Biography: Roger is among the runts of the unit, although
older. He is quite short, only about 5'6", a fact often lorded over him
by the other pilots, his string of mediocre retorts make up his
callsign. Tracy is a blonde woman, of his height.
Somewhat plump, she remains in decent shape, and can pilot an aircraft
better than her husband.
History: AA hard-working couple from Oklahoma, they joined when
their state allowed itself to be annexed by Texas. A
hard-working couple from Tulsa, he was working in a fiberglass plant,
while she worked at a bank. Her father was a used car and plane
salesman, so Trina had minor pilot skills, and after marrying, Rodney
took courses as well.
When Texas forces marched into Tulsa, and word was recieved that the
Governer was welcoming them, they packed as many possessions as they
could into a old cargo aircraft, peeling out for Free Colorado.
When they arrived they sold off most of it for a pair of Brigands. For
the first year they hired onto a small band that made raids into
Texas. After the entire band except them was shot down by a
Air Ranger squadron, they joined up with the Montana Raiders as they
came through Colorado.
Since then they have become a fighting pair, working together in the
air, and bickering nearly half of the time on the ground, nonetheless a
deadly pair of pilots.
Skills: Roger, Lead:4-2-6-5-5-2
Planes: Both fly Fairchild F6II Brigands, Tracy an
unmodified stock model. Her noseart is of a farmgirl riding a pig
entitled "Low rider".
Roger flies a custom model. He replaced the inner wing-mounted
.50's with two .40 calibers, and installed a pair of .40's in the rear
turrent. Upgrading his rear defence at minor cost to forward
firepower. His noseart consists of a backwards mounted
horse and rider named "Clueless in the saddle again".
both are competant with firearms, neither are overly interested.
Roger carries a S&W .45ACP revolver while Tracy carries a smaller
S&W in .38 special.
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