobanians. Razgriz sinks all forces carrying acts of aggression against their allies.[133][195]
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Observatory-SOLGTracking
  • December 30
    • Razgriz Squadron discovers that the Grey Men plan to use a V2 to wipe out major cities in either Osea or Yuktobania and that it would be docked to the now-operational SOLG. The OFS Andromeda tracks the Belkan transmission link on the Arkbird to Gründer Industries, a former Belkan manufacturer in North Osea.[196]
    • Kestrel disaster: A submarine of unknown origin fires on the OFS Kestrel during Razgriz Squadron's briefing. Razgriz performs an emergency launch, and all crew abandons ship.[133][194][197]
    • President Harling and Prime Minister Nikanor hold a joint press conference at Bright Hill, Oured, officially ending the Circum-Pacific War.[133][194]
    • Battle of Sudentor: Razgriz Squadron, assisted by friendly Osean and Yuktobanian forces, performs an assault on Gründer Industries and the Osean and Yuktobanian warmongers attempting to acquire a nuclear weapon from them. Razgriz enters a large tunnel Gründer had built to connect North Osea (South Belka) with North Belka. With Bartlett's help, Razgriz destroys the SOLG control systems hidden in the tunnel. Hamilton, having chased Razgriz down the tunnel, is killed by ricocheting aircraft that chased Bartlett.[133][196] A fail-safe system onboard the SOLG programs it to fall towards Oured.[198]
RazgrizAbove
  • December 31: Operation Arcadia: Razgriz Squadron scrambles from Oured to intercept and destroy the SOLG. Ofnir and Grabacr Squadrons attempt to stop them, but all members of both squadrons are killed in battle. Razgriz destroys the SOLG's core components, causing its V2 to detonate harmlessly over Oured.[133][199]

2011

  • An airshow is held at November City. The ADFX-01 Morgan, X-02 Wyvern, and ADF-01 FALKEN star at the show.[200]

2012

2013

Estovakian Civil War Over
  • Osea holds a Council Meeting where President Harling announces that all documents on the Circum-Pacific War would be released in 2020.[202]
  • Emmeria's census takes place, recording the country's population at 110 million people.[5]
  • January 15–22: The LUF launches a large-scale land and sea assault on the Eastern Faction in order to end the war. The LUF initially overwhelms the Eastern Faction with superior numbers, but the latter deploys the Aigaion, Vampire Team, and Strigon Team. The momentum is reversed, and 80% of the LUF is destroyed within one week.[157]
  • The LUF retreats to western Estovakia while resisting the Eastern Faction, but suffer another defeat near the Estovakia-Emmeria border. Lieutenant General Lyes is killed in this battle, and the civil war ends with the Eastern Faction as the victor. Former faction leaders create a new central government party known as The Generals, led by Gustav Dvornik, the former leader of the Eastern Faction. Estovakia's post-Ulysses reconstruction begins anew.[157]
  • November: Estovakian Foreign Minister Isaac Arensky is attacked while trying to visit Emmeria and remains unconscious in grave condition. Some suspect former Eastern Faction members, including Prime Minister Jacob Šuker, were behind the attack. Estovakian authorities assert that former LUF members were the culprits.[124]
  • December 2: Foreign Minister Arensky passes away.[124]

2014

2015

  • April: Yuktobanian spy satellites discover the P-1112 Aigaion and track it to the northeastern complex built in 2008.[43]
  • August 30: Invasion of Gracemeria: The Estovakian Air Force suddenly attacks Emmeria's capital, Gracemeria, beginning the Emmeria-Estovakia War. The Republic of Emmeria Air Force begins to repel the Estovakian forces, but Estovakia deploys the P-1112 Aigaion's Nimbus missiles and Strigon Team. Emmeria suffers heavy losses and retreats, abandoning Gracemeria.[203]
  • September: Battle of San Loma: Estovakian forces lay siege to San Loma, capturing the city with the help of the Aigaion's Nimbus missiles and Strigon Team. The city is lost to Estovakian forces, and Emmerian forces continue their retreat west.[43]
  • November: Most of Emmeria's remaining forces retreat to Khesed Island. The Aigaion temporarily ceases Nimbus missile operations.[43]
  • November 12: Victor Voychek arrives in Estovakian-held Gracemeria to gather intelligence on the city on behalf of the Estovakian government.[204]
  • November 24: Bombing of Vitoze: A large formation of Estovakian bombers attempts to destroy Emmeria's remaining forces on Khesed Island, but the Emmerian Air Force intercepts shoots down all bombers.[205]
  • November 27: Battle of Sipli Field: Emmeria begins a counterattack by eliminating Estovakian forces controlling Sipli Field.[206]
  • December 27: Battle of Bartolomeo Fortress: Emmerian forces liberate Bartolomeo Fortress from Estovakian forces, regaining control over the entirety of Khesed Island.[207]

