328th Assault (Clan Wolf)
|328th Assault Cluster|
|Unit Profile (as of 3052)|
|Parent Formation||Alpha Galaxy|
|328th Royal BattleMech Division|
|Unit Profile (as of 2764)|
|Nickname||The Lion-Hearted Division|
|Parent Formation||XLVI Corps|
The Three Hundred Twenty-eighth Royal BattleMech Division was a part of the Star League Defense Force Regular Army. It was one of the SLDF's Royal units, which consisted of troops from the Terran Hegemony.
In 2764, the unit was assigned, as a part of the XLVI Corps, Nineteenth Army, of the Periphery Military Region but was moved to an undisclosed area of the Periphery to take part in the Periphery Uprising by 2765. The 328th survived the war and the Hegemony Campaign, and followed General Aleksandr Kerensky on the Exodus in 2784.
The 328th was one of the few units allowed to keep its history alive after the formation of the Clans by Nicholas Kerensky and all military assets where reorganized. They received this honor because of their unwavering support of Nicholas Kerensky. This recognition of their pre-Clan roots upset several other units who challenged the 328th to several Trials of Grievance.
The 328th was a rarity: A front-line Cluster with several Naga OmniMechs. Their presence was more of a salute to their SLDF combined arms heritage than a real combat asset however. Commanders frequently bid away the Nagas and when they actually participated in a conflict the escorting members would speed ahead of the artillery 'Mechs leaving them exposed on the battlefield.
 Composition History
- Command Nova - Star Colonel Athen Kederk
- Supernova Battle (3 Novas - Elemental Star Captain Hannibal Sradac
- Trinary Assault (3 OmniMech Stars) - Star Captain Krynos Vickers
- Binary Fighter (10 Fighters) - Star Captain Elladora Leroux
- Binary Rogue (2 OmniMech Stars) - Star Captain Fergus McKibben
- Binary Artillery (2 Stars of Nagas) - Star Captain Ortic
 Organization Structure
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 The Star League, p. 157, "Nineteenth"
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Wolf Clan Sourcebook, p. 78,
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Era Report: 3052, p. 44