Manfred Netzer, callsign Wuerfel, was a Belkan ace pilot of the Belkan War.[1]


On April 15, 1995, he was deployed to Route 171 to help stop an Allied Forces counterattack. Netzer was shot down and killed by the Galm Team. His remains, along with a diary addressed to his wife and child, were recovered.[1]

After the war's end, his diary was published under the name "A Letter to My Lovely Rose" and became a best-seller.[1]


  • Wuerfel (actual spelling Würfel) is the German phrase for "cube" and "dice".


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War - Assault Records #008
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