2016

  • January 23: Emmeria begins mobilizing tanks within hovercraft for its landing operation.[208]
  • January 26
  • February 7: Standoff in Silvat Town: The Emmerian Air Force rescues numerous ground troops trapped in Silvat Town by Estovakian forces, boosting Emmeria's counterattack strength.[211]
  • February 12: Battle of Selumna Peak: Emmerian ground forces attempt to traverse the Selumna Peaks, and while they are successful, the Emmerian Air Force is forced to retreat due to another Nimbus missile attack from the Aigaion.[212]
  • February 15: Liberation of San Loma: Emmeria recaptures San Loma in order to launch a springboard to destroy the Aigaion.[213]
  • February 20: Assault on the Aerial Fleet: The Emmerian Air Force, led by Garuda Team, shoots down and destroys the Aigaion and the entire Aerial Fleet.[214]
  • February 22: Ilya Pasternak arrives in Estovakian-held Gracemeria to lead the Strigon Team.[215]
  • March 6: Battle of Ragno Fortress: Emmeria recaptures Grageo Canyon, opening a route toward Gracemeria.[216]
  • March 25
    • Battle of the Moloch Desert: Emmerian forces break through Estovakia's last line of defense in Moloch Desert, but are forced to retreat when Estovakia reveals its scorched earth policy to use chemical weapons on Gracemeria.[217]
    • Estovakia begins large-scale demolition in Gracemeria to build fortifications around the city in preparation for a ground battle.[218]
    • Voychek and several Emmerian children (and the Golden King statue) are trapped in the catacombs underneath the castle in Gracemeria.[218]
  • March 26
    • Fort Norton infiltration: Emmeria sends Garuda Team to destroy Estovakia's chemical agent catalyst while it's in transport near Fort Norton. Garuda Team is ambushed by a battalion of aircraft, but then saved by the rest of the Emmerian Air Force.[219]
    • Voychek breaks the seal on digital documents he was entrusted with and discovers Estovakia's final mandate for the war, in which Chandelier will be used to destroy Gracemeria.[220]
  • March 31
    • Operation Free Gracemeria: Emmerian forces launch a large-scale offensive to liberate Gracemeria from Estovakian control. After most Estovakian forces are defeated, Ilya Pasternak enters the airspace and engages Garuda Team with a barrage of UAV-45s and his unique CFA-44 Nosferatu. Talisman shoots down and kills Pasternak, and Gracemeria is declared liberated.[221]
    • Sergeant Louis McKnight and his tank crew accidentally free Voychek and the children. They take them and the Golden King statue through Gracemeria, raising the civilians' spirits.[222]
    • Gracemeria cruise missile attack: The Emmerian Air Force performs a patrol operation over Gracemeria. During the patrol, cruise missiles began attacking the city, supported by Estovakian stealth fighters. Emmerian air and ground forces repelled the attack.[223]
    • Voychek is convinced by Ludmila Tolstaya to defect and share the data on Chandelier, including its vulnerable points, with the Emmerian military.[224]
  • April 1: Battle of Sonne Island: The Emmerian Air Force performs a blind operation to destroy Chandelier, but they receive assisting data from Voychek provided by the Emmeria Independence Radio. The Air Force destroys Chandelier's cooling units, weakening the railgun. Marcus Lampert gathers data on Chandelier's backup cooling unit, and crashes after sustaining anti-aircraft fire. Talisman destroys the backup unit and Chandelier's core, causing the railgun to fall apart.[225]
  • May 11: Ludmila Tolstaya and Toscha Mijasik are married in an Emmerian prison camp.[226]
  • May 16–22: A treaty is signed to end the Emmeria-Estovakia War.[226]
  • August 30: Erich Jager is born on the Usean continent.[227]

