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"So we got another no returner mission. How is it we're on the list for all the tough jobs?"
"Cause we never miss, Warthog. I'll bet you drinks for ten rotations we come out of this without a scratch."
―Warthog to Tracer[src]

"Warthog" was the nickname of a clone trooper pilot from Hunter Squadron. He participated in the Battle of Gwori and the First Battle of Felucia, where he served as Plo Koon's wingman.


Battle of Gwori

The Repubic led an attack against the Shipyards of Gwori commanded by the Muun overseer, Juhm. Under the command of Plo Koon and Saesee Tiin, Warthog along with his gunner Tracer and the rest of Hunter Squadron made a risky precision hyperspace jump to get behind the blockade enabling the fighters to make a bombing run on the shipyards. The initial wave of Proton bombs was successful in destroying some frigates, but Master Plo Koon realized that there were many more vessels and that they would not have enough bombs to destroy them all. He reordered the squadron to change their targets to bring the shipyard down on itself, which was successful.

First Battle of Felucia

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Jedi Master Plo Koon led several LAAT/i gunships and their escorting squadron of V-19 Torrent starfighters to extract the Republic troops on the planet's surface. He ordering his wingman, Warthog, to protect the gunships, while General Koon initiated an attack run on the approaching Vulture droid starfighters, clearing the way for the rest of the Republic ships. Though the fighters made it past the blockade, they were pursued by a pair of droid starfighters into the atmosphere of Felucia. Warthog came under attack by the two pursuing Vulture droids, and General Koon turned around to assist the clone pilot saving his life by shooting down the Vulture droid that was on his tail.

Mission to Aleen


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"Great, it's gonna be another one of those planets."

Battle of Kadavo

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Warthog's armor used in the Battle of Kadavo

Shortly after the Battle of Kiros, Warthog once again flew with master Plo Koon in a attempt to rescue the people of Kiros, who were being held as slaves in a labour processing plant on Kadavo. Plo Koon lead a squadron of Clone Z-95 Headhunters and LAAT/i gunships while they assualted the Zygerrian base, with Warthog flying a Headhunter. HH-87 Starhoppers, combined with the gun turrets of the base soon proved difficult to take out. A pair HH-87 Starhoppers flanked the Headhunters and opened fire on them, and Warthog took a hit. Realizing his wingman was in danger, Master Koon cut his engines to let both Warthog and the enemy starfighters pass. Once behind the Starhoppers, the Jedi Master disposed of them with quick bursts of cannon fire, saving Warthog's life once again. After the gun turrets were taken out by Jedi Anakin Skywalker, Admiral Coburn and the Wolfpack aboard a Arquitens-class light cruiser rescued the people of Kiros.



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