Tango Company
Tango Company-Geonosis2


Notable member(s):
  • Geonosis
  • TB-73
  • Ord Cestus Medical Station
Main soldiers:

Clone troopers


Clone Wars


Tango Company was a company of clone troopers who served during the Clone Wars. They were identified by a pale shade of blue and had a unique symbol which appeared to derive from tropical jungles.


Around 22 BBY, the Tango Company was sent to fight in the Second Battle of Geonosis. After the battle, they slept outside their transport. While sleeping, Scythe was infected by a brain worm controlled by the Geonosian hive queen that had found its way to the surface. Undetected, Tango Company boarded a Pelta-class frigate and traveled towards the Ord Cestus medical station, where they had to run a medical errand. While flying, Scythe infected the other clones, but was unsuccessful with infecting the two Jedi Padawans traveling with them. Ahsoka Tano and Barriss Offee escaped their grasp, until Offee was cornered and forced to take in the brain worm.

With a Jedi at their side, Tango Company hunted down the last Padawan and killed the pilots, taking control of the ship. Before taken down, Ahsoka Tano contacted Jedi Master Kit Fisto on the station, informing him of her troubles. He told her to make the ship cold, and it would paralyze the brain worms. She did what he said, and the brain worms started to die down. Just as they got to the station, all the members, save for Trap who was killed, on board were knocked unconscious. They woke up in the station without any brain worms and back to original form.

Armor and Equipment Edit

The troopers of Tango Company possessed Phase I clone trooper armor, with the same aqua colored markings. The weapons the company varied between DC-15S blaster carbines and DC-15A blaster rifles. The Company also wielded backpacks, which Scythe used to carry the parasites, after becoming infected, aboard TB-73.

Notable membersEdit


  • CW Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Brain Worm"

Timeline Edit

21 BBY
Second Battle of Geonosis
Skirmish aboard TB-73