2019

2020

  • Leasath invades their southern neighbor, Aurelia, triggering the Aurelian War.
    • Falco Squadron is quickly dispatched to defend Phuku Lagolla Air Base from an oncoming bomber squadron, successfully preventing the attack.[230]
    • As the war progresses, Aurelian forces defend Base Sallqa and Challwa from enemy attacks.[231][232][233]
    • Falco Squadron retakes Area Z2K, securing a vital air route for Aurelian forces.[234] The squadron later attacks and destroys a vital supply facility behind Leasath's frontline.[235]
    • With the loss of Area Z2K, Leasath attempts to capture Port Patterson. Falco Squadron is dispatched to defend an Aurelian fleet en route to reinforce Griswall, destroying all Leasathian forces in the process.[236]
    • The Gandr, Leasath's experimental airborne fortress, eliminates the fleet with an SWBM. Falco Squadron engages and destroys the Gandr. The fleet's destruction dealt a major blow to Aurelia's navy, allowing Leasath to capture Griswall. Base Sallqa is also destroyed during this time.[237]
    • With Aurelia suffering a substantial defeat, Leasath overruns the country within 10 days.[237]
    • Aurelia begins a counterattack with Gryphus Squadron leading the offensive. Despite taking losses from the Gleipnir, the squadron successfully recaptures Puna Base and Port Patterson.[238][239][240]
    • Aurelia's counterattack continues, rescuing allied forces and recapturing territory on the southern edge of the country.[241][242][243]
    • Gryphus One destroys the Gleipnir over Santa Elva, reinvigorating Aurelia's forces and continuing the country's counterattack.[244]
    • Aurelian forces continue pushing through the country, destroying Leasath forces along the way to Griswall.[245][246][247][248]
    • In coordination with the Aurelian Liberation Corps, the Aurelian military destroys the Meson Cannon and liberates Griswall, regaining control over the entire country.[249]
    • Leasath prepares to deploy the Fenrir against Aurelia. The Aurelian military launches an offensive on Leasath's islands to the east of the mainland to weaken Fenrir.[250][251]
    • Aurelia performs a final operation to destroy Archelon Fortress and the Fenrir units. Gryphus One shoots down all Fenrir units, including one within Archelon Fortress's tunnels.[252]
  • Albert Genette investigates the Aurelian War, discovering that Leasath's leader, Diego Gaspar Navarro, orchestrated the war to increase arms sales and turn a profit since his arms sales had decreased after the end of the Leasath Civil War.[252]
  • Osea declassifies and releases all documents related to the Circum-Pacific War.[202]

2021

2023

  • ITTC, which was formerly government-operated, becomes a private company.[12]

2024

2028

2029

2030

  • A large number of General Resource research and development staff transfer to Neucom Incorporated, greatly expanding their potential in the years to come.[255]
  • June 14:[256] Yoko begins deadcopy experiments with Dision, but she and the human version of Dision are killed by General Resource.[254]

2031

  • At the young age of nine years old, Rena Hirose joins General Resource as a pilot.[253] This attracts widespread media attention, portraying her as a "tragic heroine" due to her illness.[254]
  • ITTC launches videomail and videophone services.[12]

2032

  • Neucom begins development on a satellite network.[254]
  • General Resource launches the Data Swallow operating system, which features direct connections into the electrosphere and all of the information stored there.[257] Data Swallow comes pre-packaged with many programs, including ITTC's video services which quickly become the world's standard communication system.[12]
  • July 21: Rena Hirose completes her first flight in the X-49 Night Raven.[258]

2033

  • General Resource management dissolves the Darkness of Enigma program and cancels all future development on the X-49 Night Raven.[254] The X-49 development team is absorbed by Neucom, which uses the development insight from Darkness of Enigma to develop the XR-900 Geopelia.[259]

2034

  • Neucom absorbs multiple telecommunications and software companies[255], rapidly progressing development on their satellite network.[254] Neucom's rapid scientific development is seen as inhumane by the general public.[255][260]

