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OFS Barbett is another OMDF Nimitz-class Aircraft Carrier and OFS Kestrel's third sister ship.
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==Battle of the Ceres Ocean and destruction==
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At Ceres Ocean, the OFS Kestrel battle group encounter the Admiral Tsanev Fleet is blocking their path while began journey to Yuktobania. The Prime Minister is calling out the Admiral Tsanev Fleet to regain peace between the two nations. After hearing the plans, The Admiral Tsanev's captain could not make peace and find out the Prime Minister is sided with Osean Federation and order his fleet to destroy the OFS Kestrel with the Prime Minister on board and her battle group. The YNS Pitomnik's captain refused to do so and order the commander to stand down. The captain orders his fleet to destroy the Pitomnik, which the two ships do so. After shocking about the Pitomnik's destruction, the Gumrak, Chuda and Dub (the Yuktobanian destroyers) refused to follow the fleet commander and defect to the OFS Kestrel battle group. Captain Andersen order his crew to launch the Razgriz to protect three Yuktobanian destroyers and the battle group is attacking the Admiral Tsanev Fleet. After halfway of the battle, an Osean battle group lead by OFS Barbett (another OMDF aircraft carrier and OFS Kestrel's third sister ship) detected upon the battle. The OFS Barbett's captain believed the OFS Kestrel battle group is sided with the Yukes and calling them as traitors and didn't know the OFS Kestrel battle group was operating under President Vincent Harling's command. The rogue Osean battle group is enter firing range at OFS Kestrel battle group and three defector ships and the Ghosts of Razgriz sunk the rogue Osean battle group and shoot down all Yuktobanian and Osean fighters.
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| name = OFS ''Barbet''
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| image = [[File:Barbett.jpg]]
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| leader = Unknown captain
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| partof = [[Osean Maritime Defense Force]]
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| members = Various crew members<br>Unknown carrier air wing
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| deployment = [[Circum-Pacific War]]
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| equipment = [[Aircraft carrier|''Hubert''-class aircraft carrier]]
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}}
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The '''OFS ''Barbet''''' was an [[Osea]]n [[Aircraft carrier|''Hubert''-class aircraft carrier]] that served during the [[Circum-Pacific War]]. She was sunk by [[Razgriz Squadron]] in late December 2010 during an engagement with the [[Kestrel Fleet|''Kestrel'' Fleet]].
   
==OFS Barbett battle group==
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==History==
Flagship:Nimitz-class aircraft carrier:OFS Barbett
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{{Main|Operation Glory Horn}}
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The ''Barbet'' was constructed sometime before 2010. She was one of at least seven ''Hubert''-class aircraft carriers commissioned by the [[Osean Maritime Defense Force]],{{Ref|NamcoCS|[http://www.bandainamcogames.co.jp/cs/list/acecombat5/back_ground/background_establish.php PS2/エースコンバット5 &#124; BACKGROUND &#124; 設定資料]. Retrieved February 28, 2015.}} making her a sister ship of the [[OFS Kestrel|OFS ''Kestrel'']]. The ''Barbet''{{'}}s battle record prior to the [[Circum-Pacific War]], however, remains unknown.
   
One Ticonderoga-class cruiser:OFS Halcyon
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On December 29, 2010, the ''Barbet'' and her accompanying fleet were sailing through the northern [[Ceres Ocean]] when it detected a large number of [[Yuktobanian Navy|Yuktobanian warships]] on radar. It soon became obvious that the Yuktobanian armada had engaged another Osean fleet, which included the ''Kestrel''. As the ''Barbet'' and her fleet approached, it began eavesdropping on the ''Kestrel''{{'}}s communications and discovered that the ''Kestrel'' had joined forces with several Yuktobanian warships. At approximately 1726hrs, the ''Barbet'' received a communique from the ''Kestrel'' requesting assistance.{{Ref|AC5-M26|[[Sea of Chaos]], ''[[Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War]]''.}}
   
One Hatakaze-class destroyer:OFS Chivalry
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However, the ''Barbet'' and her fleet—whose nationalist sympathies remained unwavering—deemed the ''Kestrel'' and its fleet to be traitors for allying themselves with the enemy, and proceeded to open fire on their countrymen. The ''Barbet'' was subsequently sunk by [[Razgriz Squadron]].{{Refcall|AC5-M26}}
   
One Cassard-class frigate:OFS Lolite
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{{Reflist}}
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[[Category:Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War]]
Two OMDF Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates
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[[Category:Aircraft carriers]]
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[[Category:Naval Ships]]
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[[Category:Osean Maritime Defense Force]]

Latest revision as of 09:08, January 30, 2017

The OFS Barbet was an Osean Hubert-class aircraft carrier that served during the Circum-Pacific War. She was sunk by Razgriz Squadron in late December 2010 during an engagement with the Kestrel Fleet.

HistoryEdit

The Barbet was constructed sometime before 2010. She was one of at least seven Hubert-class aircraft carriers commissioned by the Osean Maritime Defense Force,[1] making her a sister ship of the OFS Kestrel. The Barbet's battle record prior to the Circum-Pacific War, however, remains unknown.

On December 29, 2010, the Barbet and her accompanying fleet were sailing through the northern Ceres Ocean when it detected a large number of Yuktobanian warships on radar. It soon became obvious that the Yuktobanian armada had engaged another Osean fleet, which included the Kestrel. As the Barbet and her fleet approached, it began eavesdropping on the Kestrel's communications and discovered that the Kestrel had joined forces with several Yuktobanian warships. At approximately 1726hrs, the Barbet received a communique from the Kestrel requesting assistance.[2]

However, the Barbet and her fleet—whose nationalist sympathies remained unwavering—deemed the Kestrel and its fleet to be traitors for allying themselves with the enemy, and proceeded to open fire on their countrymen. The Barbet was subsequently sunk by Razgriz Squadron.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. PS2/エースコンバット5 | BACKGROUND | 設定資料. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Sea of Chaos, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
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