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The Symbol of the Resistance (Inspired by the Rebel Alliance) - By: swmand4

At the end of the Galactic Civil War, the Galactic Empire suffered their final defeat against the New Republic at the Battle of Jakku. The Empire then signed a treaty with the Republic called the Galactic Concordance, a document which mandated that they keep the peace with the Republic and remain inside predetermined borders within the Core Worlds and the Inner Rim. After the signing of the treaty, the Imperial fleet fled into the Unknown Regions, where they quietly reorganized into the First Order from the ashes of their fallen Empire. Meanwhile, the Republic carried out the demilitarization of the New Republic fleet, cutting down on much of their military strength in the interest of pursuing peace and preventing a galactic war from ever occurring again. Princess Leia Organa, who had served the rebellion as one of its leaders during the war, strongly argued against the demilitarization policies and said that the Republic could not trust that the Empire would honor the peace. She urged the New Republic to take the threat of the First Order seriously once it arose, but was considered a warmonger. Leia who had once been an influential member of the Senate, lost almost all credibility with the organization and was forced to resign after it became public knowledge that her biological father was Darth Vader.

Along with the few remaining allies she could trust, such as Gial Ackbar and Joph Seastriker, she formed the Resistance. To be a check on the designs of the First Order, Organa formed the Resistance with a base on D'Qar, an outpost originally intended to serve as a Rebel Alliance base during the Galactic Civil War. The Resistance was a splinter group from the Republic's military and operated independently of the Republic chain of command. The New Republic quietly tolerated Organa's activities, as she pursued evidence that the First Order was violating the Galactic Concordance, while some members of the Galactic Senate secretly supported her actions with their funding and sympathies. The Resistance went into combat against the First Order on a few occasions and even rooted out Senators who were sympathetic to the First Order's cause.

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Resistance Starfighter Corps Edit

The Resistance Starfighter Corps served as the organizations primary means of naval space attack and defense, with capital ships nearly impossible to acquire following New Republic demilitarization efforts. As a result, the Resistance had few capital ships. The Starfighter Corps combat missions typically broke the squadron into paired fighter elements, consisting of a lead and a wingman. The youngest and brightest of the Resistance navy typically filled out the ranks of the Starfighter Corps, with many of them recruited from local planetary defense forces. With a tendency to be high in spirits, idealistic and closely-knit together, these pilots were both proud of their service and eager for action. Despite this, veteran pilots such as Commander Poe Dameron and Nien Nunb flew as part of the Corps, bringing years of tactical experience to both inspire and train the next generation of pilots.

Resistance Starfighter Corps Edit

The Starfighter Corps was the Resistance's primary means of aerospace attack and defense. During the galactic conflict approximately thirty years after the Battle of Endor, the Corps most notably engaged with the forces of the First Order during the Battle on Takodana and later the Assault on Starkiller Base.

Black Squadron Edit

Black Squadron was a Resistance starfighter squadron that was led by Commander Poe Dameron 30 years after the Battle of Endor.

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Blue Squadron Edit

Blue Squadron was a starfighter squadron in the Resistance active several decades after the Battle of Endor. It served as the primary line of defense for the Resistance base on D'Qar, and most notably participated in the Assault on Starkiller Base along with it and Red Sqadron's leader Poe Dameron.

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Coalstreak Squadron Edit

Coalstreak Squadron was a starfighter squadron formed prior to the Assault on Starkiller Base. Resistance pilot Nien Nunb wore Coalstreak Squadron stripes on his helmet when he flew under Red Squadron.

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Cobalt Squadron Edit

Cobalt Squadron was a T-70 X-wing fighter unit within the Resistance. Ello Asty was a pilot in the squadron before joining Blue Squadron. Asty wore the unit's insignia on his helmet.

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  • Ello Asty †

Dagger Squadron Edit

Dagger Squadron was a starfighter squadron in the Resistance. It was active several decades after the Battle of Endor. It was led by Captain Iolo Arana.

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Rapier Squadron Edit

Rapier Squadron was a T-85 X-wing starfighter squadron that served as part of the New Republic's starfleet. The squadron was led by Commander Poe Dameron. The four-member squadron was assigned to patrol the Mirrin sector and protect its trade lanes from the Hutts, the Guavian Death Gang, and Kanjiklub. Following the Skirmish in OR-Kappa-2722, Rapier Squadron transferred to the Resistance and was based on the refitted MC80 star cruiser Echo of Hope.

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Red Squadron Edit

Red Squadron was a starfighter squadron in the Resistance active several decades after the Battle of Endor. Serving as support for Blue Squadron, it along with both Blue and Red Squadron's leader Poe Dameron participated in the Assault on Starkiller Base.

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  • Tabala Zo

New Jedi Order Edit

The Resistance was responsible for locating the map that led to Luke Skywalker and from the point of his return have worked with the Jedi to recreate the Order to bring peace to the galaxy. Some members of the New Jedi Order have started as Resistance members, which include:

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Resistance’s Ground Logistics Division Edit

Resistance Droid Network Edit

The Resistance Droid Network was a group of droids across the galaxy used to perform various tasks for the Resistance such as spying, performing maintenance, or analyzing data. The network was run by the veteran protocol droid of the Galactic Civil War and long time friend to the Resistance leadership C-3PO, and following his re-activation R2-D2 joined his counterpart in managing the droids.

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Spy Division Edit

Poe Dameron had the droids spy network look into who had placed a First Order tracking device on Black One before the Mission to Ovanis. A short while later, after failing to activate the tracking device on BB-8, C-3PO had the network look out for the droid. One of the droid spies, GA-97, located BB-8 in Maz Kanata's castle, which allowed Resistance forces to arrive there in time for the Battle on Takodana.

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Protocol Droids Edit

Protocol Droids are vital in smoothing differences encountered by the many farflung cultures interacting on a regular basis throughout the galaxy. Programmed in etiquette and equipped with formidable language skills, protocol droids assist diplomats and politicians and also serve as administrative aides and companions for high-ranking officials. They come in many shapes and sizes, but most are humanoid, like the company they keep.

Astromech Droids Edit

Astromech Droids are a series of versatile utility robots generally used for the maintenance and repair of starships and related technology. These small droids are often equipped with a variety of tool-tipped appendages that are stowed in recessed compartments. The R2 unit is a popular example of an astromech droid.

BB-Unit Edit

The BB unit was a model of astromech droid, featuring a domed head similar to the R2 series astromech droid, mounted on a spherical body. Like earlier astromechs, they could fit into the socket of a starfighter. One notable such unit was BB-8.

Medical Droids Edit

Medical droids, medi-droids, meddroids, or Emdee droids were specialized in medical and surgical operations. A classification of first-degree droid, medical droids were actually considered to be members of the larger biological science droid classification, but were typically listed separately due to their prominence.

GNK Droids Edit

The GNK power droid, also known as the Gonk droid or GNK-series power droid, was a type of well-known power droid[3] manufactured by Industrial Automaton. They were often referred to as Gonk droids in imitation of their simple vocalizations.

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Mandalorian Protectors  Edit

A group of Mandalorian warriors, the Mandalorian Protectors served the ruler of Mandalore. After the Imperial occupation of their homeworld, however, the Protectors established one of their bases on the third moon of the Concord Dawn system. this base led by Fenn Rau, and his branch of the Protectors formed an alignment with the Empire; but after Rau was captured by the rebels Kanan Jarrus and Sabine Wren, who fought with honor, the Protectors’ sympathies changed.

  • Various Members