2035

  • Neucom performs an experiment with nanotechnology, but various areas on Usea are accidentally damaged by the Nano-Bytes.[254][260][261]

2036

  • Disputes escalate between Neucom and General Resource.[254] General Resource imposes sanctions on Neucom and begins to slander their name, further ruining their public image.[260]
  • General Resource attempt to create a geodesic dome in the Sandbury Desert. However, due to equipment accidents, the project was canceled. Neucom has since taken over the area for their biotechnology plant.[257]

2037

2038

  • Armed conflict begins to break out between Neucom and General Resource.[254][260]

2039

  • Neucom completes construction of Megafloat.[254]

2040

2090

  • All of the world's governments unite to provide a solution to Earth's human population reaching its saturation point. They form the United Government with its own branches of military, including an organized space force.[262] This is the point where the United Galaxy Space Force series begins.

Footnotes

  1. In the 21st century, both Melissa Herman and the Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation Complete Guide state that Aurelius II came to power "600 years ago", implying the 15th century.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 See Acepedia:Canon § Ace Combat Zero birth years.
  3. Aces At War claims that the LDP's power gain began vaguely in 1992 rather than specifically on November 12, 1991.
  4. Operation Katina's end date is unknown.

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  44. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #066 - Luca Wolfrum.
  45. 45.0 45.1 45.2 PS2/エースコンバット5 | BACKGROUND | 設定資料.
  46. 46.0 46.1 46.2 FOLLOW News, September 1991. Retrieved from Ace Combat 5 website -> World -> World News -> ПОСЛЕДУЙТЕ September,1991.
  47. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #080 - Eduard Seitz.
  48. 48.0 48.1 Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #098 - Florian Herzog.
  49. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #019 - Arne Babbel.
  50. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 058.
  51. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #107 - Konrad Neumann.
  52. 52.0 52.1 Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War Perfect Guide Book, page 176.
  53. ACE COMBAT ZERO -> World News -> World News 12 -> Page 02.
  54. 54.0 54.1 ACE COMBAT ZERO -> World News -> World News 12 -> Page 01.
  55. 55.0 55.1 55.2 Military Commander To Become Chief Of Staff", Usea Today: Asteroid on Collision Course With Earth!. Retrieved February 18, 2017.
  56. 56.0 56.1 56.2 56.3 56.4 56.5 56.6 Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War Perfect Guide, page 249.
  57. ACE COMBAT ZERO -> World News -> World News 18 -> Page 02.
  58. Glacial Skies, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 59.3 Cutscene 23, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  60. Annex, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  61. The Round Table, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  62. Juggernaut, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  63. Flicker of Hope, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  64. Diapason, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  65. Bastion, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  66. Merlon, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  67. Sword of Annihilation, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  68. Mayhem, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  69. Cutscene following Final Option, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  70. The Inferno, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  71. The Stage of Apocalypse, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  72. Lying in Deceit, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  73. The Final Overture, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  74. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #069 - Dominic Zubov.
  75. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #003 - Oswald Baermann.
  76. Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War Perfect Guide Book, page 184.
  77. The Talon of Ruin, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  78. The Demon of the Round Table, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  79. The Valley of Kings, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  80. Zero, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  81. 81.00 81.01 81.02 81.03 81.04 81.05 81.06 81.07 81.08 81.09 81.10 81.11 81.12 81.13 81.14 81.15 81.16 81.17 81.18 81.19 81.20 81.21 81.22 81.23 81.24 81.25 81.26 81.27 81.28 81.29 81.30 81.31 81.32 81.33 81.34 81.35 81.36 81.37 81.38 81.39 81.40 81.41 81.42 81.43 81.44 81.45 81.46 81.47 81.48 81.49 81.50 81.51 81.52 81.53 Aces At War: A History, page 136.
  82. 82.0 82.1 Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #167 - Lars Matthaus.
  83. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #156-160.
  84. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #100 - Jan Voller.
  85. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #041 - Robert Gloden.
  86. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #105 - Kristof Horn.
  87. 87.0 87.1 "FCU President Makes Announcement To Ambassadors And Their Respective Nations", Usea Today: Asteroid on Collision Course With Earth!. Retrieved February 18, 2017.
  88. 88.0 88.1 88.2 "Overseas Troops To Return Home Temporarily", Usea Today: Asteroid on Collision Course With Earth!. Retrieved February 18, 2017.
  89. "Secretary Of State Expresses Support For NMD Proposal", Usea Today: Asteroid on Collision Course With Earth!. Retrieved February 18, 2017.
  90. "New Regulation Of Cell Phones And Network Information Announced", Usea Today: Asteroid on Collision Course With Earth!. Retrieved February 18, 2017.
  91. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #109 - Etta Shultheiss.
  92. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #042 - Heinrich Koenig.
  93. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 051.
