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|Unidentified clone trooper pilot (Ringo Vinda)|
c. 32 BBY
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- "Mayday, mayday! The enemy cut us off. They must've circled around behind us. We're being overwhelmed. Ahh!"
- ―This pilot's last words as buzz droids destroy his ship's cockpit
In 19 BBY, the Republic were engaged with the Confederacy of Independent systems in a battle for the planet Ringo Vinda. In the middle of the battle, a clone trooper from the 501st Legion named Tup shot his Jedi general in the head. He was taken back to base, where he was questioned for his actions, but he seemed not to understand. The troopers with him decided that he needed to be transported to Kamino for a full examination.
Tup was carried to a Nu-class medical shuttle with several guards. They left the Republic armada to head for Kamino. However, as this unidentified pilot was about to make the jump to hyperspace, his copilot informed him that a ship was approaching, and they aborted the jump. The ship was a Separatist HMP, and it launched several missiles, destroying two of the four ARC-170 escorts for the medical shuttle. However, the shuttle itself was soon hit, and it was left defenseless as super battle droids with rocket packs picked off the pilots of the two remaining starfighters.
The HMP droid gunship launched a buzz droids missile, and buzz droids clung onto the cockpit. Although the pilot and his copilot struggled for control, a buzz droid drilled a hole in the windshield, and the vacuum of space sucked the copilot out. The unidentified pilot tried to stay in, but his helmet was sucked off, and his body was soon vacuumed out. The droids proceeded to attack the shuttle.
Armor and EquipmentEdit
This unidentified pilot wore Phase II armor which was painted with gray blotches. He had a life support pack and wore a fully-enclosed helmet. His visor was outlined in gray, and had two red stripes leading down to a yellow-colored main plate.