  94. Gambit, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  95. Easy Money, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  96. City on Fire, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  97. Tin Castle, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  98. Opera House, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  99. Hunting Season, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  100. Midnight Assassin, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  101. Rising High, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  102. Acid Rain, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  103. Cuckoo's Nest, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  104. Groupies, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  105. 105.0 105.1 Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation Complete Guide, page 173.
  106. Seagull, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  107. One Night Stand, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  108. Green Bird, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  109. St. Elmo's Fire, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  110. Cavalry, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  111. El Dorado, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  112. Visiting Hours, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  113. Toy Box, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  114. Final Countdown, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  115. Kingpin, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  116. Last Resort, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  117. Fighter's Honor, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy.
  118. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #055 - Ehren Ziegler.
  119. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #136 - Amy Pitt.
  120. 120.0 120.1 120.2 120.3 Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies - Perfect Guide, page 007.
  121. 121.0 121.1 121.2 121.3 GAZE: Arkbird Declaration Summit 2008.
  122. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 057.
  123. Background music during Target Sweeper ("Megafloat"), Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  124. 124.0 124.1 124.2 124.3 124.4 124.5 124.6 124.7 124.8 The Emmerian Chronicle (February 5 2014).
  125. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 056.
  126. 126.0 126.1 GAZE: War?.
  127. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #148 - Andrew Barry.
  128. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 039.
  129. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 187.
  130. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #038 - Albrecht Klos.
  131. Ace Combat Zero Assault Records, #139 - Gregory Brown.
  132. 132.0 132.1 132.2 Cutscene 21, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  133. 133.00 133.01 133.02 133.03 133.04 133.05 133.06 133.07 133.08 133.09 133.10 133.11 133.12 133.13 133.14 133.15 133.16 133.17 133.18 133.19 133.20 133.21 Aces At War: A History, page 137.
  134. Sitting Duck, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  135. Imminent Threat, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  136. The Northern Eye, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  137. 137.0 137.1 Blockade, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  138. Lifeline, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  139. Invincible Fleet, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  140. Deep Strike, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  141. Shattered Skies, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  142. Operation Bunker Shot, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  143. Tango Line, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  144. Escort, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  145. Stonehenge Offensive, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  146. 146.0 146.1 Safe Return, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  147. 147.0 147.1 147.2 Megalith, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  148. Breaking Arrows, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  149. Emancipation, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  150. Whiskey Corridor, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  151. Cutscene 07S - "A Man Who Lived for Battle 1", Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  152. 152.0 152.1 Cutscene 17 - "A Brother in Arms 3", Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War.
  153. Siege of Farbanti, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  154. Hasegawa 1/72 "Su-33 Flanker D ACE COMBAT Yellow 13" (plastic model) description.
  155. ACE COMBAT 5 -> World -> World News -> ISAF Bulletin, September 2006.
  156. 156.0 156.1 Arcade Mode, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  157. 157.0 157.1 157.2 157.3 157.4 157.5 Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation Complete Guide, page 171.
  158. Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War Perfect Guide, page 251.
  159. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 053.
  160. Cutscene 02, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  161. Shorebirds, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  162. 162.0 162.1 Open War, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  163. Narrow Margin, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  164. First Flight, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  165. Rendezvous, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  166. Cutscene 07, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  167. White Bird (Part I), Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  168. Front Line, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  169. 169.0 169.1 Handful of Hope, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  170. 170.0 170.1 Ancient Walls, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  171. Cutscene 10, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  172. Lit Fuse, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  173. 173.0 173.1 Blind Spot, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  174. Chain Reaction, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  175. Reprisal, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  176. Powder Keg, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  177. Four Horsemen, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  178. Demons of Razgriz, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  179. Ice Cage, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  180. White Noise, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  181. Desert Arrow, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  182. Desert Lightning, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  183. Journey Home, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  184. 184.0 184.1 Fortress, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  185. 8492, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  186. Final Option, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  187. Cutscene 20, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  188. Solitaire, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  189. Closure, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  190. Ghosts of Razgriz, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  191. White Bird (Part II), Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  192. Heartbreak One, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  193. Cutscene 22, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  194. 194.0 194.1 194.2 Cutscene 26, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  195. Sea of Chaos, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  196. 196.0 196.1 ACES, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  197. Cutscene 25, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  198. Cutscene 27, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  199. The Unsung War, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  200. Aces At War: A History, page 008.
  201. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 055.
  202. 202.0 202.1 202.2 Cutscene 29, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
  203. Invasion of Gracemeria, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  204. Campaign -> Gallery -> Scene Viewer -> Scene 3, "Grounded Hawk", Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  205. Vitoze Aerial Defense, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  206. Sipli Field, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  207. Bartolomeo Fortress, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  208. Campaign -> Gallery -> Scene Viewer -> Scene 6, "Ulterior Motives", Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  209. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 047.
  210. 210.0 210.1 Anea Landing, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  211. Siege on Silvat, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  212. Selumna Peak, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  213. San Loma Assault, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  214. Heavy Command Cruiser, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  215. Campaign -> Gallery -> Scene Viewer -> Scene 11, "Changing of the Guard", Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  216. Ragno Fortress, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  217. The Moloch Desert, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  218. 218.0 218.1 Campaign -> Gallery -> Scene Viewer -> Scene 13, "Trapped", Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  219. Weapons of Mass Destruction, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  220. Campaign -> Gallery -> Scene Viewer -> Scene 14, "A Light in the Dark", Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  221. The Liberation of Gracemeria, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  222. Campaign -> Gallery -> Scene Viewer -> Scene 15, "Reunion", Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  223. Gracemeria Patrol, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  224. Campaign -> Gallery -> Scene Viewer -> Scene 16, "Resolve", Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  225. Chandelier, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  226. 226.0 226.1 Campaign -> Gallery -> Scene Viewer -> Scene 17, "A Brand New Day", Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation.
  227. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 049.
  228. Cutscene 01, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  229. Briefing, Skies of incursion, Ace Combat Xi: Skies of Incursion.
  230. Skies of incursion, Ace Combat Xi: Skies of Incursion.
  231. Fort, Ace Combat Xi: Skies of Incursion.
  232. Threat in back, Ace Combat Xi: Skies of Incursion.
  233. Pressure, Ace Combat Xi: Skies of Incursion.
  234. Survive, Ace Combat Xi: Skies of Incursion.
  235. Interception, Ace Combat Xi: Skies of Incursion.
  236. Resistance, Ace Combat Xi: Skies of Incursion.
  237. 237.0 237.1 Flames of AX, Ace Combat Xi: Skies of Incursion.
  238. Skies of Deception, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  239. Out of the Fire, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  240. Prelude, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  241. Last Line of Defense, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  242. Rolling Thunder, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  243. Ice Bound, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  244. Standoff in the Skies II, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  245. Striking Point, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  246. Joint Operation, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  247. A Diversion, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  248. In Pursuit I, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  249. Wild Card, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  250. Fire Storm, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  251. Armada, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  252. 252.0 252.1 End of Deception II, Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception.
  253. 253.0 253.1 Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 045.
  254. 254.00 254.01 254.02 254.03 254.04 254.05 254.06 254.07 254.08 254.09 254.10 254.11 254.12 254.13 Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 037.
  255. 255.0 255.1 255.2 Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 041.
  256. Cutscene at the start of Archnemesis, Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere.
  257. 257.0 257.1 257.2 Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 186.
  258. Cutscene prior to No Clearance, Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere.
  259. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named AC3-WorldView-021
  260. 260.0 260.1 260.2 260.3 Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 036.
  261. Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 034.
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